The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety framework acknowledges that we’re humans first and employees second. The framework follows a universal pattern that reflects the natural progression of human needs in social settings. These needs exist across demographics, psychographics, nations, and cultures.
This book addresses broken human interaction. It decodes the science of silence and explores what it takes to liberate our voices and connect effectively. It’s the first practical, hands-on guide that provides a research-based framework to help leaders transform their organizations into sanctuaries of inclusion and incubators of innovation.
In a world where culture is either created by design, or by default, Clark encourages readers to become cultural architects in their social spheres. This thoughtful and pragmatic guide demonstrates that if you banish fear, install true performance-based accountability, and create a nurturing environment of vulnerability and growth, your teams will perform beyond your expectations, and even beyond theirs.