The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety

Date of Event:   June 1, 2021

Time of Event: EVENT FINISHED - Watch Recording

Event Duration: 60 Minutes

Tags:  Recorded Live Event


About this Event

Fear has a profoundly negative impact on engagement, learning efficacy, productivity, and innovation, but until now there has been a lack of practical information on how to make employees feel safe about speaking up and contributing.

Psychological safety is a condition in which human beings feel:

  1. Included;
  2. Safe to learn;
  3. Safe to contribute; and
  4. Safe to challenge the status quo.

All without fear of being embarrassed, marginalized, or punished in some way.

In this Live Event, Dr Tim Clark, a social scientist and an organisational consultant, provides a framework to move people through successive stages of psychological safety.

We are going to explore the 4 Stages of Psychological Safety and discuss in depth inclusion safety, learner safety, contributor safety and challenger safety.

How do these all fit together and provide a blueprint for how any leader can build positive, supportive, and encouraging cultures and in any setting?