Brave Spaces or Safe Spaces to Support (un)Learning?
Safe Spaces. Seems people support or deride them. But what purpose do they serve, and for whom?
Generally, safe spaces offer sanctuary from risk, injury, and adversity—often resulting in polite spaces that avoid controversy and contradiction.
In some academic settings, safe spaces provide important refuge for isolated groups during significant learning years.
In business, however—where the notion of power must be mitigated and navigated—we require brave spaces, and for a very different reason.
The Perfect Team
Google spent two years investigating what makes a team successful.
Google’s initial hypothesis suggested that building the best possible team means simply compiling the DOWNLOAD PDF