Date(s) - 29/02/2024
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
After 3 years 9 months, four studies and something over 88,000 words of dissertation, Dr Jackie Le Fevre’s research into the nature and benefits of conscious connection to values can be boiled down into six key findings with implications for values practice.
In this session Jackie will share those six points and invite discussion about making the most of this ‘new knowledge’.
A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants in good time ahead of the session.
Dr Jackie Le Fevre is Founder and Director of Magma Effect Limited, a UK based company that specialises in values based approaches to working with individuals, teams and organisations. She is also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire where she has recently completed a PhD on the topic of values and wellbeing.
In 2013 working with the University of Liverpool and Merseyside Disability Federation Jackie completed a significant study of organisational culture and its relationship to the development and delivery of social care services. Jackie’s first book “Braver Than You Think – female perspectives on courage” was published in 2008.
She is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and a member of the CMI Subject Matter Experts Group with a particular focus upon values and culture, and is a founding member of the UK Values Alliance.