Individual Change Initiatives:
During the second module, Foundations of Leadership, participants choose an agency workforce Change Initiative. Jurisdictions provide direction as to appropriate change topics based on agency priorities and child welfare outcomes.
Who will need to learn more about the LAS in your jurisdiction in order to support the supervisors who participate? What regular communication will you want to have with supervisors who are making their way through the courses over 7-9 months to help them to stay engaged?
Ongoing To Participants
Many jurisdictions have held a ceremony for their LAS graduates.
Leadership Academy for Supervisors Learning Network (LASLN):
Each course module is followed by a 90 minute (minimum) live session facilitated by the jurisdiction. Outline and PowerPoints for each session are provided. The session outlines may be modified and expanded to meet the needs of the jurisdiction.
There are no grades given to LAS participants. Jurisdictions who wish to add some rigor to their LAS implementation process may choose to utilize this Rating Guide to rate and provide feedback to LAS participants on required worksheet assignments.
LAS Coaching Toolkit:
Jurisdictions who have resources to implement coaching specific to the LAS for participants will be able to more fully support transfer of learning.
Post Graduate Coaching