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The Most Common Questions Managers Ask Us About DEI…

The Most Common Questions Managers Ask Us About DEI…

The Most Common Questions Managers Ask Us About DEI…

By oneTILT CEO and co-founder, Kimberly Díaz

March 31, 2022

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This one is for all you managers and team leaders out there… how many times have you (or a colleague) said or thought the following:

“I know diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace is important, but I don’t know what to do in my day to day work to show it.”

“I want to create an inclusive team culture, but not everything is ‘clicking.’”

“I want to be a more inclusive manager, but I don’t know where to start.”

“I feel like a lot of diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings are generic and don’t speak to my unique needs.”

“I’m tired of trainings that aren’t differentiated for me, given my identity.”

Sound familiar? At oneTILT, we’ve spent the last 6 years working with over 100 organizations and thousands of leaders who have asked these very questions. There is clearly such excitement for making the workplace more inclusive, but how we get there remains a question mark for so many of us.

Today, I’m happy to announce that after 5+ years of testing, TILT is here. TILT, the inclusive leadership tool, is an online inclusive leadership assessment tool that people can take anytime to better understand themselves as managers, leaders, and team members.

It is designed to be an easy, accessible, and affordable way for everyone to learn more about their inclusive leadership journey — whether they are just getting started or looking to extend and expand their strengths.

TILT takes about 20 minutes to complete, and provides a comprehensive, personalized report immediately after. The report synthesizes each individual’s responses on their inclusive leadership competencies and includes a set of customized resources — both to continue building on your strengths as well as exploring where you may want to spend more time.

You can take TILT today by heading here.

— Kimberly