Executive Office of the President Uses FIRO-B for Team Development
To provide the President of the United States with the support that he or she needs to govern effectively, the Executive Office of the President (EOP) was created in 1939 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The EOP has responsibility for tasks ranging from communicating the President’s message to the American people to promoting our trade interests abroad.
Overseen by the White House Chief of Staff, the EOP has traditionally been home to many of the President’s closest advisors, including the Council of Economic Advisers, the Council on Environmental Quality, the National Security Council, the Office of Management and Budget, the Office of National Drug Control Policy and many more. With all these important advisors working together, you can bet that at some time or another, their priorities will not all align and teamwork would be crucial. But did you know that the Executive Office of the President also has a Chief Learning Officer? The CLO serves as a program analyst primarily responsible for implementing Office of Management and Budget’s comprehensive learning strategy and managing the learning and development program, among other things.
Through TechValidate, our third party research platform, we recently learned a little more about how the EOP is using the FIRO-B® assessment in their learning and development program. Take a look at the case study below to learn more: