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ASSESSMENT

Figure out your strengths, and your areas of opportunity when it comes to creating more inclusive and equitable work environments. 

Finding a

Place to Start. 

Whether you've already done extensive equity audits or you are brand new to the process, we will help you figure out what your next steps need to be. 

Our team can work with previously collected data and reports, and we can recommend excellent assessment tools to help you determine target areas and goals for culture change within your organization. Based on our initial call, we may recommend that you use one of a variety of assessment tools to dive deeper into the challenges in your organization, so that our work can be targeted and effective. 

Organizational Culture

Map out your organizational culture as it is perceived by employees at all levels to identify strengths and gaps. 

Employee Engagement

Determine the level of engagement of your employees, particularly from a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Intercultural Competency

Measure your team's understanding of cultural differences, and their ability to navigate and engage in multicultural spaces. 

Structural

Equity Audit

Examine the policies, practices, and systems in place that may be creating barriers or advantages for certain groups. 

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Leading for Equity

As leaders, we need to understand where our own strengths and challenges are within this work, and acknowledge where we can learn and grow as individuals.

 

We are currently developing a new self-assessment tool with our partners at SurveyAnyplace for organizational leaders seeking to center equity in their work and on their teams.

 

Whether leading a team or a company, the self-assessment is a first-step in centering equity-minded practices in your work. Emerging and established leaders alike can take use this tool in furthering their organizational mission by strengthening their teams and services. 

TEAM DYNAMIC ASSESSMENTS

We also are familiar with a myriad of teaming assessment instruments. These can provide practical insights into dynamics present and help teams work better together, particularly when combined with a DEI lens. While we do not administer these assessments, we can partner with you to better understand how the results can inform approaches to more equitable and inclusive learning, work, management, and collaboration. 

If your organization is already using a particular assessment, we can work with it. We can also help you develop your own internal assessments. Or contact us to learn more about any one of the following tools: 

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) 

A measure using Jung's psychological types. Useful for gaining insights about how individuals work and interact with others; fairly common and may be familiar concepts for teams. 

16 Personalities

A free version based around Myers-Briggs that uses similar spectrums to explore how individuals work and interact with others; offers additional information about work and management styles. 

StrengthsFinder 2.0

This assessment helps individuals identify and develop natural talents, identifying 5 key strengths out of 34 that individuals should further develop.   Excellent personal development tool. 

Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)

A measure of typical approaches to conflict; useful to understand different conflict-handling styles and in fostering self-awareness and reflection.

5 Dynamics

A measure of individual and teams energies behind certain tasks, behaviors, and processes.   Helps predict how teams will perform throughout projects, identify risks, and capitalize on strengths.  

PERMA Model

This assessment measures five core element of psychological well-being and happiness. Help to create more sustainability on teams with high levels of stress.

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Integrative Inquiry Consulting

Based in Maine, Integrative Inquiry provides HR Management consulting services, from training delivery and design to strategic planning. 

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