COVID-19: Our in-person workshops and events have been postponed or cancelled, but we are actively working to find other ways to deliver these sessions. For information about particular events, please see our Initiatives pages, or contact us directly by email at info@tepou.co.nz.

COVID-19: Our in-person workshops and events have been postponed or cancelled, but we are actively working to find other ways to deliver these sessions. For information about particular events, please see our Initiatives pages, or contact us directly by email at info@tepou.co.nz.

Orientation

Purpose for including Let’s get real in orientation strategy and processes

  • All new staff have an understanding of the expectations of Let’s get real and how this needs to be demonstrated in their practice.
  • Staff can assess themselves against the seven Real Skills to identify strengths and areas for development through the use of Real Skills assessment tool.
  • Share information on how colleagues are developing their knowledge and skills to reflect the seven Real Skills.

 

Outcomes

  • All health care workers understand how Let’s get real is used in the organisation.
  • There are clear expectations about the use of Let’s get real when introducing new staff into your organisation.
  • Staff are aware of the support available to them to develop their practice to demonstrate Let’s get real.

 

Examples of how to include Let’s get real in your orientation process

  • Utilise consistent protocols for welcoming new staff to your organisation, for example a whakatau.
  • During the orientation, explain how the seven Real Skills and the Let’s get real values and attitudes apply in this job.
  • Include the requirement for all new staff to utilise a Let’s get real assessment to inform their professional development.
  • Promote an understanding of values informed practice and how this is reflected in the organisation.
  • Let staff know ways to access support to develop their skills, and where they can acquire knowledge of Let’s get real.

 

Orientation resource examples