An Introduction to Psychological Safety by Amy Edmondson
We are excited to announce the launch of Psychological Safety at Work — a video discussion with Harvard professor (and Starling Advisor) Amy Edmondson on the origins of Psychological Safety as a field of research, how it affects organizational success, and what leaders can do to cultivate it.
No Room for Complacency on Culture
Late last year, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) rolled out a risk culture survey to 18 regulated institutions after a successful risk culture survey pilot in early 2021.
Presentation on Starling's Top Takeaways to the 2022
In September 2022, Starling Founder & CEO Stephen Scott was invited to present at the "Online Course on Evaluation of Culture and Conduct Risk, which was hosted by the South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre and the Deutsche Bundesbank.
Wells Fargo Faces Diversity Hiring Probe
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) are investigating Wells Fargo’s diversity hiring practices after an explosive article from The New York Times alleged that the bank held fake interviews with “diverse” candidates.
How Behavior Spreads
Managing culture and conduct effectively requires a deep understanding of the science behind how behavior spreads across networks and entire organizations.
Explore Psychological Safety
We bring you a collection of articles, videos, and related content on the topic of Psychological Safety. Psychological Safety is a phenomenon first described by Amy Edmondson of Harvard University and has since been embraced by the banking industry.