Individual / Interpersonal Process Interventions

Individual / interpersonal process interventions aim at improving organizational performance by developing specific skills and mind sets of individuals. Given its nature, these OD interventions are the most personalized of all, and probably the most widely used by organizations. The most common examples of this type of interventions are learning strategies, life transitions, mentoring, and interpersonal communications, among other. The following interventions are part oft he individual/interpersonal process interventions:

  • Learning strategies

  • Life transitions

  • Mentoring

  • Interpersonal

  • communications

  • Coaching

  • Work-Life-Balance

  • Health Managment/Stress Management

  • Personal values and believes

  • Performance management

  • Ressource linking