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Organisational Network Analysis: The Future of People Analytics

28 February 2020 at 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Please be advised this training event is now fully booked, if you would like to be added to the waiting list please email


Organisational Network Analysis (ONA) is a cutting-edge analysis and development tool to provide insight into real workplace relationships and organisational structure.

ONA is a way to identify the hidden informal networks and relationships between individuals, the ‘social capital’ of an organisation. ONA also helps individuals understand their ‘Social Quotient’ – their own social capital and style within an employee network.

Above and beyond the individualistic approach to performance, ONA is the next generation of psychometric, a ‘sociometric’ tool to identify hidden talent/HiPos, dissolve silos, improve collaboration, increase knowledge transfer, cultivate innovation, improve team and individual performance, manage change, and plan succession.

Recent research of OD, L&D and HR leaders shows that ONA is the People Analytic trend that they want to learn most about and believe is most practical, compared to other trends such as EQ, recruitment analytics and game-based assessment.

This workshop is designed for anyone who is interested in understanding and utilising ONA as People Analytics, OD, L&D and HR tool.

Key takeaways will include:

1) Understanding what ONA is.
2) Understanding how ONA works, including setting up and delivering an ONA project.
3) How to interpret the analysis, visualisations and key metrics of ONA.
4) How to integrate ONA into OD/L&D/HR projects for succession planning, knowledge transfer, change management, performance improvement and employee engagement.
5) What are the tangible benefits and ROI that ONA solutions offer.



Marcus Gee

Marcus is an Organisational Psychologist with Mentis Consulting, and began his career working at UCL with one of the world’s most renowned Organisational Psychologists and Practitioners, Professor Adrian Furnham.

Marcus is a subject matter expert in the areas of sociometrics, psychometrics and personality psychology and has trained over 200 people in the use of Hogan Personality Assessments. He has extensive experience of applying psychology with large organisations across the UK, Europe, MENA and APAC.

Marcus has co-authored a number of book chapters and peer reviewed academic articles, on topics as diverse as HR Analytics, Employee Motivation, Body Language, Mental Health and Statistics.

Marcus is a Practitioner with the ABP, and holds certificates in a variety of psychometric tools and their applications; including BPS Level A + P; Hogan Level 1 + Advanced Practitioner; and NEO.

Marcus’ current areas of research interest include organisational network analysis (ONA) and corporate psychopathy.


Date, Times and Venue

28th February 2020

10am – 4.30pm

The Linnean Society of London

Burlington House






Other info

Refreshments will be provided.

Max no of delegates: 20



This training is sponsored in part by TalentLens, which allows us to offer extremely competitive training rates to our members. Talentlens is part of Pearson plc, the world’s learning company and global market leader in assessments. This international talent assessment business uses psychometrics to help organisations select and develop top performers and high potential. Supported by over 70 years of research, Talentlens tests are used by hundreds of companies around the world for their employee recruitment and development. Please take a moment to visit their pages at and follow them on Twitter @talentlens

ABP members: £100 (ex VAT)

ABP Student members: £50 (ex VAT)

Non members: £225 (ex VAT)

If, for unlikely circumstances, the ABP should cancel this workshop, you will be fully refunded of your fee. However, the ABP will not be responsible for any costs you may have incurred for accommodation, food and travelling.

We advise you save this workshop in your diary once you register.




28 February 2020
10:00 am - 4:30 pm
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