Helen Bevan's Tweets of the Week January 3, 2017

Horizons' Chief Transformation Officer Helen Bevan is an influential Twitter user. Her feed, followed by tens of thousands of users, curates a wealth of insights, knowledge, and information about transformation in health and care from other thought leaders across the world.

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  1. Happy New Year! I hope you enjoyed the festive period. Again, a HUGE thank you to all the dedicated people who keep the health and care system going every single day of the year.

  2. If a goal for 2017 is to make change happen, to get involved, to make a difference, find out more about the next intake for the School for Change Agents (it used to be called the School for Health and Care Radicals; we are currently working on giving it a revamp for the next round, which starts next month).

  3. Sharing Sheffield: an outstanding blog outlining a blueprint for sustainable transformation plans (STPs) and others leading place-based transformation.

  4. Have you made any New Year's Resolutions? This fab sketchnote might help you to structure your thinking around what you would like to achieve in 2017.

  5. Want to make changes to your life in 2017? Be brave!

  6. If you struggle to keep your resolutions, here's an helpful idea to help you achieve your goal, and create sustainable change.

  7. The Confidence Triangle: three common factors help build confidence. This could be useful for you in achieving your 2017 goals (whether or not you define yourself as a leader).

  8. Social media creates the most incredible networks - let's build on these during 2017.

  9. Not convinced about how social media can help improve health and social care? Read this!

  10. What's a Barcamp exactly? It's a self-organised conference; good to learn about as we are moving towards more online collaboration.

  11. Hate networking? This article looks at three ways leaders approach making connections.

  12. "Collaboration is no longer a choice, but an imperative."

  13. If you hate icebreakers here are some alternatives for making connections at gatherings.

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