FIRO-B_ppt - FIRO-B MEASURES All Human Interaction...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/25/11 Fundamental Interpersonal Relationship Orientation- Behavior Harsha-104162 FIRO-B
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/25/11 This is a patented, highly valid and reliable tool that assesses how an individual’s personal needs affect that person’s behavior towards other individuals. It offers an insight into an individual’s compatibility with other people, as well as providing an insight into that person’s own individual characteristics.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/25/11 History of FIRO-B Firo-B was created in the late 1950s by William Schutz. Schutz developed the FIRO-B theory to aid in the understanding and predicting of how high- performance military teams would work together. He began with the fact that "people need people." If this condition is left unsatisfied it leads to a state of mental discomfort and anxiety.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/25/11 • Inclusion • Control • Affection [ Openness ]
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Unformatted text preview: FIRO-B MEASURES All Human Interaction Harsha-104162 1/25/11 Shutz used the term interpersonal to indicate any interaction occurring between people. According to him interpersonal needs could be grouped into three categories. Inclusion recognition, belonging, and participation. Control influence, leading, and responsibility. Affection closeness, warmth, and Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/25/11 EXPRESSED How we interact with others FIRO-B DIMENSIONS OF BEHAVIOUR WANTED How we want others to interact with us Harsha-104162 1/25/11 The FIRO-B model describes the 1/25/11 Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/25/11 Application The FIRO-B assessment is used in a wide variety of applications including: Leadership development Team building and explaining team roles Individual interpersonal effectiveness Career development Retention Employee development Identifying leadership operating styles...
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FIRO-B_ppt - FIRO-B MEASURES All Human Interaction...

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