Category: Assessment in Practice

Independent and in Control: a New Twist on a Familiar IDI Score Combination

By on Thursday August 2, 2018

The Individual Directions Inventory (IDI) is a tool that never ceases to amaze me. One of the primary reasons for this is the fact that it continuously allows me to learn about people’s complexity and how motivational drives manifest themselves in seemingly infinite combinations. Even more fascinating is how these combinations of motivational forces may […]

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