Use Cases: Personality Assessments | Tilt 365

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Strengths Assessments Use Cases

Our strengths based personality assessments are designed specifically for the workplace and backed by the science of character. Explore use cases below to learn how character strengths development can help team leaders (and people in general) with retaining top talent, building agility, and fostering a growth mindset.

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Strengths Based Personality Assessments for

Teams

Work with your team instead of around your team

Agile teams and excellent team leaders adapt to current trends, business needs, and complex dynamics while accelerating productivity, creativity, and innovation.

Understanding your own and others’ tendencies can make it easier to communicate and work together, which are clearly valuable to those who are in charge of teams. You can build self-awareness by taking the True Tilt Personality Profile to understand your natural character strengths and how they can be different than those around you. Schedule a team workshop to learn how people who are both similar to and different from you behave and prefer to be treated.

Conflict is inevitable, so managing it effectively is a fundamental part of leading work teams and working with others. Use Tilt’s conflict-resolution model to get through unavoidable conflicts while maintaining positive relationships with teammates. Choose positive conflict; some disagreements or “conflicts” are helpful for achieving the best version of an idea. Learn how respect can look different for independent people and how to use this to have productive discussions.

Collaboratively determine the vision for the team and how to leverage team climate to align with the vision. Dynamically set an expectation for collaboration, innovation, execution, or alignment to match your team’s current goal via Intentional Tilting. Determine team strategy by using the Tilt Habits card sort to collaboratively set the vision for your team. Identify the strengths you are using well, those you need to leverage less frequently, and those you need to start using to be prepared for the next project.

Strengths Based Personality Assessments for

Company Culture

Create a culture where people love to work

Use the full suite of Tilt tools across your organization for team leaders, teams in general, individual contributors, and company culture.

There is fierce competition for top talent, and without a great culture, your company will struggle to succeed. Use principles from the Tilt model to build a team climate or company culture people love. Increase psychological safety, which in turn allows employees to feel that they can take risks to innovate and make the company better without unjust retribution. Knowing that you can trust your company gives you the autonomy you need to enhance it exponentially. Reduce office politics and prevent wasted time on gossip and ineffective relationship dynamics. When there is an expectation for psychological safety and everyone has developed a set of balanced character strengths, employees can focus on creating meaningful work. Promote character using the common language in the Tilt framework to help everyone in the organization grow as individuals and have better relationships with each other. A culture that has character built in will foster productivity, creativity, and agility, and a culture that supports innovation is one of the best predictors of team creativity. Creating psychological safety, positive relationships with coworkers, and actions conducive to innovation are what organizations need to get ahead of the competition.

Using positive psychology practices for individuals, leaders, and teams can help increase employee engagement and well-being. People who are happy at their job aren’t as inclined to leave. Conflicts can’t always be avoided and can even be beneficial, but how the conflict ends could affect future relationships with colleagues. Tilt’s conflict resolution model can be used to get to the other side of conflicts effectively. Some people say that employees leave leaders, not organizations. Tilt’s leadership model helps leaders build positive influence and effectively interact with their teams.

Tilt 365 was built around serious psychological and organizational science aimed to help team leaders, organizations, and their employees, but the products and services are designed to make these science-based interventions engaging and accessible to everyone. Building all of Tilt’s 12 character strengths is hard, but it is necessary for agility. Tilt tools are designed to be playful and let people laugh at themselves so they don’t get overwhelmed or discouraged. Tilt culture boxes include resources for development and swag featuring our characters. Quickly showing someone your smartphone sticker (corresponding to your assessment result) when you’re feeling stressed can be a simple way to cue them in to how you are feeling.

Strengths Based Personality Assessments for

Leadership Development

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Understand and adapt to a constantly changing business landscape by learning to use all 12 Tilt character strengths and thus cultivating agility. Discover your strengths: Take the True Tilt Personality Profile to understand your natural character strengths and how they can be different from your peers. Evolve yourself: Sign up for a virtual or in-person Tilt Presence Workshop to learn more about yourself and how you can become agile in the way you adapt to different situations. Dig deeper: Engage with a certified Tilt coach as a partner to examine where your life is now and where it can be down the road.

Communicate more effectively by considering your own and others’ perspectives so you can have the greatest impact. Understand how others see you: Take the Positive Influence Predictor to learn how your manager, peers, subordinates, clients, and friends perceive you. Are you influencing others the way you intend? Learn to influence: Sign up for a virtual or in-person Tilt Influence Workshop to learn more about how different Tilt patterns are motivated and demotivated.

Choose the types of behaviors your team needs to meet the next goal. Select the team climate: Dynamically set an expectation for collaboration, innovation, execution, or alignment to match your team’s current goal (with Intentional Tilting). Determine team strategy: Use the Tilt Habits card sort to set the vision for your team collaboratively. Come to understand the strengths you are using well, those you need to rely on less frequently, and those you need to start using more to be prepared for the next project.

Strengths Based Personality Assessments for

Sales

Know your audience

Learn how to recognize and most effectively communicate with all personality patterns.

Learn the character strengths that come easier to you and develop those that are less natural so you can be at your best, regardless of the situation. Discover your strengths: Take the True Tilt Personality assessment to understand your natural character strengths and how you are similar or different from others. Evolve yourself: Sign up for a virtual or in-person Tilt Presence Workshop to learn more about yourself and how you can become agile in the way you adapt to different situations.

People have different priorities, and the ability to recognize and understand those quickly can help you build rapport. Learn to influence: Sign up for a virtual or in-person Tilt Influence Workshop to learn more about how different Tilt patterns are motivated and demotivated.

Use the Tips for Positive Influence to recognize individual characteristics and effectively influence people with a variety of patterns. Know what to do: Learn how to interact with subordinates or peers in a way that creates trust and respect. Know what NOT to do: Avoid actions that annoy others or make them disengage. Learn how to bounce back: When you inevitably misstep, know how to recover and move forward when others are unhappy with you.

Strengths Based Personality Assessments for

Personal development

Become the best version of yourself

Learn how to take advantage of your natural character strengths and discover new strengths.

Learn how to anticipate and manage your response to stress. By understanding your likely stressors and how you might react, you can learn to manage how you show up. Learning how to strategically use your character strengths can help you enjoy greater happiness and well-being. You can also find creative ways to use your strengths in a variety of contexts.

How confident are you in general? Many people complain about imposter syndrome and seek coaching in order to improve the faith they have in themselves. Tilt 365 can help you develop enough confidence to be impactful without overdoing it. Use the True Tilt Personality assessment to learn the extent to which you have a natural proclivity for confidence and collect feedback using the Positive Influence Predictor to see how confident you seem to others.

Learn how people who are both similar to and different from you behave and prefer to be treated. Determine how to interact with different people in a way that creates trust and respect. Avoid actions that might seem normal to you but could be interpreted negatively by others. Know how to bounce back: When you inevitably misstep, you can recover and move forward quickly to maintain positive relationships.

Living in a world that is constantly changing can be difficult. Building agility will help you see change coming and pre-emptively pivot. Everyone can learn to balance all 12 character strengths and to use them while adapting to different situations. Know potential derailers that occur when your strengths are overused and can turn into habitual patterns, potentially derailing your career. Cultivating agility can mitigate these potential blind spots by helping you learn which strength is most appropriate for any situation.

Strengths Based Personality Assessments for

Coaching

Evoke awareness in yourself and your clients

Harness the power of positive psychology to encourage self-awareness in clients and learn how to move past your own biases to remain present with your clients.

Understanding your own preferences and biases is key to developing an open, client-centered coaching mindset. Build self-awareness by taking the True Tilt Personality Profile to understand your natural character strengths and how they can influence your thoughts and behaviors. Earn ICF Continuing Coach Education credits while becoming an expert in Tilt assessments with on-demand virtual certifications.

Set the groundwork for coaching engagements by quickly providing clients with self-awareness. Use the True Tilt Personality Profile as a starting point for clients to explore their character strengths and preferences. Go a step further using the Positive Influence Predictor to see if a client comes across to others as intended.

Get to the truth faster to facilitate client growth. Explore common patterns to understand frequently-occurring coaching themes you might find in your clients to communicate with them in a way they will understand. Take the Laser Coaching Masterclass to learn how to get to the deeper truth faster and partner with your clients to create a lasting change.

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