This activity will help you model self-care to others. It is a part of the NCWWI Leadership Tool Kit.
Document Category: Leadership
This tool kit is your opportunity to develop and practice your leadership skills so that you can positively impact children, families, and your community. A leadership development plan, built from a competency-based framework, and based on a self-assessment, will guide you in developing the critical leaderships skills necessary for success.
On September 28, 2021. a panel hosted by NCWWI and CWLA presented helpful steps that emerging leaders can take to promote their own growth and development of critical leadership skills in their existing position or program and share concrete ways organizations can support emerging leaders. The recording of the event is available here: https://vimeo.com/618222458
Child welfare systems across the country are looking for opportunities to move upstream and offer proactive support to children and families. In this Q&A, David Sanders reflects on his career as the leader of child protection agencies in Hennepin County, Minnesota, and Los Angeles County, California, as well as his experience at Casey Family Programs, …
The National Child Welfare Workforce Institute’s (NCWWI) Leadership Competency Framework, updated in 2020, provides a model to develop, guide, and evaluate leadership at all levels within a child welfare program. This guide provides indicators of proficiency for all of the framework’s competencies at the executive, manager, supervisor, and caseworker levels.
This document summarizes a study that evaluated a 360 feedback and assessment process for child welfare leaders who particpated in the NCWWI Leadership Academy for Middle Managers.
This introduction describes four skills that help leaders to achieve better and more equitable results. The skills are part of Results Count™, the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s competency-based approach to leadership development. Through Results Count, leaders can develop and practice these skills over time to become more powerful and effective in their work. The skills …
This webinar is the third of a 4-part national mini-series, Making a Difference: NCWWI Impact & Lessons Learned (2008-2013) and shares the stories of Leadership Academy for Middle Managers (LAMM) alumni, and what they have learned about sustainable systems change, change management and leadership in the field of child welfare that can apply to current …
This webinar, the final session in the NCWWI 4-part national webinar mini-series, Making a Difference: NCWWI Impact & Lessons Learned (2008-2013), tells the story of the development, implementation and impact of the Leadership Academy for Supervisors, an online training program for experienced child welfare supervisors.
This document provides a series of activities to cultivate the leadership competencies from the NCWWI Leadership Model and Competency Framework to accomplish transfer of learning. The concept of transfer of learning is explained along with an example of activities from the toolkit.