Outcomes & The Relationship With Staff

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Community Care Community Care

Ofsted: Well-supported social workers improve child outcomes
Social workers who are supported by “accessible” and “visible” senior managers do improve outcomes for children, according to Ofsted. February 1, 2012

Pathways from Workforce Development to Child Outcome Pathways from Workforce Development to Child Outcome

Harvard Family Research Project explores connections between workforce development and child outcomes in four human service sectors.
In the current era of performance management and transparent accountability, public, nonprofit, and private providers of human services are attempting to understand what contributes to a high performing workforce, and in turn, improved outcomes for children and youth—and to use this knowledge to strengthen the workforce and improve child outcomes. In the belief that workforce quality contributes powerfully and directly to better service outcomes, many providers are examining how training, advanced education, and other organizational supports enhance frontline staff

Public Catalyst Public Catalyst

New Jersey: A Case Study and Five Essential Lessons For Reform Molly Armstrong, Eileen Crummy, Kevin Ryan and Lisa Taylor
Excerpt - The frontline staff were demoralized and burdened by unmanageable. They had a caseloads laundry list of expectations with an inadequate support system and too few resources, and, all too often,  they awakened to alarming headlines about their child welfare system and that raised questions  about their commitment and competence.... National