Rhonda York has earned advanced coaching certifications to perform a variety of assessments that benefit individual, team and/or organizational improvement. These assessments are critical tools used in tandem with the larger TeamWide Solutions programs.

Path Element Profiles™ (PEP)
In just 15 minutes, PEP will provide invaluable insight into yourself, your communication style, your relationships and your career. Whether you are Fire, Earth, Wind, Water or a blend, learning your unique profile is so enlightening that you will remember it for years to come. This knowledge empowers you to effectively apply your elemental skills to any situation or opportunity. The PEP is easy to understand and remember, and it's beneficial for individuals, teams or whole organizations.
Profile XT™ (PXT)
This online assessment will help you achieve the best possible job fit. It's used to develop effective work teams, design optimal training programs based on employee/candidate learning style, and help managers determine the ideal approach when working with a particular employee. The PXT investigates several areas (Behavioral Traits, Occupational Interests and Thinking Style) in evaluating how an individual fits into a particular job.
360 Competency Feedback System
This online evaluation is completed by the employee, his or her superior/s, direct reports and peers. Each rater, including the employee, answers 70 survey questions covering eight major Universal Management Competencies, which are broken down into 18 skill sets. Answers are completely anonymous. Once the surveys are completed, TWS discusses the results with the employee to determine an effective action plan for skill development and strengthening.
Interview 360
In this style of 360, TWS performs one-on-one interviews with raters selected by the employee. TWS uses a list of questions developed by the employee, covering areas and skills he or she would like feedback on. TWS then provides a summary of the responses for the employee. All answers are completely anonymous.
The WorkPlace Big Five Profile™ 4.0
This true-to-life personality assessment is based on the Five-Factor Model of Personality. In just 10 15 minutes online, busy professionals complete 107 questions to determine his or her five personality "supertraits" and 23 "subtraits." These results are iterated through simple graphs and neutral, work-centric language that provide a clear picture to participants. Individuals will gain a clear understanding of his or her work-related behaviors evidenced in day-to-day encounters with coworkers, employees, managers and colleagues. This tool can improve productivity, self-awareness and bottom-line results.
EQ-i 2.0
This tool measures the interaction between a person and the environment he or she operates in. By assessing and evaluating an individual's emotional intelligence, TWS can determine the need for targeted development programs and measures. This information can lead to dramatic increases in performance and leadership potential, as well as improved interaction with others. This versatile assessment is effective as an employee development tool, and also as a screening tool in hiring--ultimately leading to the selection of emotionally intelligent, emotionally healthy and likely-to-succeed employees. ?
Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation™ (FIRO B®)
This assessment helps people understand their interpersonal needs and how those needs influence their communication style and behavior--improving their personal relationships and professional performance along the way. Based on the theory that all living things seek equilibrium between their basic needs and having those needs met, this test shapes a person's ability to build trust, influence others and create productive relationships. It's helped individuals, teams and organizations around the world grow and succeed by serving as a catalyst for positive behavioral change.
Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI®)
The TKI tool assesses an individual's typical behavior in conflict situations and describes it along two dimensions: assertiveness and cooperativeness. It provides detailed information about how an individual can effectively use five different conflict-handling modes, or styles.
It's the world's best-selling tool for helping people understand how different conflict-handling styles affect interpersonal and group dynamics--and for empowering them to choose the appropriate style for any situation.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
This assessment outlines the root causes of politics and dysfunction on workplace teams, as well as the keys to overcoming them. According to Patrick Lencioni, the Five Dysfunctions of a Team are absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability and inattention to results. Conquering these will position your team to build trust within the workplace, embrace productive ideological conflict, stick to decisions, hold each other accountable and focus on collective success.