High psychological safety means that teammates feel safe to take risks around their team members without embarrassment or punishment from anyone in the team” re: Work, 2016. For example, employees would not feel oblivious or intimidated to provide their input to the team. Employees would feel confident enough so that no other teammate would criticize them for asking a question, putting a new idea on the table, or admitting a mistake. The results of Project Aristotle meant that an effective team was not really about who was on the team, but more about how the team worked together. Google’s first employee said, “In the beginning of the company, there were some people who we refused to hire. They may have been technologically qualified but they did not have the personality to work with us” National Geographic, 2012.