The DifferenceIntrapersonal includes any thought process that occurs in your head without necessarily being communicated outward. For example, working quietly at your desk on a document as opposed to working with others to create the same document. Intrapersonal thought is a basis for productivity, creativity, problem solving, decision making and learning.Interpersonal includes any thought process that is social such that it involves communicating to others. For example, designing a product as a team with everyone contributing ideas. Interpersonal processes are a basis for relationship building, collaborative work, politics, negotiation and learning.
|Intrapersonal vs Interpersonal|
A thought process that occurs within an individual's mind without being communicated externally.
A process that involves communicating to others.
Internal monologueReading to someone.Solving a problem with your own thoughts.
DialogueReading to yourself.Solving a problem together with someone.