Debriefing the project


In an effort to improve future endeavors, a post-project completion debrief and evaluation is developed by the facilitation team and approved by the convener team staff and working group leadership.

  • Questions in participant evaluations usually ask respondents to identify peak experiences, epiphanies, and assess the quality of the overall project design.
  • A separate debrief and evaluation process is targeted specifically to the convener team and includes a more technical assessment of facilitator/process strengths and weaknesses.
  • At the debrief, the facilitator may opt to offer an assessment of “next steps,” particularly when acting on these issues would likely benefit the larger community.
  • Ministerial loose ends are addressed to ensure that contract terms and conditions have been satisfactorily addressed as a precondition to receiving final payment for work completed.

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