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What you need to know about our guest:
Personality is important, but it’s your strength of character that determines your destiny.
Pam is an innovator in the leadership and team assessments domain. After two decades of experience as a senior leader in the hospitality industry with Embassy Suites and later Hilton, she formed an original leadership theory and framework based on 12 character strengths that grow positive influence in people, teams and culture. She observed that there was ONE difference between dysfunctional teams and teams that flourish. And that one thing is measured by and taught with the use of the Tilt Suite of Development Assessments. Tilt365.com has a worldwide network of partners working around the world to grow character strengths in business. Its mission is to help the next generation of leaders produce ethical innovations that solve the complex problems of our time.
"The one thing that can make the world a better place, is growing our inner character strength. The surprising byproduct of making that investment in yourself is a profound increase in your happiness in life and work.” Pam Boney
We serve team leaders and their teams, as well as the talented professionals who help them grow.
The problem we solve is extremes that arise from four hidden ego-fears that create dysfunction in teams.
We solve these problems through innovative assessments and solutions that grow character strengths and team agility.
We are different in that we don’t stop at the bias of personality type. We teach people how to grow well-rounded character strengths so their interactions are more productive, positive, and innovative. Knowing your preferred patterns can actually cause self-limiting beliefs, so we help you see the path to whole-person integration.
Company site: www.tilt365.com
Email: [email protected]
“Fear missing the opportunity more than you fear the failure" – Aaron Walker