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.
Document Category: Adaptive Leadership
This 90-minute webinar explains the diagnostic framework for determining the adaptive challenge and how to mobilize the system to implement vision; and how to effectively deploy oneself and practical ways to use these concepts to improve outcomes for children, youth and families.
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.
This paper highlights a learning activity that demonstrates the principles of collaboration and the impact it has within the field of human services from a multidisciplinary framework. It gives participants the opportunity to gain valuable insight on functional and applicable methods of successful collaboration across disciplines.
This article describes a competency-based leadership development program in child welfare that has demonstrated effectiveness by developing a comprehensive competency model and using that model to design and deliver leadership training across the country.
This special issue of Training and Development in Human Services focuses on leadership development and includes articles on competency-based leadership development, leadership development for child welfare supervisors, and evaluation findings from an online leadership program for child welfare supervisors.
This document summarizes a NCWWI webinar that provides an in-depth exploration of the NCWWI’s Leadership Model for child welfare. Link to webinar is included.
Change is constant in our environment and in child welfare, in particular. Just under 8 minutes, this Quickbit describes the characteristics of permanent whitewater and offers strategies for navigating these rough waters; how people can keep the vision alive and stand in the gap of the creative tension between the vision and reality.
This presentation explores the impact of implicit bias on organizational functioning, training design and delivery, and the broader organizational culture and climate.
Heifetz and his co-authors identified seven major behaviors that can help you address challenges successfully and manage change. This microlearning (3 1/2 minutes) will focus on one of those – giving work back to the people. Completing this course will develop your leadership skills in the Leading in Context, Leading People and Leading for Results domains of NCWWI’s …