Ten free mini-courses that will change how you think about human behavior forever. Discover how character science is the timeless solution that can resolve the extremes of divisiveness and unify all to solve the complex problems of our time.
To solve the complex, global problems of our time, tapping into the collective intelligence of all is required. When humans unify to solve greater problems beyond our singular needs, we can tap into the moral imperative of what is good for all.
Learn about the four clues that identify destructive leadership and culture. Signs of divisiveness and fear-based behavior are the killers of organizational innovation. If leaders exhibit blaming, diminishing, dictating & fabricating, it's toxic.
When ego drives our behaviors, the divisive nature of our dualistic thinking runs rampant. Fear becomes the primary emotion that drives our most primal instincts to flee, fight, freeze, or deflect. Anxiety and chaos are the apparent results.
The rise of dysfunctional culture is not all that surprising when you think about the fact that dialogue about leadership character is all but absent from education and leadership development in business. Some call it the blind spot of our time.
In order to rise above our singular ego-needs, we must be committed to something greater than ourselves. This is possible only when we become a master over our reptilian nature instead of letting our personality drive our unconscious behaviors.
Twelve reasons we built a better personality assessment for agile teams who have top talent and don't want to be put into a self-limiting "type" box. Also, articles about "Can we truly change personality?" and "Ten Common Myths about personality.
Science officer, Amanda Valone, shares the basics of the underlying science of the Tilt framework for generativity & the science behind the measures for the 12 character strengths and traits in the Tilt suite of assessments. Future science plans too!
Bob Ostrom, famous artist and creative director of Tilt365 explains the creative process that resulted in the idea to use lizards to represent the reptilian nature in our psyche. He will share the background on each of the characters of Tilt.
Beyond protective, competitive, integrative, and adaptive mindsets, lies the potential for agility which enables a generative growth mindset that is always growing exponentially. A commitment to the generative mindset requires character strengths.
The source of all unhappiness and conflict begins with inner conflict. When two parts of our psyche are at odds with one another, we feel divided inside and this seeps out into our relationships and work. Pam Boney describes the path to integration.
Achievement is accomplished by developing competencies. A creative contribution that leads to fulfillment requires us to step outside the bounds of competence and into the 12 unconscious agilities that produce generativity and flow.
We start out in life understanding ourselves in dualities. I am this, but not that. As our intellect grows and matures, our mind can reach beyond categories for more complex reasoning. Then arises the capacity for non-dualistic thinking in context.