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Episode 124: Carolyn McSweeny Grant on benchmarking psychological safety in the boardroom

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Today on the Take on Board podcast, I speak with Carolyn Grant about psychological safety in the boardroom and it relates to decision-making.

Carolyn is an advisory board member to Civic Ledger, Samford Support Network and Cerge Pty Ltd.

She is an advisor, author and creator of tools and frameworks founded in neuroscience, to provide evidence based insights, to improve the quality of our decisions and the implementation of them in organisations.

Carolyn is the author of a whitepaper called Boardroom Psychological Safety Benchmark. She’s also the author of a book called Legacy Leadership: The emergence of a new leadership model after more than a decade of crisis.

Carolyn’s research has explored:

  • The value in emotional engagement in customer interactions.
  • The psychological safety of boards and its effect on decision-making. 

Passionate about identifying emerging best practices and helping organisations master them, Carolyn has designed a ‘Best Practice People+Science © Communications Framework’ and the ‘People+Science Psychological Safety Assessment Too’l for boards and organisations.

Headshot of Carolyn Grant.

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