Business success is often built on great ideas. Unfortunately, 85 percent of United States workers describe being afraid to share their ideas, which means many great ones may go unheard.1

Don’t miss out on advice that could have given your business a competitive advantage. You can encourage employees to express themselves and participate in collaborative brainstorming and problem-solving by making your work environment more inclusive.

A key identifying feature of a truly inclusive culture is an abundance of psychological safety. Leading by example is the most effective way to help employees feel psychologically safe, but you may need to go further. Download our guidebook for the three best practices for promoting inclusion in the workplace.

¹ Journal of Management Studies, An Exploratory Study of Employee Silence: Issues that Employees Don’t Communicate Upward and Why, 2003