Most personality assessments are not reported on a holistic framework, so they don’t show you where your individual patterns are most useful in the full picture. For example, if you learn that your True Tilt is "Clarity," you see where that fits in the whole and where you may fall short if you don't develop holistically.
Many personality assessments don’t provide memorable results. And what you can't remember, you won't be likely to apply. Yes, people are more complex than four patterns, but most business leaders don't have time to learn numerous letter combinations and types that are not linked to a business framework. The Tilt patterns are easy to remember because they clearly describe the associated behavioral patterns. For example, "Connection" Tilts enjoy making and maintaining social connections. Tilt addresses the additional complexity of humans through the Tilt Amplifier, which is unique to each individual.
Most personality tools assume that your behavior will not change, so they don't give you an option to take a follow up assessment to see how you've developed yourself over time. Tilt 365 also offers the Positive Influence Predictor, a 360-feedback assessment which gives you instant, continuous feedback from other individuals on how well you have developed the same character strengths measured by the True Tilt Personality assessment.
To take a deeper dive, visit our two blogs on why we built a better personality assessment for agile teams, and the slightly brighter truth behind personality assessments. You can also skip right to finding your strengths in as little as 5 minutes by taking the True Tilt Personality assessment.