Underlying mechanisms

6. Underlying mechanisms

Psychological safety

Psychological safety is when people feel safe taking interpersonal risks, such as admitting errors, asking for help, or sharing ideas and opinions, without the fear of humiliation, rejection, or punishment

Meaning & Impact

Finding one’s tasks imporant, both for oneself and for the team’s work, is important for boosting motivation, engagement, and perseverance over time

Structure & Clarity

Structure & clarity specifies the functions that people must undertake in order to complete the task (knowing who will do what, how, when, and with whom)


Dependability entails being trustworthy and well-organised, and it is required for trusting one another and following through on commitments

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