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Begin the data gathering process: collect additional information of historical background, employee environment, perceptions, and culture, community relations, etc.
Complete data gathering methods, analyze information and present findings to the client.
Give client the opportunity to evaluate the information presented to them; schedule a meeting for the following week to discuss intervention options/ next steps.
Proposal and Data Collection Phase
Design and Document Phase
Follow up & Debrief Phase
Create sample intervention ideas using the data gathered; focusing on the underlying issues.
Meet with the client to discuss options of interventions to implement, incorporating findings from research and data collection.
Review the desired changes and obtain client preferences for intervention.
Present final intervention choice to client. Schedule a meeting with key individuals involved in the decision-making process to hear, rebuttal, and contribute to the implementation choice.
Begin selected intervention: involving various members of the organization. Take extensive notes, modifying the process as necessary.
Collect information from the intervention method, analyze and develop a report to give the client. Present results of the selected intervention, explaining future implications.
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