Leading by Learning with Amy Edmondson

Effective communication and meaningful candor are the backbone of success for most teams, but they don’t come naturally – these skills have to be learned. In order to drive this success, leaders must create a culture of learning within their organizations. What are the tactics leaders can implement to achieve that learning culture? How can you become a leader that cultivates an environment of open feedback?

In this episode, host Gautam Mukunda speaks with Amy Edmondson, Harvard Business School’s Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management, about how and why leaders should strive to create a culture of psychological safety in the workplace.

“You’re trying to create an environment where people are able and aware to keep learning. That that’s just recognized as essential…I think we’re very much in a culture of knowing rather than a culture of learning.”

— Amy Edmondson

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