The FIRO-B® Instrument
|Time||: 08:30 – 16:30|
|Length of Training||: 2 days|
|Type of Training||: National Accreditation|
Who should attend
- Interns in these fields
Wishing to help organisations develop great leaders, while improving organisational performance.
The Firo-B Instrument is designed to measure behaviour that derives from interpersonal needs. Understanding these interpersonal needs assists individuals to have effective interactions and relations with others both in and outside the work environment. The FIRO-B® was developed in the 1950’s and is currently used extensively in organisational settings. The FIRO-B® has many uses, including: Self Development, Enhancing Workplace Relationships, Team Building, Career Development and Leadership Development. The theory behind the FIRO-B® is that ‘people need people’ for inclusion, control and affection and that Interpersonal needs are seen to motivate people to behave in certain ways.
- Background & Development of the FIRO-B®
- Research and statistical properties
- Interpretation and Case-studies
- Application of the FIRO-B® with teams and work groups
- Introduction to the FIRO Business Instrument
- Interpretation of own results
- Wrap-up and examination
WHAT IS INCLUDED
- Two full days of training using didactic and experiential learning techniques
- A FIRO-B® Training File
- Your own FIRO-B® bureau report
- Lunch and refreshments
Successful completion of this training allows the delegate access to the following assessments: FIRO-B® and FIRO Business Instrument
20 Multiple-choice questions, Pass mark is 80%.
The FIRO-B® assessment is completed prior to the training
Disclaimer: Presenters and attendees of all CPD activities must please note that the attainment of continuing education units (CEUs) does not licence any professional to practice outside their official scope of practice. CEUs are intended to broaden the knowledge of professionals but do not constitute professional training.
Upcoming FIRO-B® Instrument Events
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