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Your Approach to Inclusion
is most similar to other:

Observers

Adaptable

Curious

Mentor

Respectful

You are...

Adaptable

The observer notices what makes people successful in the workplace and tries to replicate that. They are willing to adapt their style if it means it will open doors of opportunity.

Curious

The Observer believes the workplace is a meritocracy and is curious why there is not more diversity in leadership.  It seems that differences in progression come down to personal choices and/or personal styles.

Mentor

An Observer makes a great mentor, helping to coach others on how to navigate the workplace and learn what gets noticed and rewarded. You may see a colleague that needs to speak up more (or tone it down a little). You may know someone who often mentions that childcare impacts their availability and want to suggest they minimise references to their children.

Respectful

Observers strongly value a respectful workplace. For that reason, they may prefer to focus on  areas of commonality and steer clear of sensitive topics.

Areas for growth...

You strive to build up and support all kinds of people. But remember that inclusion happens when people feel valued while being themselves, not when they have to behave in the same way as everyone else.

A note of caution for the Observer is to be aware of when you might be trying to “fix” individuals to fit into a certain style instead of realizing how the company can adapt to develop and harness talent that presents in different ways.  Think about what’s really required to do the job - not just the way we are used to the job being done.

Expand your observation skills to look at the patterns of who gets heard, who gets invited to meetings, and who gets opportunity.

Diversity & Inclusion Scientific Framework

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Which persona best describes you?

Connector

The Connector believes that, despite everyone’s best intent, there may be patterns of opportunity and advancement that don’t appear fair.

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Observer

The Observer notices that some individuals are not moving up in a way that cannot be explained by merit alone.

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Traditionalist

The Traditionalist believes the workplace is a meritocracy where everyone has an equal chance to advance and obtain rewards based on their individual merits and efforts.

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Advocate

The Advocate is motivated to change the system to ensure equitable outcomes.

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