Organisations embed aspects of collaborative cultures in staff orientation, professional development, position descriptions and responsibilities.
- Promoting partnership as everyone’s business, from senior leadership team to frontline staff.
- Assisting staff to develop collaborative relationships with people with lived experience of mental health issues to deliver appropriate, specific and personalised interventions.
- Building multidisciplinary teams’ capability to understand clinical needs and strengths, the risks or triggers for harm or deterioration.
- Supporting cultural transformation in the workplace, where staff believe in co-designing and delivering solutions.