Element B /FIRO B Interpersonal Skills and Relationship Orientation
Element B is the advanced version of FIRO B assessment. It is based on the FIRO (Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation) Theory of human interaction by Will Schutz. FIRO theory provides the foundation for understanding how to develop sustainable, high-trust, collaborative relationships. It measures three dimensions of behavior that are universal: inclusion, control, and openness. It is being used by hundreds of businesses worldwide and available in 15 languages. Element B is a stand-alone assessment, and when combined with Element F (Feelings) and S (Self-Concept), it is one of the most powerful instruments today for understanding and enhancing human relationships, and building trust and collaboration in the workplace.
D.I.S.C. – Communication and behavioral style
The D.I.S.C. Personality Profile Assessment profiles four primary behavioral styles: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness. Understanding one’s own patterns or style empowers people for interpersonal success. The DISC helps users see how they can build more effective communication with people of other styles, and it helps increase patience and tolerance, based on this understanding of self and others. At Esprit Global Learning we use the DISC as a key tool for personal growth, professional development – such as in sales and management – and for team communication and collaboration.
Enneagram – Personality assessment & personal identity
The Enneagram identifies nine personality types with their strengths and blind spots. It describes ways to recognize the behaviors of each type. It’s highly useful in the workplace because it helps understand others’ motivation, needs and concerns and their style of working and relating. This tool is used with leaders to work more effectively with direct reports, more senior leaders, clients and peers. It serves teams to build rapport, prevent & reduce conflict, and get things done. It can help any professional build self-awareness of one’s behavior and its impact on others, and assist to develop productive working relationships. We help clients use the Enneagram to recognize their own patterns of behavior, then become more attentive to others’ needs, and practice new ways of responding to others and situations by challenging their own assumptions and habits.