There’s more to being an antiracist than aligning yourself with its value and endorsing its principles. The Antiracist Style Indicator (ASI) is an online self-assessment tool designed to provide you with information on your effectiveness in eradicating racism. Being an antiracist involves making intentional and conscious decisions to support policies, practices and procedures that promote racial equity. Being an antiracist is also a dynamic process that plays out in your everyday life in your attitudes and beliefs. Beyond working to dismantle systemic racism, being an antiracist involves how you express yourself as a racial person and how you interact within a multiracial society with others who do not share your same racial identity.
The CliftonStrengths assessment is a set of 177 paired statements for which you have 20 seconds per pair to select the one that most resembles who you think you are. After completing the questions, a quick analysis occurs and the results list your talents in rank order from a list of the 34 talent themes. The assessment takes about 25 minutes to complete and must be finished at one time. (Fee)
The HPI, HPI-II or HP-36 is a 36-point professional performance scale used to measure the factors that matter most in predicting individual high performance, as defined as long-term success. In 5 minutes, you get 6 scores that tell you how likely you are to succeed over the long-term The scale was developed by Brendon Burchard, High Performance Institute researchers and graduates from the Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program at the University of Pennsylvania.
The IAT measures attitudes and beliefs that people may be unwilling or unable to report. Project Implicit is a non-profit organization and international collaboration between researchers who are interested in implicit social cognition – thoughts and feelings outside of conscious awareness and control.