ODI Specific Services

Intercultural Development Inventory

The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) assesses intercultural competence—the capability to shift cultural perspective and appropriately adapt behavior to cultural differences and commonalities. The Intercultural Development Inventory is a 50-item questionnaire available online that can be completed in 15–20 minutes.

If you are interested in using the IDI as a tool for your team, please submit the Request Form. The assessment can be administered and debriefed for your team by an IDI-Qualified Administrator affiliated with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) Consultation Model

  • Administer Assessment: An IDI-Qualified Administrator will arrange for the administration of the IDI to all members of a team/organization.

    Cost: $20 per person
  • Individual Debrief (up to 60 minutes): An IDI-Qualified Administrator will conduct a confidential individualized session to review the IDI results and initiate a personal development plan for intercultural competence.

    Cost: $150 per person
  • Group Debrief (1hr): A group debrief includes a group orientation to the IDI, a full debrief of the aggregate assessment outcomes, and a discussion of potential next steps.

    Cost: $250

R.I.D.E. Consults

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion offers consults to departments, organizations, and leadership teams to provide support for the R.I.D.E. Action planning process, specific to your team’s needs.

To initiate the consulting process, please complete an interest form. This form will ask for details about your team, action planning process, and engagement with the R.I.D.E. Framework and ODI programs and resources. Also in that interest form, you will schedule a 50-minute meeting. Please choose from the consult options listed below based upon the option that best fits your needs.

Consult Options

  • Action Planning Consult: This consult is designed for individuals who have already attended an “Inclusive Excellence for Leaders” workshop.  We will address specific departmental needs to work through the action planning process, which can include goal setting, prioritizing DEI, navigating challenging conversations, etc. This will assist teams in the early stages of strategic alignment with the R.I.D.E. Framework.
  • Prioritizing DEI Work: This consult addresses strategies to develop transparency and commitment to DEI work for teams in the early stages of the planning process.
  • Moving Your Action Plan Forward: You’ve got your targets and action plan, but haven’t had much success in moving your plan forward or following-through on RIDE initiatives. This consult is for leaders who have finished their action plan but seem to find there are barriers to continuing the work. We will review the action plan, address barriers to success, and work on creating a plan that allows your department to move forward with intentional action items.