PART II

Positively Deviant

Being positively deviant is an approach to behavioral and social activities based on the belief that in any situation there is the opportunity to use uncommon, yet successful strategies that create positive solutions. These strategies are atypical to what most people would traditionally do and enable an increased opportunity for engagement to occur.

Positive deviance can be used in almost any environment and provides the opportunity for people to develop a vested interest in activities and organizations that might otherwise seem undesirable. By employing positive deviance in your business, school, community, or social group, the capacity to leverage engagement from yourself and others is available. Further, by leveraging ...

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