In this meeting, the general innovations brainstormed at the previous meeting will be compared along the lines of feasibility and acceptability. The Implementation Team will choose the general innovation to be implemented through a consensus-based process.
The Implementation Team will brainstorm a list of innovations they would be interested in implementing, starting with the list of actions provided in their chosen sub-guideline. To help move towards a choice, these will be compared to determine which are most acceptable and feasible
Meeting 4 – Choosing a sub-guideline to focus on for recovery-transformation of services and systems
Through a series of consensus-building exercises that allow for individual expression, the Implementation Team will be guided towards choosing a sub-guideline to prioritise and focus on for implementation.
Implementation Teams will consider, through a range of engaging exercises, what the organisation is already doing, or what more could be done to implement the third and fourth sub-guidelines in Chapter 6. 6C is about developing organisational partnerships that support recovery, and 6D about creating a recovery-oriented workforce.
The goal of the meeting is for the teams to consider, through a range of engaging exercises, what the organisation is already doing, or what more could be done to implement the first two sub-guidelines in Chapter 6. 6A is about recovery-oriented culture, mission and values, and 6B is about valuing and incorporating experiential knowledge.
The first step for the Walk the Talk toolkit facilitator is to work with an ad hoc planning committee made up of managers, CEOs and directors of the organisation. Their role is to lay the groundwork for establishing the Implementation Team.