Together, these two team traits fall under the concept of psychological safety, which Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson defines as “a shared belief held by members of a team that the team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking.’’ In other words, each individual team member feels he or she has a voice and can express it without reservation or fear of being embarrassed, rejected, or punished by the team. Teams depend on trust and mutual respect. Each team member feels ok being vulnerable.
(I remember a this american life where they did a study on groups and I group with the diplomats son did best. gotta find it to connect. )
Puzder was inspired by a visit to Eatsa, the futuristic San Francisco-born restaurant where patrons order via tablet and retrieve their food from automated cubbies. He believes the idea of a restaurant free of social interaction could be especially appealing to millennials, noting that young people seem particularly fond of ordering from kiosks over humans.
do people leave you with more or less energy?