The ID-Intercultural (Int), previously Intercultural Effectiveness (IET), is a tool that assesses the extent to which people are willing to take on roles in a culture different from their own. The test is a self-diagnostic tool and identifies comfort and risk zones that must be considered when assessing the relevance of working outside one’s country of origin. Cognitive, social, and emotional factors are assessed considering different cultures. The test is based on a conceptual approach and has been standardized by professionals and executives working abroad.


Available languages

French | English

Required time

1 hour


230 questions | Multiple Choice

Target audience

People of different hierarchical levels who plan to work abroad or with members of a cultural community different from their own.

Assessed Skills

Standard Report

Presents people’s results regarding the following five intercultural aspects:

- Cognitive aspects
- Social aspects
- Emotional aspects
- Areas of risk in relation to adaptability and commitment
- Personal cultural style

Key points

    • Quickly identify your candidates’ intercultural openness
    • Get instant results
    • Receive a simple yet detailed report outlining the intercultural openness of your candidates

Take even more advantage of

Combine the ID-Intercultural with the ID-Personality
to create a complete evaluation solution.

Combine the ID-Intercultural with the training plans
to ensure a professional development process.