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Read the Transcript. First step: Start talking. Boris Groysberg and colleagues share advice for making these conversations meaningful. Open for comment; Comment s posted. A brush with disaster can lead to important innovations, but only if employees have the psychological safety to reflect on these close calls, says research by Amy C.