Diversity Assessment Cost with Standard Reports
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The Spectra Diversity Inclusion Assessment standard reports can be read in detail and can also be scanned for “big picture” messages. Here’s what’s included with every Spectra Assessment:
Standard Individual Report – Cost Included
The Individual Report shows participants where they rank on their Beliefs and Interpersonal Skills. Each question includes an interpretation and guideline for actions and behaviors that support an inclusive culture. The Individual Report can be sent upon completing the assessment or it can be sent out by Spectra Diversity prior to training.
The Individual Report also contains a section for the Organization Report results. Intentionally left unscored, this information would be shared with participants by the organization either during a training session or when the Spectra Assessment has been completed.
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Standard Organization Report – Cost Included
The Organization Report shows the mean, median and mode of each diversity and inclusion statement. The darker green color corresponds to the frequency of the response. In this example, the rating average alone (3.7) does not tell the complete story. 2,230 respondents agreed or strongly agreed (good news) while 284 disagreed or strongly disagreed. This would be an area for closer examination and perhaps some targeted intervention. As a baseline diversity assessment tool, the Organization Report can provide a valuable benchmark for organizations of any size. The Enhanced Data Analysis would provide additional detail for organizations with 100 or more individuals.
Pie charts and bar graphs show the five demographic dimensions measured by the Spectra Assessment. In this example, the age chart shows that this small organization (61 people) has a potential issue with their talent pipeline as baby boomers retire. They may already understand this intuitively, and the Standard Organization Report confirms it with data.