During a corporate intervention the focus is on the employee. This intervention comes from a place of admiration and respect rather than love. Employers and coworkers involved in this intervention admire the addict’s professional capabilities and wish to keep the individual as an employee. This intervention is less emotional than a family intervention and is typically shorter with less emphasis on therapeutic teams. The goal is to avoid difficult relationships with no confrontation or embarrassing. This process is a collaborative effort between employers and the interventionist.