FUNDAMENTAL INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS ORIENTATION-BEHAVIOR (FIRO-B) (Assessment)
This assessment is a tool which measures each individual’s behavior relative to three central elements of interpersonal relations: inclusion, control, and affection. Inclusion refers to the degree to which a person associates with others. It addresses the concept of moving towards or away from people and is similar to introversion and extraversion. Control is the extent to which a person is comfortable with responsibility/leadership; and affection is the degree to which a person becomes emotionally involved with others. Participants learn how these interpersonal behaviors impact the kind of climate they set in the organization.