Megan Reitz, professor of leadership and dialogue at Ashridge Executive Education at Hult Business School, teaches leaders how to foster a psychologically safe work environment where employees feel it is safe to speak up without fear of retribution. An executive coach, researcher and author of the powerful book “Speak Up: Say What Needs to be Said and Hear What Needs to be Heard,” Reitz says giving employees a voice is one of the best ways to find out what’s working and not working in your organization. She helps leaders develop an awareness of their “conversational habits” so they can spot how and when they (often inadvertently) silence others. By creating a culture where employees feel they can openly share ideas and concerns, leaders get a clearer view of what’s really happening in their organizations – including potentially damaging issues that may be hidden due to employee fear of speaking up – and build more collaborative, innovative teams.
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