Get Started with IDI

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This plan is suitable for all individuals who want to develop in their roles. Start your development journey by creating an IDI profile. To create an IDI profile, you need to choose a role linked to a task and at least 3 other people you work with in the role whose perspective you will receive and create the IDI profile from.

Get started with IDI by choosing a role in which you want to develop. After that, you get to assess how you think others perceive you in that role. This gives you information about your intentions based on the spectrum of the dimensions we measure. 

You then invite get others perspectives on how you act in that role. This provides you with the outcome of your actions as perceived by those you work with in that role and context.

A value-neutral compilation of the outcome of your actions and your intentions is presented in an IDI profile. This provides valuable insights that helps you reflect on your own and others’ reasoning and kick-starts your development journey. 

Thereafter you get access to IDI Academy where various micro-courses help you learn more about how to increase your self-awareness and other-awareness. Becoming more aware helps you develop your sense of agency and make more informed decisions.


This plan is suitable for all types and sizes of groups. There are two ways to use the Group plan. There are several ways of using IDI for groups. One ways is where members of a group assess each other, this creates IDI profiles for each member based on the perspectives of the other members. Another way is to allows the members to choose which perspective to obtain, meaning which respondents to invite.

Everything in “Individual Plan” plus features that help groups and teams to enable conversations with a value-neutral common language and increase awareness of the groups interpersonal dynamic.

Learn about the groups interpersonal composition, which functional roles each person takes. Gain a better understanding of group members’ similarities and differences. Understand what focus you have in the group, identify which needs and motivations affect the group’s driving force. 

Understand the unspoken expectations that exist within the group. What kind of norms does these expectations create. Discover discrepancies between the group’s intentions and the outcomes of its actions. Shed light on the group’s disposition, what you favor and disfavor. Raise awareness of the undebatable.


Strategic support and guidance to get your people development started.

Everything in “Individual Plan” and “Group Plan” plus tools that help organizations gain insights into the composition of the interpersonal culture of the organisation. Enabling organizational consciousness.

Get an overveiw of the functional roles people take in the different contexts in which they operate. What does people focus on when it comes to people and tasks. How is advocacy and inquiry balanced within different groups and throughout the organization.

Enables perspective-taking on a larger scale. Contribute to reflective practice and increase awareness.


Dedicated expertise and support tailored for your organizations unique needs

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