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Helen Bevan
Chief Transformation Officer . Seeking ideas, inspiration, learning & connections for large scale change in health & care. All views are my own.
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Helen Bevan 14h
Many people I connect with on Twitter are big fans of the Cynefin model for making sense of complex change. Dave & friends have just launched the first book on Cynefin & its multiple applications & contexts. Here's a free extract: Thanks
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
We probably laugh at different things in the era of . Cartoon by
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
Yesterday I tweeted about the principles of "radical listening" in an article by : Today has posted an image of the same powerful ideas as a sketchnote. I love the serendipity of Twitter
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
Replying to @preceptormel
Point well made Melanie. Never underestimate the power of reactance :)
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
Replying to @colincoulthard
Hi Colin. I think we are saying the same thing :)
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
Hi Yvonne. Tomorrow, will be taking over Prerana's Twitter account for . Can you encourage colleagues from across the North East to support Ollie & join in with his discussion? He will be tweeting as .
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
It's great to see taking over Prerana Issar's Twitter account tomorrow as part of . I know you & others from will want to support Ollie & join in his conversation. He'll be tweeting as .
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
Great to see this. What I love about you Agatha is that you can really challenge the status quo & unacceptable mindsets & behaviours but you do it in such a powerful way, with gravitas, that takes people with you. You are a brilliant leadership role model to many people :)
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
Our NHS Chief People Officer has organised a takeover of her Twitter account for the next three days. Monday is , Tuesday is & Wednesday is . Please join in the discussion with these colleagues.
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Helen Bevan Oct 25
We can choose how we go about change in organisations. We can a) start by drawing boxes on a whiteboard (not recommended) or b) communicate the context/problems to those affected & give them the space to solve those problems. The SCARF model helps with b):
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Helen Bevan Oct 24
It's a fantastic article Saras and as you can see, it is getting the great response it deserves on Twitter. Thank you :)
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Helen Bevan Oct 24
Twelve techniques to help us learn faster, understand & remember more of what we learn. When we're creating "learning systems", how can we build more of these kind of techniques in so we link individual learning with system learning? By
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Helen Bevan Oct 24
How to practice radical listening. We each have our own set of preconceived biases/stereotypes/perceptions based on our experiences. Radical listening leads to understanding beyond that experience. It's an important skill for leading change: By
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Helen Bevan Oct 24
Replying to @LynneWinstanley
Lynne, your love of your family just shines through and is inspiring to lots of us who read your tweets. What a wonderful gift you are giving to your mum. Helen x
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Helen Bevan Oct 23
Last month, Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix called remote working/WFH a "pure negative". This article is the best I've seen showing both sides of the case for /against remote working, quoting the latest research +/- remote working. Worth a read: Via
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Helen Bevan Oct 23
'Tweets of the Week' is a curation of the team's best tweets from the past 7 days. Read the latest issue here: Beautifully curated by &
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Helen Bevan Oct 23
That's fantastic. Have a brilliant day all. I wish it wasn't my last working day before leave or I would love to come and join you in some of the sessions :)
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Helen Bevan Oct 22
Empathy: the ability to step into the shoes of another person, aiming to understand their feelings & perspectives, & use that understanding to guide our actions. Empathy makes better leaders. How empathetic are you? Take the empathy quiz: TY
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Helen Bevan Oct 22
There's growing appreciation of the importance of psychological safety: a shared belief held by members of a team that the team will not embarrass, reject or punish you for speaking up. suggests it develops in four stages: Where are your teams?
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Helen Bevan Oct 22
Replying to @JBVISTA @LizGoold
We are doing Open Space work on Teams. We just create links for the different topics and people go where they want. It's harder but possible. I'm not anti-Teams; we have to work with what we have & make it work for us
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