Leadership Report Using the FIRO-B® and MBTI® Instruments
The FIRO-B® and MBTI®instruments both tap into key aspects of personality and behavior in areas such as communication, problem-solving, decision-making, and interpersonal relations. Used together, they provide rich information in an ongoing leadership development program. This 16-page report is based on responses to both instruments.
Leadership Report Using the FIRO-B® and MBTI® Instruments: 210256
"This report is intended to help you explore and expand your understanding of the leadership style you use in your organization and how others might perceive and react to it. The information in this report is based on your responses to two instruments: the FIRO-B® ( Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation–Behavior™ ) and the MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® ) assessments.Both instruments tap into key aspects of personality and behavior in areas such as communication, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal relations.
The instruments are also distinct, each providing a view of your leadership personality through a different window. Together, they complement each other and provide rich information of use in your personal, ongoing leadership development program.
The report is written assuming that you understand your results on both instruments and a trained professional has interpreted your results on the FIRO-B and MBTI tools. This Leadership Report begins with a snapshot of your leadership style. The Overall Leadership Orientation section highlights how you lead. Next, the report offers a brief interpretive overview of your results on the FIRO-B and the MBTI instruments. The report then describes your leadership style in various contexts: in interpersonal relationships, in teams, and at the level of organizational culture. Next, it identifies some strengths you may have and possible challenges you might face in dealing with change and stress. Near the end of your report is an Action Plan that details several points you may want to include in your personal development agenda."
Helps clients explore and expand their understanding of the leadership style they use in their organization, and how others might perceive and react to that style
Relates leadership style to interpersonal relationships, teams, and organizational cultures
Identifies clients’ strengths and challenges in dealing with change and stress
Offers a personalized action plan to facilitate behavior change and performance improvement