The 4 Stages™ Workshop
This half-day session covers eight 25-minute discovery sessions exploring rewarded vulnerability and the progression of The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety. Designed for groups of 10-20, this intimate setting fosters deep learning experiences. That way the content will stay relevant to your organization’s needs and your group’s interests.
If psychological safety feels overwhelming right now, it won’t feel that way during the workshop. Even participants with no prior understanding of psychological safety will walk away with a deeper sense of inclusion, a greater appreciation for vulnerability, and a personalized action plan to put their new knowledge into practice.
While each organization's cultural transformation is different we’ve found that the workshop has been helpful in:
-Creating deep learning experiences for individual teams or cross-functional groups.
-Training a leadership team on psychological safety before rolling out larger initiatives.
-Helping teams with low levels of psychological safety have a more impactful learning experience.
We use the LeaderFactor platform to deliver The 4 Stages™ Workshop, but it’s not just the workshop that you’re getting. You’ll start with pre-work videos to make sure we’re all on the same page. During the session you’ll take The Ladder of Vulnerability™ self assessment, and after the session we’ll send you on your way with a personalized, 30-day action plan. All workshops are facilitated by LeaderFactor, LeaderFactor partners, or internal certified trainers.Book a Strategy Call
Participants will arrive at the workshop session on the same page and primed for learning.
This half-day session covers eight 25-minute discovery sessions exploring rewarded vulnerability and the progression of The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety.
What you perceive as a low-risk act of vulnerability might be high-risk for someone else. We call this the Ladder of Vulnerability. You have a ladder that is unique to you:
All participants will build a 30-day (4-week) action plan by choosing behaviors to practice each week. Behaviors are based on The 4 Stages Behavioral Guide.