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Presentations from our 2002 Finding Better Ways Conference on the Workforce Crisis

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  • The 2001 CWLA Salary Study: Results and Implications
    Presented by Floyd Alwon, Director, Walker Trieschman Center, and Barbara Schmitt, Director, Workforce Development, Walker Trieschman Center, Child Welfare League of America, CWLA, Quincy, MA; and Richard Dina, President/CEO, Family and Children's Association, Mineola, NY
     SALARYSTUDY.doc


  • Balancing Work/Life Demands in Human Service Organizations
    Presented by Ginnie Waldron, Senior Consultant for Professional Development, Walker Trieschman Center, Child Welfare League of America, Quincy, MA
     WORKLIFEBALANCEHANDOUT.doc


  • A Blueprint for Retaining Staff: Mission-Based Strategies
    Presented by Karen Bruess, Vice President of Organizational Development and Kim Venner, Senior Program Manager, Quality Improvement, Four Oaks, Inc., Cedar Rapids, IA
     MISSIONBASEDBLUEPRINT.doc
     MISSIONBASEDBLUEPRINT.ppt
     MISSIONBASEDBLUEPRINT.xls


  • Constructive Confrontation as a Retention Tool
    Presented by Frank Delano, CSW, Director, and Kari Larsen, CSW, Training Consultant, Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services Institute for Child Care Professionalization and Training, Hawthorne, NY
     CONSTRUCTIVECRITICISM.doc


  • Continuing Innovations in CPS Staff Recruitment and Selection: Results of a Statewide Test Validation Study
    Presented by Michelle I. Graef, Research Assistant Professor of Psychology; Megan E. Potter, Research Specialist; Tara L. Rohde, Graduate Research Assistant, Center on Children, Families and the Law University of Nebraska, Lincoln
     INNOVATIONSINCPSRR.doc


  • Coopition: It Can Work!
    Presented by Anita Dygert-Gearheart, CEO, Campagna Academy, Schererville, IN, Pat Oatis, Executive Director, Christian Haven, Wheatfield, IN, and Jackie Barger, Executive Director, Shults-Lewis, Kouts, IN
     COOP.doc


  • Demand for Social Workers in California: Executive Summary
    Presented by Prof. Eileen Mayers Pasztor, DSW, Prof. Michelle Saint-Germain, Ph.D., and Prof. Teresa DeCrescenzo, MSW, California State University, Long Beach, CA
     CASOCIALWORKER.doc


  • Developing Career Ladders
    Presented by Andrew Reitz, Ph.D., Walker Trieschman National Center for Professional Development, Child Welfare League of America, Quincy, MA
     CAREERLADDERS.ppt


  • Expanding Definitions of Diversity: Policies & Practices that Support Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Staff
    Presented by Heidi Holland, M.Ed., Health Care of Southeastern MA., Inc., Brockton, MA
     EXPANDINGDIVERSITY.ppt


  • Florida Department of Children and Families: Family Services Counselor and Supervisor Recruitment and Retention Strategies
    Presented by Nicole Cicchitto, Family Safety Recr itment and Retention Specialist; and A.C. Frizzell, Director of Education and Training, and Amy Karimipour, Director of Human Resources, Florida Department of children and Families, Tallahassee, FL
     CHSFLORIDA.ppt


  • A Good Place to Work: Ways to Achieve and Maintain a Positive Working Environment
    Presented by Tim Davis Executive Director, Tamarack Center, Spokane, WA
     AGOODPLACETOWORK.doc


  • The Heart of the Commonwealth: The Economic and Social Impact of the Nonprofit Sector in Worcester County
    Presented by Maurice Boisvert, President and CEO, Youth Opportunities Upheld Inc., Worcester, MA
     HEARTOFCOMMONWEALTH.doc


  • How to Catch Them and Keep Them: Public Agency Recruitment and Retention for the 21st Century
    Presented by Patricia George, Recruitment Specialist and Lynette Mercado, Personnel Manager, County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, San Diego, CA
      SANDIEGO.ppt


  • Performance Based Hiring: Strategies for Hiring the Right People
    Presented by Andrew Reitz, Ph.D., Walker Trieschman National Center for Professional Development, Child Welfare League of America, Quincy, MA
     PERFORMANCEBASEDHIRING.ppt


  • Personnel Evaluation: Year In Review
    Presented by Floyd Alwon, Ed.D., Walker Trieschman National Center for Professional Development, Child Welfare League of America, Quincy, MA
     PERFEVAL.ppt


  • Reaching for Greater Cultural Competence in a Collaborative BSW Traineeship Program: Building
    Presented by Mona C. S. Schatz, DSW, Professor and Director, Education and Research Institute for Fostering Families, Colorado State University School of Social Work, Fort Collins, CO
     CULTCOMPETENCEINBSWTRAINEESHIP.doc


  • The Real Value Behind Staff Surveys
    Presented by Merdic McLeod, M.Ed., Vice President Human Resources and Development, Devereux, Bryn Mawr, PA; Mary Imbornone, M.Ed., National Director of Training and Development, Devereaux, Villanova, PA
     DEVEREUX.ppt


  • Retention is Hard Work and Fun!
    Presented by Dawn Rice, Corporate Resource Leader, Standards of Excellence, Hillside Family of Agencies, Rochester, NY
     HILLSIDE.ppt


  • The Role of Change in Child Care: Staff Development
    Presented by Sahli A. Cavallaro, Ph.D., Coordinator of the Juvenile Sexual Victim/Offender Residential Treatment Program; and William Woodley, M.A., Supervisor of Residential Training Programs, LaSalle School for Boys, Albany, NY
     CHILDCARECHNG.doc
     CHILDCARECHNG1.ppt
     CHILDCARECHNG2.ppt
     CHILDCARECHNG3.ppt


  • Training and Performance Evaluations: Are You Wasting Your Time and Money?
    Presented by Tamara Ard, Executive Director, National Center for Professional Certification, Columbus, GA
     TRAININGPERFEVAL.doc
     TRAININGPERFEVALHANDOUT1.doc
     TRAININGPERFEVALHANDOUT2.doc
     TRAININGPERFEVALHANDOUT3.doc


  • Transfer of Learning: The Total Approach
    Presented by Dale Curry, Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio and Patty Caplan, Director, Staff Development, Summit County Children Services, Akron, OH
     TOTAL.doc


  • Shaping a New Future for Our Programs
    Presented by Barbara Hutsell, Executive Director; and Jim Harper, Senior Consultant, Arras, Inc. and Stephen Ristau, President, Ristau & Associates, LLC, Colchester, CT
     ARRASINC.ppt


  • Staff Administration Collaboration in Resolving Issues: The Interest-Based Bargaining Method
    Presented by Robert A. Kubiak, M.A., Executive Director, Trumbull County Children Service Board, Warren, OH
     INTERESTBASEDBARGAINING.doc
     INTERESTBASEDBARGAINING.ppt


  • Strategic Planning for Training Evaluation
    Presented by Nita C. Lescher, M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W., Director of Program Planning for Children's Services, American Humane Association, Silver Spring, MD
     AMERICANHUMANE.doc
     AMERICANHUMANE.ppt


  • Why Do They Stay? Research-Based Implications for Practice
    Presented by Michelle I. Graef, Research Assistant Professor of Psychology; Megan E. Potter, Research Specialist; Tara L. Rohde, Graduate Research Assistant, Center on Children, Families and the Law University of Nebraska, Lincoln
     WHYTHEYSTAY.doc





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