Helen Bevan's Tweets of the Week: March 16, 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.


  1. I can't believe we're in to the final week of the School for Change Agents already! The energy from all the participants has been incredible, thank you. Module 5 is today - don't forget all resources are available on our website theedge.nhsiq.nhs.uk/school/

  2. During Module 4 we talked about intrinsic/extrinsic motivation: here is a nice piece about intrinsic motivation at work.

  3. Learning from the world's most successful social movements:

  4. We need more of the fierce urgency of now in health and care.

  5. Feeling safe and supported is critical to innovation and change. Yet another reminder (though I am sure you don't need it!) to be nice!

  6. Another reason why bosses should care for their staff:

  7. Understand your impact on others: what do people believe about themselves after spending time with you?

  8. An interesting reflection:

  9. A classification of the different kinds of reflection

  10. Are you a micromanager? Here are some warning signs:

  11. There's rarely any such thing as 'overnight success' - there is usually a rollercoaster of challenges behind it.

  12. We can be afraid to try new things for fear of failing...and we don't like to be told we are failing (who does?). But as long as we learn from our failures, we can achieve more.