The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed prolonged isolation and compounded stress, knocking us out of our equilibrium and uprooting our sense of belonging. Just ask my colleague in Melbourne, Australia who has endured 262 days of lockdown. If that weren’t enough, add the eruption of racial tensions to the mix.
As the crisis continues, the demand curve for psychological safety rockets up. Look at the Google search history on the term. This is no passing fad; interest in psychological safety as a concept is now giving way to demand for the condition. Employees now see it as a term of employment, not only in North America and Western Eu…….