What is Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation?

Legal Definition
Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO) is a theory of interpersonal relations, introduced by William Schutz in 1958. This theory mainly explains the interpersonal interactions of a local group of people. The theory is based on the belief that when people get together in a group, there are three main interpersonal needs they are looking to obtain – affection/openness, control and inclusion. Schutz developed a measuring instrument that contains six scales of nine-item questions, and this became version B (for "Behavior"). This technique was created to measure how group members feel when it comes to inclusion, control, and affection/openness or to be able to get feedback from people in a group.
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Legal Definition
Human interaction theory. Uses primary dimensions of inclusion, control and affection. Scored on a scale of 09, a person is measured on expectations from others and communication to others. Each employee likely has different motivators for performing well. Allegedly assists companies in managing various types of employees.