We have developed a number of products to measure and support maturity, personality and inclusion. Our primary products are the Aephoria Identity Map and InclusionIndex.
Aephoria Identity Map (AIM)
Our combined EIT and Enneagram assessment tool, the Aephoria Identity Map (AIM) provides people with potent insights into their maturity and personality style and is a powerful way to begin any individual or group intervention. Our assessment of maturity within the AIM report uses Expanded Identity Theory (EIT) and measures where people fall on an adult maturation typology. Our Enneagram personality assessment provides a transformational launch pad for individual and team development and has.
AIM’s unique combination of personality (horizontal) and maturity (vertical) development offers a holistic and in-depth view of the individual and their current development strengths and challenges. It is the only integrated horizontal and vertical development tool of this type available in the world today.
InclusionIndex is a unique, psychometrically-constructed instrument that enables organisations and institutions to measure diversity and inclusion. It is one of only a few systems of its kind in existence today. It is survey-based, easy to use and is mostly administered online through PC, tablet or phone and occasionally by using a paper-based approach.
The tool analyses how 10 academically-researched inclusion factors impact on perceived levels of diversity and inclusion across multiple demographic groups. It is sent to participants at any level in the organisation, the survey contains 73 items and it can be completed in about 20-30 minutes. As well as generating an overall organisational picture, the instrument is able to run specific reports across various demographic groups. It produces metrics that supports clients to ‘score’ diversity and inclusion and monitor ongoing progress across unlimited demographic, departmental and geographic dimensions. InclusionIndex has been deployed across a range of organisations in the UK and Southern Africa. It has reached a total employee population in excess of 50,000 people to date.