This 1-pager summarizes a study where authors interviewed 16 regional- and state-level public child welfare agency administrators representing 13 states on the inequities they see in the child welfare system, the major challenges they’ve experienced advancing antiracist practice, and strategies they believe will be successful in moving the field forward.
Document Category: Workforce Development Planning
According to QIC-WD sites the keys to good implementation are to slow down, gain buy-in, and build a strong implementation team.
The Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD) is dedicated to understanding how to improve child welfare workforce outcomes.
An overview of generational differences in the workplace and strategies organizations can take to address it.
This brief discusses the current workforce crisis and provides recommendations on ways child welfare programs can enhance their recruitment efforts.
The authors developed a culturally responsive leadership framework (CRLF) to address context, distributive leadership, and cultural responsiveness. Examining these elements strengthens an organization’s ability to meet the changing needs of employees and communities and helps leaders create inclusive environments for diverse stakeholders.
This infographic describes how child welfare organizations can center child welfare worker well-being to better support children and families.
This flyer provides an overview of the New Jersey Safe and Sound Culture, including definitions of the Five Rs of Safe and Sound.
Held on May 26, 2022, this learning exchange focused on how universities and agencies engage social work students and graduates as emerging leaders. Panelists shared examples from partnerships in Arkansas and Erie County (NY).
This guide provides an overview of evaluation activities and resources that a state, county, tribal, or private child welfare agency can use to evaluate their delivery of the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) Leadership Academy.