Dr. Timothy R. Clark is the founder and managing partner at LeadFactor and a highly sought after advisor, coach, and facilitator to CEOs and senior leadership teams around the world. He's the author of four books with his newest, The Four Stages of Psychological Safety due out in early 2020, and he's written more than 150 articles on leadership, change, strategy, human capital, culture, and employee engagement.
In this week’s podcast, we explore the four stages of psychological safety and how we can shape our wellbeing and performance at work.
Connect with Dr. Timothy R. Clark:
- [02:19] - Tim explains what psychological safety is and why it recently became a hot topic of conversations in many workplaces when it comes to helping people thrive at work.
- [03:44] - Tim shares some of the research-based findings on the potential benefits for leaders who invest in psychological safety.
- [07:16] - Tim explains why improving diversity and inclusion successfully depends on also heightening psychological safety.
- [09:39] - Tim explains what studies are finding out about the link between psychological safety and people’s levels of wellbeing at work.
- [11:31] - Tim offers two practical recommendations based on what researchers are finding right now can help to improve psychological safety in workplaces.
- [15:30] - Tim outlines the four stages of psychological safety that can help organizations understand where they’re people are at practically and how it can be heightened.
- [21:24] -Tim challenges us to think about when leaders push the fear buttons in workplaces and what impact does this have on psychological safety for ourselves and others.
- [24:56] - Tim completes the Lightning Round.
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