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Access engaging, interactive online learning that builds skills in leadership, workforce development, and change implementation. These tools are available to anyone and can be used by supervisors and managers (coaching & team meetings), training departments (pre-work, transfer strategies, optional courses & staff newsletters), faculty and implementation teams (to provide foundational information).  View our webinar for more information.

 

Change and the Roles People Play (2 minutes)

RolesProvides an overview of the different stages people buy in and effective engagement strategies for each.

 

 

Creating a Learning Culture (5 minutes)

LearningcultureHelping staff grow professionally is a key workforce development strategy. This includes both a comprehensive training infrastructure and promoting a learning culture where continuous learning is encouraged. This 5.5 minute module includes a self-assessment and strategies to promote a learning culture within an agency.

 

Cultural Identity and Situational Factors (7 minutes)

Diversity Module 1Knowing ourselves helps us to recognize our personal biases and stereotypes and to see the world from the perspective of others.  This short 7 minute module, also explores two situational factors that affect our ever-changing sense of cultural identities: saliency and intersectionality.

 

Cultural Openness (3 minutes)

Diversity Module 2An important dimension of cultural humility is to maintain an openness to the cultural differences. This short 3 minute module provides an overview of the ways we can learn from the people with whom we interact, reserving judgment, and bridging the cultural divide between our perspectives. 

 

Dealing With the Effects of Secondary Trauma (4 minutes)

trauma1.fwSecondary trauma is a predictable and frequent occurrence in child welfare. This short module, just under four minutes in length, describes the important role of leaders in recognizing and intervening in the experience of secondary trauma. 

 

Diversity Leadership Strategies (1 hour)

Cultural DiversitySupervisors have a key role to play in promoting cultural responsiveness and leveraging diversity. This one hour module offers concrete strategies to help promote recognition and valuing of cultural differences at the interpersonal and agency level.

 

 

Giving Work Back (3.5 minutes)

givingworkbackHeifetz 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 Leadership Model (http://bit.ly/1S2Drlp). 

 

Orchestrating Conflict (2 minutes)

OrchestratingConflictImageHeifetz and his co-authors identified seven major behaviors that can help you address challenges successfully and manage change. This microlearning will provide some practical ways to orchestrate conflict. Completing this course will develop your leadership skills in domains 2, 3 & 5 of NCWWI's Leadership Model, and provides strategies that can be used to support the community context and organizational environment components of the Workforce Development Framework. 

 

Performance Managment In Child Welfare (5 minutes)

RecruitmentThe 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.

 

Regulating Distress (3 minutes)

DistressThis microlearning focuses on one of the seven behaviors of adaptive leadership – regulating distress. Completing this course will develop your leadership skills in the Leading People and Leading for Results domains of NCWWI's Leadership Model. It also provides strategies that can be used to support community context, organizational environment and incentives/work conditions components of the Workforce Development Framework

 

Why People Stay and Why They Leave (3 minutes)

push and pullOur workforce is our most important resource and yet recruitment and retention continues to be an issue for many child welfare agencies.  In this short module, less than three minutes in length, we look at the Pull factors that encourage staff to stay on the job and the Push factors that encourage them to leave. 

 

 

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