Large and small corporations use the IDI for individual and small team development as well as large-scale organizational assessment.
As a large international retail company, Dollar General used the IDI to make data-informed decisions that helped them work towards fostering an inclusive environment where every employee feels valued, respected, and supported.
Around 50 Qualified Administrators in Human Resources and business units facilitate organizational development through Debriefs of IDI data with groups and individuals
As part of their leadership development at Dollar General, about 1,000 director-level staff have taken the IDI and identified their inclusive leadership journey
Leaders of all levels actively engaged with the IDI and focused on their personal growth to identify ways they could contribute to the organization's mission to serve others through embracing differences
The IDI is widely used in universities, colleges, and school districts with faculty, staff, and students for a variety of programs including faculty and staff development; student assessment and development; and study abroad and other programming.
A variety of non-profit organizations use the IDI for individual and small team development to improve intercultural competency.
The IDI is used in all levels of government agencies to help individuals and groups achieve their intercultural competency goals.