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The Fearless Organization Scan

Reinvent with Psychological Safety



Harvard Business School Professor Amy Edmondson described psychological safety as “a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes.” Edmondson’s research showed that organizational performance is closely tied to levels of psychological safety. Google’s two-year study, Project Aristotle, confirmed psychological safety as the most important component and the foundation of the other factors that drive high performance – at the individual, team, and organizational levels.


What Will Psychological Safety Mean for Your Organization?

  • Creativity and Innovation

  • Collaboration and Support

  • Career Meaning for Employees

  • Transparent Communication

  • Committed and Motivated Employees

  • Engaged and Inquisitive Discussions


Learn the psychological safety level of your team or organization with the Fearless Organizational Scan. In under five minutes, employees provide anonymous feedback that unlocks four axes of valuable information. From there, work with a certified Psychological Safety Practitioner to set a path forward.

Why We Like the Fearless Organization Scan

All companies want to be creative and innovative; all companies want engaged and motivated employees. Few organizations know how to make these desires a reality. Assessing your organization’s level of psychological safety is key to unlocking your greatest potential. The path to achievement is not complicated and is customized to fit your organization. The process allows for flexibility and patience with identified growth opportunities. 


Quick Learning:

  Psychological Safety Defined                 Psychological Safety and                       Psychological Safety and

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