When you have a culture of respect, people are less stressed and there’s less conflict, which often translates into many positive outcomes, including greater productivity.
A culture of respect creates what experts call “psychological safety.” Simply put, it is being able to show your full self and share your ideas without fear of negative consequences.
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- You need to role model respect. Listen first, then ask questions before jumping in.
- Beware of how you communicate in email. Tone can be misinterpreted.
- Make it a team effort by encouraging everyone to co-create and abide by shared norms.
- Use your meetings practice respectful behavior e.g. no more interrupting, include all voices, etc.
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