ENTREPRENEURSHIP | Room 140-141
When leaders truly listen and embrace difference, people step up. In a speak-up culture, people feel it is both psychologically safe and worth it to share their ideas, feedback, concerns, disagreements, and mistakes with a belief it will lead to improvement and not punishment. This panel discussion will unpack how creating such an environment is the responsibility and the advantage of leaders at every level who want to be great at leading, and who want to create a better version of humanity while they do it. The bottom line, for everyone, is that organizations with speak-up cultures are safer, more innovative, more engaged, and better-performing than their peers.