Take this short quiz to understand how inclusive are you as a leader.
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Question 1 of 10
Gender and race are important, but what truly matters is diversity of thought.
Question 2 of 10
I believe that promotions and recognitions in the workplace are always based on merit.This question is required.
Question 3 of 10
I ask for feedback proactively from my peers and my team, about my actions and language choices
Most of the time
Sometimes / Rarely
Question 4 of 10
My attitude to change is ...
I see change as a positive drive to growth
I see change as a challenge but I understand it can be needed
Why fix what isn't broken
Question 5 of 10
Someone in your team comes to you for advice on how to handle a task. Your first reaction is to:
Tell them how you would do it
Tell them what approached worked in the past
Ask them what they have in mind
Question 6 of 10
You are interviewing for a open position. After seeing 10 candidates you realize they are all of the same race and gender. You are in a rush to fill the position.
What do you do?
You have interviewed enough people, so you hire/recommend the best person in the pool
You would like to have a more diverse pool. You go back to the applicant pool and look again. Then you hire the best talent of the pool. At least you tried.
You go back to the candidate pool, if there are no diverse candidates, you ask yourself what you can do differently. Make changes the job add and look for different avenues to recruit, and try again.
Question 7 of 10
You hear some of your team / your colleagues laughing at a joke about another colleague cultural stereotype.
Or you see the same jokes being made in a group chat.
Nothing. It's just a joke. And they didn't ask my opinion.
Change the topic in the conversation / chat - pretending you didn't hear the joke.
Let them know that cultural and ethnic jokes aren't funny, they make people feel marginalized and excluded, and are not in line with your team and company values.
Question 8 of 10
You thought you team was motivated, happy and engaged. You pride yourself in treating everyone equally.
You have now heard rumors that this may not be the case. Someone feels demotivated and undervalued.
Don't make a big deal out of it. It's just one person / a few people. If there's a problem it will be discussed at the next review.
Reach out to your mentor or a close team member to gain perspective on what you could do differently.
Schedule informal 1:1 with the whole team (in person or virtual), to specifically ask for feedback on your leadership and communication style and their experience in the team.
Question 9 of 10
Which of the following best represent your gender?
I use another term
Question 10 of 10
Which race best describes you?
Caucasian / White
Hispanic / Latinx
Black or African American
Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Two or more races