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Tiltology - The Tilt Wiki

Tiltology is our science about the evolution of personality development. It's based on a theory of personality and character development that goes way beyond "Typology"

Aristotle's Golden Mean Bookmark

The Measurement Scale on the Tilt 365 Positive Influence Predictor is based on Aristotle's Golden Mean.

The Tilt 365 Scale:

The development the Tilt system, author & researcher Pam Boney, developed 48 trait continuums to measure the 12 character strengths for whole-brain development represented in the Tilt 365 system.

Examples in the system:

Confidence, a character strength, if taken to excess would manifest as arrogance and if deficient as insecurity.
Discipline, a virtue, if taken to excess would manifest as obsessive and if deficient as undisciplined.
Compassion, a virtue, if taken to excess would manifest as permissive and if deficient as insensitive.

In the system, traits that are deficient are called underdeveloped traits and those that are excessive are called overused traits.

The Tilt 365 system contains 48 virtues (positive human traits) and measures development of the mean in healthy behavior that is conducive for productivity, collaboration & innovation in team-level climate and company culture.

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