Limited involvement

Peer involvement is a delicate issue.  If not done well, it may frustrate peers and can possibly damage more than it benefits.  As such, even well-intended but poorly delivered participation approaches can be counterproductive if the dynamics of ownership and power-sharing are not properly managed.

 

This is especially the case if peers feel that that they are not adequately supported or that they are promoting someone else’s agenda.  The result may be that they lose interest in involvement and leave the programme.

So again:   a plea for meaningful involvement see: BACKGROUND/Meaningful involvement