Why Workplaces Should Be A Place of Self-ExpressionDec 09, 2022
Imagine a workplace where you experience work as an opportunity to thrive vs. a burden to survive.
Instead of performing our jobs with a dreaded sense of duty or a fear of getting in trouble with the boss, we can be intentional in creating cultures of psychological safety.
In such cultures, everyone is supported in being vulnerable and courageous in speaking openly and honestly about their feelings and beliefs, providing a radical sense of inclusivity and belonging for everyone.
In a Possibility Partners workplace, the hierarchy is an important structure for getting things done efficiently, but carries no significance relative to anyone’s status, privilege, or deference.
In this culture we are liberated to authentically express ourselves vs. proving ourselves, resulting in greater creativity, innovation, and relatedness across the organization.
Glennon Doyle says it best in her book, Untamed, “How can we begin living from our imagination instead of our indoctrination?”