- To inform participants and other stakeholders about the progress and outcomes of the MHP activities.
What Needs to be Done
Providing feedback is an essential part of implementing MHP. Participants and other stakeholders need to be informed about the process of implementing MHP and about its results. In addition, feedback needs to be obtained from participants and other stakeholders for the purposes of improving the quality of the MHP activities.
The purpose of this feedback is twofold:
- Participants (or their representatives) should be informed of progress as a means of ensuring their continued participation. In addition, feedback from participants can be used as a source of information for improving MHP activities
- Other stakeholders (in particular, those internal to the organisation who have sanctioned the MHP programme, need feedback in order to ensure the continuation and development of the programme in the future.
Feedback may be provided formally or informally. For managerial stakeholders, it is important to ensure that reporting feasibilities are carried out while for participant stakeholders feedback should be both formal and informal – the formal element should be part of the communications strategy of the project while the informal feedback may take place when the opportunities arise.
Who is Involved?
The Project Manager is responsible for obtaining and providing feedback. They may be supported by the Project Team.