FIRO-B® and The FIRO Business®: How Your Best-Fit Needs Preference Equate to On-the-Job and Personal Success

In Business and Leadership, FIRO, Leadership, Resources by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

The differences between The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation Behavior Report  and The Fundamental Interpersonal Orientations Business Report  lies in the type of need each report measures. As stated in the Career Assessment Site Blog entitled, “The Firo Assessments: Honing in on Your Interpersonal Wants and Needs,” the FIRO-B® test measures your need for Inclusion, Control, and Affection. On the other hand, … Read More

MBTI® Test Decision Making Style Report : Individual and Team Growth

In MBTI, Personality Type by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

MBTI® Test and the Decision Making Style Report Are you confronted with a major decision, yet find yourself having a tough time coming to a decision? Do you find yourself confronting decisions with positivity, though along the way you find yourself having difficulties with decision-making? Do you tend to conform and use other people’s decision-making styles because you are unsure … Read More

The FIRO-B® Test: Honing in on Your Interpersonal Wants and Needs

In FIRO by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation-Behavior assessment, also known as the FIRO-B® test, was originally created by William Shutz in 1958. Shutz believed that we all have needs that exist in varying degrees over and above our basic needs for food, clothing and shelter. His work and conclusions rallied around the thesis that our interpersonal relations and how we want to interact … Read More

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Test (MBTI® Test) Personality Type Dichotomies

In MBTI, Personality Type, Resources by Jonathan Bollag, Owner and Founder

Explanation of the 16 MBTI test personality types and how they differ The 16 personality types, of which the Myers-Briggs® test is based, include four pairs of opposite characteristics, including Introversion or Extroversion, thinking-feeling, Sensing or Intuition, and Perceiving or Judging. An introverted person would usually have the tendency to prefer to learn from books and the written word as opposed to … Read More