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Let’s get real describes the values, attitudes, knowledge and skills for everyone working in health to improve outcomes for people and whānau who experience mental health and addiction needs. [Find out more about Let’s get real]
Let’s get real helps you understand what improvements are needed to:
Let’s get real can be used in several ways to achieve the improvements you want for your service. Organisations have used Let’s get real to build the capability of workers and to apply it to their organisational systems and processes.
This guide for leaders can help you bring Let’s get real to life in your service. The guide consists of a process divided into four stages. By following each of these and involving key stakeholders including people and whānau who access your service, staff, management, your local community, you will increase your chances of achieving successful and sustainable change. Each stage has links to several resources to help with planning for your use of Let’s get real.
Video Watch Haehaetu Barrett, Te Arawa, Ngati Whakaue, describe how as a leader, she has used Let’s get real to develop service improvements at Lifewise Trust, Bay of Plenty.