The 4 Stages™ Team Survey

Measure Psychological Safety Across The 4 Stages™

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Why the Team Survey?

Psychological safety is defined as a culture of rewarded vulnerability.

There’s no other organizational survey in the world that will give you insight into your organization’s pockets of rewarded and punished vulnerability than The 4 Stages™ Team Survey. Any other survey that tries to account for psychological safety will fail to give you a concrete plan for action and will leave you wondering what’s next.

The 4 Stages™ Team Survey helps organizations:

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Measure cultural impact by team.

How do individual managers affect the level of psychological safety on their teams? What level of impact do their actions have on their team’s performance? With the 4 Stages™ Team Survey, you can quickly identify struggling teams and their leaders. Using this data, organizations can create plans to address these areas of toxicity.

Inform succession planning.

Employees who don’t have a demonstrated track record of creating psychological safety shouldn’t be eligible for promotion to management. The 4 Stages™ Team Survey will help inform your succession planning by identifying leaders who reward vulnerability.

Improve employee engagement.

Research shows that employee engagement directly correlates with outcomes like productivity, quality, retention, and customer loyalty. But employee engagement comes from a culture of high psychological safety.  So if your organization’s employee engagement is low, The 4 Stages™ Team Survey will help you solve the problem at its roots.

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What's Included?

In just 5-minutes per participant, The 4 Stages™ Team Survey will identify pockets of rewarded and punished vulnerability on your teams. Rewarded vulnerability (blue zones) brings out the best in individuals and teams. Punished vulnerability (red zones) reduces productivity, suffocates innovation, and kills culture.

What's Inside?

Actionable Data

Qualitative and Quantitative Results

We’ll ask your team members a series of questions to help determine if they feel included and safe to learn, contribute, and challenge the status quo. Then they’ll submit short pieces of direct feedback (confidentially, of course) to help you pinpoint specific areas of concern in your organization.

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Org Chart Report

Find pockets of vulnerability with your org chart.

Import your team's org chart through a number of direct HRIS integrations. View your team’s results in their organizational layers and use this view to inform succession planning or identify the trickle-down effects of punished vulnerability.

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Results By Stage

The 4 Stages™ Team Score

Influence and improve your overall score by decreasing your red zone score or increasing your blue zone score across The 4 Stages™. Recommendations on how to improve your score are provided in your report.

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Customizable Reporting

Find powerful insights with demographics.

This is where powerful reporting starts for large enterprises. The 4 Stages™ Team Survey supports demographic data like position, geography, gender, age, and tenure. Use demographics specific to your organization’s function and needs to identify trends across your organization and inform your action planning.

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Heatmap Report

Heat map reporting by overall score and stage.

The heat map is a snapshot view of overall team performance. Compare teams’ results across your organization. Filter by stage score, response rate, and individual stage items to zero in on what you care about most.

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Global Benchmarks

Compare against our global benchmarks.

See how your teams stack up against our global database with our percentile feature. Negative scores indicate that your team has more red zones than blue zones. As more and more organizations opt-in to measuring psychological safety, we’ll have the data to release geography and additional industry benchmarks.

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Actionable Data

Qualitative and Quantitative Results

We’ll ask your team members a series of questions to help determine if they feel included and safe to learn, contribute, and challenge the status quo. Then they’ll submit short pieces of direct feedback (anonymously, of course) to help you pinpoint specific areas of concern in your organization.

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Org Chart Report

Find pockets of vulnerability with your org chart.

Import your team's org chart through a number of direct HRIS integrations. View your team’s results in their organizational layers and use this view to inform succession planning or identify the trickle-down effects of punished vulnerability.

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Results By Stage

The 4 Stages™ Team Score

Influence and improve your overall score by decreasing your red zone score or increasing your blue zone score across the 4 Stages. Recommendations on how to improve your score are provided in your report.

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Customizable Reporting

Find powerful insights with demographics.

This is where powerful reporting starts for large enterprises. The 4 Stages™ Team Survey supports demographic data like position, geography, gender, age, and tenure. Use demographics specific to your organization’s function and needs to identify trends across your organization and inform your action planning.

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Heatmap Report

Heat map reporting by overall score and stage.

The heat map is a snapshot view of overall team performance. Compare teams’ results across your organization. Filter by stage score, response rate, and individual stage items to zero in on what you care about most.

heatmap example

Global Benchmarks

Compare against our global benchmarks.

See how your teams stack up against our global database with our percentile feature. Negative scores indicate that your team has more red zones than blue zones. As more and more organizations opt-in to measuring psychological safety, we’ll have the data to release geography and additional industry benchmarks.

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Take your results anywhere.

Download a condensed, easy-to-interpret PDF of your 4 Stages™ Team Survey results. Attach them in an email or bring them to your next board meeting.

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Integrated with Your HRIS
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Say goodbye to guesswork:

This survey will help you figure out where to focus your efforts in your psychological safety initiative. Once you know where you stand, you’ll be ready to improve your culture by improving psychological safety.

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