Many leaders understand that building psychological safety in your organization is important, but how do you actually do it? Kathleen Muller, Certified Coach in the 4 Stages of Psychological Safety, gives you an in-depth introduction to the four stages of psychological safety and how you can implement them.
4 Stages of Psychological Safety:
- Inclusion safety – belonging to the team without trying too hard
- Learner safety – no unrealistic expectations that an employee should know everything
- Contributor safety – being able to speak one’s mind freely
- Challenger safety – employees are able to openly disagree with your ideas