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Dimensions of psychological safety within your organisation
In this section 'customer' refers to external people or organisations that your organisation serves and 'supplier' refers to external people or organisations that your organisation relies on to deliver its services or products

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* 3. Be your authentic self
Effects of fear: unhappiness, social friction
Indicators of a lack of fear: trusted relationships

  Never Sometimes Often Always N/A
Are you afraid to be yourself amongst your peers?
Are you afraid to be yourself amongst your superiors?
Are you afraid to be yourself amongst customers?
Are you afraid to be yourself amongst suppliers?

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* 4. Take risks
Effects of fear: inability to learn
Indicators of a lack of fear: freedom to explore new approaches

  Never Sometimes Often Always N/A
Are you afraid to take risks and openly discuss risks with your peers?
Are you afraid to take risks and openly discuss risks with your superiors?
Are you afraid to take risks and openly discuss risks with customers?
Are you afraid to take risks and openly discuss risks with suppliers?

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* 5. Make mistakes
Effects of fear: oversimplified perspectives on reality, misrepresentation of results
Indicators of a lack of fear: freedom to learn about the limits of applicability of established approaches

  Never Sometimes Often Always N/A
Are you afraid to make mistakes and share lessons with your peers?
Are you afraid to make mistakes and share lessons with your superiors?
Are you afraid to make mistakes and share lessons with customers?
Are you afraid to make mistakes and share lessons with suppliers?

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* 6. Raise problems
Effects of fear: recurring and cascading problems
Indicators of a lack of fear: encouragement to investigate root causes of problems

  Never Sometimes Often Always N/A
Are you afraid to raise problems amongst your peers?
Are you afraid to raise problems amongst your superiors?
Are you afraid to raise problems amongst customers?
Are you afraid to raise problems amongst suppliers?

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* 7. Ask questions
Effects of fear: spurious complexity
Indicators of a lack of fear: encouragement to minimise spurious complexity

  Never Sometimes Often Always N/A
Are you afraid to ask questions amongst your peers?
Are you afraid to ask questions amongst your superiors?
Are you afraid to ask questions amongst customers?
Are you afraid to ask questions amongst suppliers?

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* 8. Disagree
Effects of fear: social groupthink and resulting recurring or cascading problems
Indicators of a lack of fear: appreciation of creativity

  Never Sometimes Often Always N/A
Are you afraid to disagree with your peers?
Are you afraid to disagree with your superiors?
Are you afraid to disagree with customers?
Are you afraid to disagree with suppliers?

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* 9. Avoid sensory overload
Effects of overload: stress, irritability, inability to process information, meltdown, shutdown
Indicators of a lack of overload: ability to hyper-focus, flow

  Never Sometimes Often Always N/A
Are you exposed to overwhelming or distracting conversations, sounds, or noises?
Are you exposed to overwhelming or distracting lights, contrasts, or visual patterns?
Are you exposed to overwhelming or distracting smells or tastes?
Are you exposed to overwhelming or distracting air draughts, hot or cold temperatures, or surface textures?
Are you exposed to overwhelming or distracting constraints (desk/screen that is too small, too little space to move)?

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