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The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety™ Team Survey
How do you Measure Psychological Safety?
The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety™ is a framework to measure and improve Psychological Safety. Psychological safety is a social condition in which you 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. All teams register some level of psychological safety. That level is based on a combination of two factors: (1) respect and (2) permission to participate as perceived by the members of the team. Not surprisingly, psychological safety is a dynamic and delicate variable that is hard to build and easy to destroy.
Start measuring your teams level of Psychological Safety and learn to improve it.
Get Personalized Recommendations for Improvement
The survey results will point to key team factors you can improve in order to increase psychological safety in your team. We have provided 120+ practical exercises in our behavior guide to help improve in the 4 Stages Framework.
Retake the 4 Stages Team Survey After 60-90 Days to Track Progress.
The survey results will point to key organizational factors you can improve in order to increase psychological safety in your team. After a period of intentional effort and improvement it's time to measure those results.
Each survey participant will have the opportunity to take the survey a second time at no cost for you to track improvement over time.