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How Well Do You Make Diversity Work?

Inclusive leaders ensure that everybody feels safe to contribute. How well do you make diversity work? For each statement indicate how often this is true for you.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    I am open to discussions about sensitive issues
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 2.
    I review processes and decisions (that I contribute) to ensure they are fair and consistent
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 3.
    I give constructive and respectful feedback to my colleagues even if its a sensitive topic
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 4.
     I encourage people to share non-work related stories about themselves so we can get to know one another as individuals
    • A.
      Rarely
      (0 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 5.
    I create an environment where everyone feels valued and respected by inviting people to share their ideas and considering them carefully
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 6.
    I encourage debate by sharing my own views and inviting others to share conflicting views
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 7.
    I make sure that individual and team goals are clear and that we all have a common understanding of what is expected
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 8.
    I make an effort to identify the unique skills and strengths of each team member so that everyone understands their contribution to the team
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost always
      (4 points)
  • 9.
    I support and encourage others regardless of gender, culture, age or other differences
    • A.
      Rarely
      (1 points)
    • B.
      Sometimes
      (2 points)
    • C.
      Usually
      (3 points)
    • D.
      Almost aways
      (4 points)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    0 to 12 points:
    More to Discover
    Your score for self awareness indicates that you could increase your self awareness and become more aware of your impact on others by reflecting more on your own values and behaviours and communicating them more clearly to others. Ask for feedback from others about your communication and behaviours and ask yourself these three questions:Why and I doing or saying this?What do I really want?Why do I want this?
  • 2.
    13 to 24 points:
    You're doing the right things
    You have scored average for making diverse teams work. This demonstrates that you have a good awareness of the things you need to do to help people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives work together but you don't always put it into practice. Try doing the communication preferences and Johari window activities with your team to build trust and understanding and make it easier for people to share their views and opinions openly.
  • 3.
    25 to 36 points:
    You're a team builder!
    Your score for making diversity work is high, you're good at identifying the strengths of others and helping to create a psychologically safe space for them to contribute and develop regardless of their background. You pay attention to developing shared understanding and you aren't afraid to have difficult discussions.