Tilt 365: Best Personality & Strengths Assessment
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Shift big personalities from divisive to productive fast.

When change happens, four divisive personality extremes arise. Learn to identify and shift unconscious behaviors quickly to drive generativity and innovation. 

Tilts Design Framework, a suite of assessments, and Agility Labs help shift behaviors and culture from divisive to generative through conscious action and Intentional Tilting. 

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Transcend beyond personality typing 

Help people grow beyond a personality type and become generative. Generative people are agile, creative problem-solvers, that are actively collaborating and confident enough to engage in healthy debate. Developing generativity creates a culture of psychological safety that thrives in tough times.

Character strength assessments uncover the underlying reasons for fear-based behaviors that produce conflict, drama, anxiety, and resentment.
Learn to shift intentionally with a powerful framework that creates a common language about behavior differences and enables everyone to shift quickly to the right behaviors at the right time.
Manage inner emotions and align intentional actions with your best outcomes, goals, and objectives.
Continue to assess and apply the framework to track growth over time on your own personal dashboard to solve new problems as they arise.


The Tilt Framework has serious benefits

Learn a framework based on design thinking that enables and empowers everyone to identify problematic extremes early and self-correct to avoid divisiveness and distracting drama.

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Transform your leadership with a generative mindset

Personality without character causes people to be self-focused and quickly revert to fear-based feeling and thinking.   

Apply a science-based framework of 12 balanced character strengths that reduce drama and increase generativity by quickly shifting from a protective (inward) to a generative (outward) mindset.

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What are people saying about our strengths assessments?

Hear success stories on how executives, coaches, trainers, facilitators and team leaders use the Tilt strengths assessment tools and all-in-one platform to grow a generative work culture.

Sarah Larson
Sarah Larson-Head of Global Talent Management & Development at Atlassian

I love that Tilt helps us become conscious of what’s going on around us (the stress) and what it triggers inside of us (the fears) – as well as those things for our teammates. When companies, and teams, learn how they tilt, and overtilt under stress, incredible things happen - we become more bold and fearless and foster the conditions for innovation and creativity to prosper. We're hooked here at Atlassian!

Stuart Crabb
Stuart Crabb-Former Global Head of Learning at Facebook

Facebook was seeking a tool that would help reinforce this thinking, enabling leaders to have a positive and balanced perspective on their impact... TILT was the only tool of its kind in the marketplace that truly addressed these criteria, and it became the preferred tool for all our coaching engagements across the organization.

Frank Calderoni
Frank Calderoni-Chief Executive Officer at Anaplan

I have found that Tilt really gets to the heart of what makes people tick and can be a very helpful tool for shaping team culture. And at Anaplan, we have definitely taken it to a whole new level... What I appreciate about Tilt is that every person has all four personality types, we just tend to lean toward one or two more than the rest.

DeLisa Alexander
DeLisa Alexander-Former executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, Red Hat

It’s essential to have mechanisms like Tilt that enable associates to provide actionable feedback and foster self-awareness of how each of us “shows up” to our colleagues. Tilt has also been a valuable addition to our toolkit for diversity and inclusion...

Strengths-based personality assessments

All include free re-takes for a year to see changes. Optional e-learning modules are available to get the most out of your reports.

True Tilt Personality Profile
A wicked-fast personality strengths assessment with modern, powerful language to discover your most natural character strengths.
Strengths-Based Personality Assessment
Understand Barriers to Excellence
Uncover Your Path to Your Full Potential
Actionable Development Suggestions for Balance
user / year
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Positive Influence Predictor
Gather real-time feedback on 12 key character strengths that measure your positive influence on important stakeholders.
Strengths-Based 360-degree Feedback
Identify Over- and Underused Strengths and Traits
Uncover Blind Spots and Hidden Strengths
Understand Your Personal Path to Generativity
user / year
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Team Agility Predictor
A quick team agility monitor that measures 12 important team character strengths.
Strengths-Based 360-degree Feedback for Teams
Identity the Team’s Over- and Underused Strengths
Uncover Team Blind Spots and Hidden Strengths
Understand How to Increase Team Agility
team / year
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The invisible, individual qualities that make each person different and unique including emotional and interest tendencies that are often evident through behavior.  These preferences are rooted in genetics and shaped through early childhood experiences and further influenced throughout life.

It depends on both internal and external factors. A person’s personality can change over time because of internal choices with self-regulation practiced over time until the brain is re-wired for new patterns. And it can also change as a result of external experiences that affect a person’s identity - especially after a crisis or big change in environment (geography, culture, social change). A person’s personality will also change over time due to normal aging. Change in personality is referred to as neuroplasticity in brain science.

If you wish to change personality traits or patterns that seem counterproductive, you can exercise character traits and strengths by choice. You are not stuck with a personality trait or type and can make small changes over time through self-regulation and choosing to exercise character strength.

Changing personality traits requires self-awareness which can be gained through personality and feedback assessments or, very simply, by asking for feedback in the moment. When you invest in being self-aware, your choices become more intentional and choosing new habits becomes wired into your brain over time.

A multidimensional construct comprising a collection of psychological processes and visible traits that are generally viewed as positive across time and situations and that lead to both personal well-being and the betterment of society.

Character is a choice. We purposefully choose a balanced and responsible approach that creates positive influence with those around you. Personality shows our natural unconscious preferences, and it can be healthy or not. Character is generally viewed as characteristics that generate social contribution.

When a person exercises their character strengths, they are choosing intentional behavior through self-regulation and habits that exemplify civility, emotional intelligence, and social skills.

To perform effectively, people need to focus their effort on the present task at hand. When they get triggered by hidden or unconscious fears related to the past or future, the effect can cause uncomfortable emotions that distract them from the present moment, also reducing their effectiveness and productivity.

A character strengths assessment is a series of questions that reveals the degree to which someone uses a variety of positive character strengths. Most assessments report a set of signature, unique strengths that are preferred by the individual. In the True Tilt Personality Profile, there are twelve character strengths and each person favors four character strengths in their Unique Amplifier.

Anyone who is seeking to better understand their unique strengths to be a positive influence on others socially. The Positive Influence Predictor helps people understand four important character strengths at work and how a person can develop wholeness and generativity.

The primary stress-producing emotions experienced at work are anxiety, worry, guilt, shame, anger, frustration, annoyance and resentment. When these emotions arise, one must know how to exercise character strengths to self-regulate so that relationships remain healthy and productive. Others are not responsible for our experience of emotions.

Based on Aristotle’s Golden Mean, balancing character strengths involves finding the optimal equilibrium between two extremes. I.e. If confidence is the character strength in the middle, too little would be insecurity and too much would be arrogance.

Generativity is a state of flow that results when people are productive, creative and innovative. This state arises from a commitment to create an environment (culture) where everyone can flourish and be successful because psychological safety is paramount, ensuring long-term prosperity for generations to come.

Generativity is important in business as it creates an environment where people are not distracted by fear-based drama so there is psychological safety. A commitment to generativity reduces drama and divisiveness, and enabling more energy applied to productivity, creativity, innovation and ultimately better performance.

Psychological safety is when people feel safe asking questions, sharing ideas and concerns or admitting mistakes without being punished, diminished or humiliated. The responsibility for psychological safety requires self-awareness and respectful interaction by all involved, not just leadership. I.e. one team member can make too many mistakes or share too many ideas or concerns so frequency must be managed to protect the culture of safety.

Divisiveness is a tendency to believe that one party is right and another is wrong by virtue of beliefs, traits, behaviors and differences. When one party becomes extreme in their traits, the other feels a need to also go to extremes to balance out fears. This polarizing of differences creates unhealthy conflict and hostility between people that can become destructive.

An integrative design thinking framework and approach can help everyone see the value of differences in creative problem solving and innovation. When we learn that no one is wholly wrong and no one is wholly right, we begin to understand that all perspectives are contributive to solutions that benefit everyone. Without the structure of a framework and process, fears will drive people to extremes that result in a no-win scenario.

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