There’s a trend in the corporate world where it’s easier to point others or blame circumstances when it comes to talking about our challenges. Admitting mistakes openly with colleagues or managers is not a common practice, mainly because of the fear of being criticized, blamed or even fired.
This collective behaviour, known as Psychological Danger, translates into a lack of failure culture, a culture afraid of trying, where transparent, healthy and efficient communication don’t usually succeed. In consequence, the health of the working environment is hugely affected, limiting creativity and innovation.
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