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.
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See below for some examples of past events, and supporting resources.
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10th International Critical Management Studies Conference – 2017, Edge Hill University - July 2017
Thanks to an invitation from Professor Arvind Singhal, of the University of Texas at El Paso and Hedmark University of Applied Sciences, Norway, Jane Lewis contributed a paper to Stream 46 – Deviance in Management and Organisation Studies.
Her paper is about how, even in highly regulated environments, it is possible to find examples of “positive deviance”. She explains how these can be harnessed to improve performance and solve tough problems, at minimal cost, drawing on her own experience, and the experiences of Merck, Goldman Sachs and a European bank.
The paper is written as a research paper, and a summary will soon be published on our website. Click on the icon to download the full paper. [Download not found]
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Boosting engagement and productivity with positive deviance - joint workshop with CIPD Sussex Branch - January 2017
Julie Tidbury and Jane Lewis facilitated an interactive session on positive deviance, and how it helped with staff engagement, productivity and evidence-based practice. Julie told how positive deviance, as Hidden Insights, had helped her reframe the way mental health services were offered to young people in West Sussex, and how the three key questions had helped her recruit a high quality team. She asked them about the small and practical ways that they had found to make a difference to young people’s lives.
This raised a lot of interest and we hope to do another session for the CIPD next year.
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