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Document Category: Adaptive Leadership
Working effectively with a variety of stakeholders impacted by a change requires a diverse set of competencies which is why this microlearning on this critical adaptive leadership behavior is chock-full of resources.
This issue focuses on integrating the concepts and tools of adaptive leadership into training and technical assistance (TTA) work, exercising adaptive leadership on the frontlines, and using adaptive leadership concepts in continuous quality improvement systems.
Designed for experienced child welfare supervisors, the core curriculum consists of the Introductory Module and 5 subsequent online modules corresponding with the NCWWI Leadership Model. Total online time is 21 hours. The curriculum follows two tracks: developing leadership skills through a personal learning plan and developing a Change Initiative within a supervisor’s sphere of influence.
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 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.
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.
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 …
This microlearning (5 minutes) explains the difference between technical and adaptive challenges, and describes the seven major behaviors identified by Heifetz and his co-authors that can help individuals address challenges and manage change successfully.