Learn more about Hidden Insights® through one of our events. These are usually run in partnership with other organisations. These are publicised here and through our newsletter, so sign up to our “news in your in-box”.
Our workshops are interactive and engaging. They offer “real world” examples and plenty of takeaways in the form of case studies, good questions to ask and practical facilitation tips. Scroll down for examples of recent workshops.
We have run workshops for the Department of Health board, the Home Office, the National College of School Leadership/Virtual Staff College, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Cambridgeshire County Council, NHS Institute and the European Organisational Design Forum among others.
Big benefits from small interventions – joint workshop with London Excellence
Thursday 20th October, 5:45pm to 7:30pm, London W1
Join us to learn how small interventions can make a significant difference to results. This event will be hosted by Fujitsu Services at their Baker Street offices.
The LondonExcellence philosophy has always been one of the sharing of good business practice through peer learning and peer support. In these challenging times, where budgets are tight, there has never been a greater need to be able to leverage maximum benefits for minimum costs.
We will share examples of how some organisations have done just that, using simple but powerful techniques. Jane Lewis introduces case studies and some tools that will help you to find, grow and spread hidden solutions and create significant change within existing resources (or less). This is all done in a way that engages and focuses your people.
For more information and to book your place: download pdf file
Book before 15th October – Global Positive Deviance Conference
Monday 31st October – Thursday 3rd November 2016, Copenhagen – Global Conference, celebrating 25 years of Positive Deviance.
With founders of positive deviance Monique Sternin and Marian Zeitlin. Keynote speakers include Richard Pascale and Keith Grint, and many practitioners will be facilitating workshop and practical sessions, including Jane Lewis. The conference is being organised by Lars Thuesen of WIN.
Hidden Insights update and “pick’n’mix” workshop
25th November 2016, Broadway House, Tothill Street, London SW1; 10.00 – 16.00
We warmly invite Hidden Insights sponsors and practitioners to join us to share their own Hidden Insights with others who are just starting the journey. Hear from:
Kerrie Tonks, of Cambridgeshire County Council Youth Offer, about what has been achieved on the deprived Oxmoor Estate and
Julie Tidbury of West Sussex County Council, about how she used core Hidden Insights principles to define a new Youth Emotional Support service and raise £3m funding for it.
We will look at new developments with Hidden Insights, including our train the trainer pack, introduce new updates for existing practitioners, and new tools and techniques for everyone. There will be a “think-tank” session led by sponsors on where we should be going. The day is short enough to allow a visit to the Christmas lights afterwards…..
Click here for the outline, download pdf file which will flex to meet participant needs.
Places for sponsors and practitioners are free, for others we are charging at just over cost (£95 + VAT).
Boosting engagement and productivity with positive deviance – joint workshop with CIPD Sussex Branch
Tuesday 10th January 2017, 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Brighton
How leaders can harness the hidden abilities and diversity of their teams to deliver big changes from small differences – within the same resources or less.
This interactive workshop shows how leaders can uncover and harness hidden “treasure” in your organisation, to do more with less. We will introduce a simple process and underlying principles, that liberate latent skills and effective behaviours.
We’ll share a couple of the key tools and take you through some case studies. These will show how, by turning traditional thinking about the role of leaders on its head, you can exceed expectations of performance, create sustainable performance improvements and an engaged workforce.
More information: download pdf file
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See below for some examples of past events, and supporting resources.