This training course explores American Public Human Services Association’s success factors for facilitators and S.M.A.R.T. plan to trainers for improving current facilitation skills.
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This website for coaching in the field of child welfare provides access to information on how to learn and utilize several coaching skills, approaches, models, and foundational theories.
This document provides a list of substance abuse, child welfare, and domestic violence resources designed specifically for tribal communities. Keywords: Native American, American Indian
Designed for caseworkers, this 7-minute Quickbit explores how workers can contribute to, and benefit from, practicing in a results-oriented culture. The module provides specific strategies for looking at data in a worker’s caseload and how focusing on data-based decision making is important in contributing to the outcomes of children and families.
This training builds on the basics about Continuous Quality Improvement and what agencies and staff are doing towards creating a Continuous Quality Improvement environment. It also helps identify the elements needed to develop and maintain Continuous Quality Improvement in family support and child abuse prevention programs.
Leaders in a results-oriented culture look at data, interpret it, and take action to make changes to improve outcomes based on the information the data provide. In this 7-minute module, we explore the characteristics of a results-oriented culture and share strategies for developing and enhancing an organization culture focused on results.
The quality of supervision, clear performance expectations and a coherent, consistent performance management system are key factors in promoting commitment and retention of staff. At just under five minutes, this short module describes the importance of making performance management an on-going process and illustrates the parallel between performance management and child welfare practice.
Coaching is a critical strategy in transfer of learning and implementation of change. This one hour module offers supervisors the opportunity to improve their knowledge of coaching and the role of the supervisor in the coaching process. Interactive exercises are designed to increase knowledge and skills with specific coaching strategies.
This short course (9 minutes) reviews the stages of implementation as described in the framework developed by the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN).This implementation framework will help participants understand and manage the steps necessary for creating sustainable change.
At just over two minutes, this microlearning course provides an overview of the roles people play during different stages of change iplementation and suggests engagement strategies for each role. Completing this course will develop an individual’s leadership skills in the leading people and leading in context domains of NCWWI’s Leadership Model, and provides strategies that can …