Helen Bevan's Tweets of the Week: June 9, 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. Interested in social movements? The slides and recordings from this excellent webinar are available through the link below. While the talk focused on the NHS, the learning is relevant to any sector.

  2. Posted in the context of the General Election, but relevant to change agents every day.

  3. This fab sketchnote is relevant to change agents as well as students (or anyone on a learning journey).

  4. An interesting, and counterintuitive way to reduce A&E waiting times.

  5. The Horizons team works with a 'flipped learning' approach, which means working socially and experientially rather than traditional more passive methods.

  6. If you're interested in why we post on social media, and the impact it has on society consider enrolling on this free online course, starting on June 12:

  7. Why graphics are so much better than lots of text for effective communication:

  8. Nine ways to help anyone learn through mistakes (not just students). A learning climate means having the confidence to try - with the knowledge that failing is part of trying, and learning from those mistakes leads to success.

  9. A process for setting out your short, medium, and long-term goals: as well as how you are going to achieve them.

  10. Evidence suggests monitoring your progress towards achieving your goals is just as important as setting them in the first place: here are three tips to help you.

  11. Getting people to adopt knowledge is much harder than getting them to supply it:

  12. Evidence shows we get better outcomes when we work with people who aren't like us - how can we get the best out of diverse teams?

  13. How do we unlock the potential of diverse teams?

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