The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation – Behavior™ test (FIRO-B™) is a psychological test developed to clarify how a person’s personal needs impact the person’s human relationships. It measures how much interaction a person wants when it comes to socializing, leadership, and responsibilities and more intimate personal relations. Initially created to evaluating and predict how to weld military personnel together to form high-performing teams, this tool is successfully used today as an essential component of many different organizational development programs.
This tool contributes to the understanding how human behaviors affect interactions with others. The FIRO-B™ Test is best applied along with other psychometric tools such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator™ (MBTI™) test and is part of a range of solutions for encouraging performance at organizational level.