Benefits of IBI Groups

Many people will use the Inclusive Behaviors Inventory (IBI) as part of a group training or facilitated session. Some of the benefits of using the IBI in groups include:

  • Building an IBI Group allows administrators to manage the communication around using the IBI;
  • It provides insight for administrators into the progress of their group members;
  • It allows administrators to access individual and group reports;
  • A group report is automatically generated averaging all the group members' scores.

Creating IBI Groups

The video will walk you through the process of creating an IBI Group.

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Note: As a best practice, we recommend contacting your group members first to let them know they will be receiving an Inclusive Behaviors Inventory Invitation shortly. The invitation will be sent by email and comes from "The Aperian Team" at

Here is a written description of the steps shown in the video.

    1. From the Aperian Dashboard, launch the Inclusive Behaviors Inventory (IBI).
    2. Click Create Group.
    3. Enter a Group Name. Choose something that will be recognizable to your group members.
    4. Add a custom message. You have the option to include a personal message in your group invitation. The same message will be sent to all group members. Learn more about this feature.
    5. Enter the email addresses of the people you wish to invite. Note: Recipients must use the same email address entered here to be able to accept the invitation and access the IBI.
    6. Click Add Another Group Member and enter the addresses for as many group members as needed.
    7. When finished, click Save and Send Invitations. This will create your group and send invitations by email to all group members.

You will be redirected to the new group's page. From this page, you can view all pending members, members who have joined the group, and view group owners. Read more about Managing Your Groups, or read more about the Group Member's experience.

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