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Dear All, Can you tell me something in detail about FIRO-B. Rgds Manjali
From India, Delhi
Hai The FIRO-B assessment is a 15-minute tool for improving working relationships and individual effectiveness, exclusively published by CPP, Tanx, Mukesh.
From India, Madras
Hai, The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation-Behavior (FIRO-B) is a highly valid and reliable tool that assesses how an individual’s personal needs ... Regards, Mukesh
From India, Madras
Hai Amit, Pls find this PDF file. Mukesh.
From India, Madras

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FIRE-B stands for Fundamental Interpersonal relations Orientation-Behaviour. It is a model for assessing our relationships oriented personality originally developed by William C.Schutz in the year 1952, in his book, FIREO-B: A Three dimensional theory of interperosnal relations. It was used in general social relations for assessing relationship among people in general. Late 70s witnessed its entry into OB in oragnisations. It is a very lengthy procedure starting with an instrument consisting of about 100 plus questions. and measured on three dimensions called "Need for inclusion, affection (now it is called openness) and need for control". Each of these three needs have a dichotomy of two extremes. each need expressed and wanted. HEnce, inclusion-expressed, inclusion wanted, affection-expressed, affection wanted, control-expressed and control-wanted. the scoring will provide a persons' profiles accordingly on all three dimesions.
Dr Chandra Sekhar SF

Hi, Take the test yourself. You’ll be surprised what it throws up. Believe me its a true reflection of where you stand - for now and many more years to come. Anjoo Chandiramani
From India, Mumbai
Hello Anju,
Can you please send some link where we can have it online???
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Which also provides some sort of conclusion and gives the assessed results as well.

From India, Ahmadabad
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