Tools to build teams

Let’s get real tools help teams understand their collective strengths and identify areas for development to achieve a shared vision.

Let’s get real is most effective when used consistently across people practices in an organisation. When leaders and teams are united in their commitment to Let’s get real it provides a shared understanding of the collective values, attitudes and skills required to work with people and whānau with mental health and addiction needs. This results in a more collaborative health workforce focused on taking action to improve the wellbeing of every person who accesses services.

There were some tensions. There were places where there had been some stuff going on and we were able to use the workshops to tease that out, bring it back to a values-based conversation and really get some resolutions.

— Dave Burnside, Learning & development lead, Odyssey (Auckland)

Applying Let’s get real to build teams

Use these tools and resources to help you embed Let’s get real into your organisational people processes

Assess team strengths Build high performing teams Resolve team tension
Seven Real Skills Team action plan template Values in action cardsguidance and cards to use with workforces to take a values informed approach to practice.
Real Skills Online assessment tool Let’s get real wellbeing resources for health workers

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