An interactive approachOne central ambition in Guidance in the Workplace is to organise joint learning in the project between the evaluator, co-ordinator, promoter, the partners (national project leaders), the guidance counsellors, the employees, and the employers in all the participating countries involved. An interactive research approach will be used. Research will be done together with – not on – the participants. In this way the research can get a perspective from ‘inside’ that is useful both for the scientific documentation and for the development of a good practice. Part of the project meetings will be organised as seminars where different results, practices and testing procedures will be discussed. Summaries of the discussions will be made and disseminated to the participants for comments. Data about the testing of guidance methods will be collected during the last part of the project by the participants, through case studies and study visits. This also ensures continuous dissemination of results among the partner countries.