According to McGill University’s Professor Patricia Faison Hewlin, today’s socio-political climate has placed diversity and inclusion at the forefront, revealing the depth to which psychological safety has been absent in many workplaces. As a result, many employees, especially those from traditionally marginalized groups, are experiencing the adverse effects of repressing their authentic selves at work on a regular basis. How can organizational leaders foster meaningful change to overcome this challenge?
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