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Tools to grow people

Let’s get real is a framework that inspires reflection and intentional learning so health workers keep growing to meet the needs of the people they serve.

Let’s get real equips leaders to tailor professional development experiences to each health worker by offering a range of tools and resources. A capability framework specifically designed for the health sector, Let’s get real helps health workers regularly assess how their practice reflects the shared values, attitudes and seven Real Skills. This enables development of individual learning goals to build the knowledge and skills required to deliver services that improve the wellbeing of people and whānau with mental health and addiction needs.

I use it for professional development conversations with coordinators and clinical leads as part of their yearly cycle. If somebody isn’t really sure about where they want to focus on their development, it is good to be able to pull out the Let’s get real booklet and say… have a read through and be really honest with yourself about where you think you are. Clinicians often have their own professional competency frameworks so they’re covered for the technical aspects of their roles. But Let’s get real is value driven, which doesn’t exist, so I use it for myself as well.

— Evelien Post, Services manager, PACT Group

Applying Let’s get real to grow people

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