Our program explains the three basic elements of all human interactions--inclusion, control and affection.
What you will learn:
- How FIRO-B theory was developed and how the instrument is scored.
- How one's self-concept regarding significance, competency, and likability effect one's interpersonal needs for inclusion, control and affection.
- How to use the FIRO-B to improve team effectiveness.
- How to use the FIRO as a 360 assessment tool for professional growth.
This interactive webinar will provide new information about the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and how to score the instrument and provide a quality interpretation.
- FIRO-B® online report
Introduction to FIRO-B® booklet
Introduction to FIRO-B® in Organizations booklet
Participating in Teams booklet
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Robert McAlpine, M.A. (ISTJ) Read Bio
"The study of type especially the eight mental functions has given me a richer and deeper understanding of self and others. The angst I have experienced in the past with those whom I regularly differ has been lifted. I believe I am a much improved version of myself because of the study of type."Cheryl Strong
attended Beebe Conference