When working with teams, the FIRO-B can provide useful insights into how each person likes to work with others. The items below are quite likely to be true for you the higher your score on a scale is. If you scored at seven or above, you probably demonstrate these behaviors very often. If you scored two or less, you probably rarely do these things. Of course, those in the middle will likely do them to varying degrees, depending on the situation.
This time we'll discuss Wanted Inclusion and how people with high scores are likely to act on a team.
Those who score highest on Wanted Inclusion will often seek out facts and information from others. These people will likely joke around a lot with the rest of the team, and can attempt to focus attention on themselves. They will usually let others know about their talents, abilities, connections, insights, etc., all with the goal of showing they are unique. People with high scores on this scale often want a balance between individual and team efforts in the group. They will likely attempt to get others to participate in introductions, discussions, and other types of team activities. In general, they will try to get others to express Inclusion as much as possible.
Most people will share the above traits to some degree. However, it's likely that this style will dominate for some people more than others. Your score on the scales should indicate which style is the preferred one for you.