Rock RMS RX2018

We’re excited to be a part of the Rock Experience 2018! 

 

Our unique approach to developing assessment instruments comes from years of experience with thousands of individuals and organizations.

There are no cookie cutters in use here! We are tenacious in our approach to create assessments that fit the well-differentiated, yet unique attributes you bring to your role. We look at a variety of factors before recommending a battery of instruments to measure the indicators required.

TrueWiring©We created five psychometrically valid and reliable assessment instruments to paint a robust image of your unique wiring. This suite of instruments is interrelated and when properly reviewed provides incredible insight into your unique TrueWiring©.

DISC—An assessment of your behavioral needs as identified in four Scales: Direct, Influence, Stable, and Careful.  These four factors dramatically influence the way you will act in the context of a team to accomplish a task.

Spiritual Gifts (SG)—An assessment of your unique abilities given to you by the Holy Spirit at conversion for expanding the Kingdom by building up the Body of Christ.

Emotional Intelligence Inventory (EI2)—An assessment of your developed skills in two domains: understanding your own emotions and those of others. This instrument identifies your ability to appropriately express your emotions while encouraging others to do the same.

Conflict Profile (CP)—An assessment of your learned skills in dealing with conflict. Jesus approached conflict in a variety of ways and so must we. This instrument identifies your preferred and supporting methods for addressing conflict.

Motivators Inventory (MI)—An assessment of the internal drivers which cause you to value one way of viewing conditions over another. Motivators dramatically influence the way you construe a situation and therefore will influence how you see your options in any context.

We are all uniquely wired. Each of these lenses significantly impacts the other. No one lens is sufficient in understanding how we are “fearfully and wonderfully” made.

Take a look at more details at our site dedicated to TrueWiring©

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