Positive deviants are people who diverge from the norm in constructive ways. They make the world a better place. If you’re a positive deviant, this blog is for you.

Case study: Learning without reading

A team of agricultural workers is in conflict. They need to learn how to manage …
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Case study: Overcoming stage fright

A team of volunteers is presenting training on parenting skills. The scripts they have been …
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Case study: Facing violent customers

Library staff are feeling unsafe following an assault on a colleague at the exit door.  …
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Case study: Burning out

A team of youth workers is burning out. Constant organisational change and the demands of …
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Case study: Developing political skills

A team of scientists wants to motivate and inspire staff who are embarking on careers …
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Case study: Assessing team dynamics

 If you want better results with people, spending time building rapport can reap great results …
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Case study: Making positive change

Sean was preparing to announce the relocation of the company’s head office. Some staff might …
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Case study: Dealing with difficult people

Kiera and Jason didn’t get on. Annette, their supervisor, tried to sort things out. But …
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