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Message ID: 9137
Date: 2012-03-27

Author:Elliott G Smith

Subject:Fwd: REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY: NCWWI's 4th National Webinar on "Managing by Data" (5/2 at 3 pm ET)

Hi everyone, I'm passing this information along regarding the upcoming session in the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute's webinar series. Please feel free to circulate the announcement among your colleagues. If you have any questions, please email Sara Munson, the National Dissemination Coordinator, directly at smunson@albany.edu . Thanks, Elliott ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Munson, Sara > Date: Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 11:13 AM Subject: REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY: NCWWI's 4th National Webinar on "Managing by Data" (5/2 at 3 pm ET) Title: New Jersey Fellows: Building Capacity in "Managing by Data" to Improve Leadership, Frontline Practice & Case Outcomes Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2012 from 3-4:15 pm ET Registration: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/437642138 Description: This webinar will showcase the development, implementation, core features and outcomes of the New Jersey Fellows Program, which provides an opportunity for 100 DCF staff (supervisors, managers, quality coordinators, etc.) to learn how to better utilize and manage quantitative and qualitative data - on the ground, at the front line level, and throughout the organization - in order to support improved case practice and outcomes for children and families. The session will highlight the specific lessons learned, tips and recommendations for other agencies considering similar efforts, and the leadership skills and competencies necessary to sustain this innovative program over time. Presenters: Aziz Haidi, Project Manager in Data Processing at the NJ DCF Office of Information Technology and Reporting; Arnesha Roper-Lewis, NJ DCF Adoption Unit Supervisor and a Supervisory Fellow; Michael Garr, Litigation Supervisor, Camden North office of NJ DCF/DYFS and a Supervisory Fellow; and Deborah Reed, Project Manager for the NCWWI's Leadership Academy for Middle Managers (LAMM) in The Center for Improvement of Child and Family Services at Portland State University’s School of Social Work. Details: The webinar is free and open to all. Please see the attached PDF for a complete description, or visit http://www.ncwwi.org/eventsopportunities.html to learn more about the entire webinar series, including access to the recordings and handouts for previous sessions. Sara T. Munson, MSW National Dissemination Coordinator National Child Welfare Workforce Institute University at Albany School of Social Welfare 135 Western Avenue, Albany, NY 12222 (718) 288-6463 (mobile) (518) 437-3644 (office) (518) 442-3746 (fax) smunson@albany.edu www.ncwwi.org A Service of the Children’s Bureau, Member of the T/TA Network -- Elliott G. Smith, PhD National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research Cornell University egs1@cornell.edu | 607.592.9822

Hi everyone, I'm passing this information along regarding the upcoming session in the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute's webinar series. Please feel free to circulate the announcement among your colleagues. If you have any questions, please email Sara Munson, the National Dissemination Coordinator, directly at smunsonalbany.edu . Thanks, Elliott ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Munson, Sara > Date: Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 11:13 AM Subject: REGISTRATION OPENS TODAY: NCWWI's 4th National Webinar on "Managing by Data" (5/2 at 3 pm ET) Title: New Jersey Fellows: Building Capacity in "Managing by Data" to Improve Leadership, Frontline Practice & Case Outcomes Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2012 from 3-4:15 pm ET Registration: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/437642138 Description: This webinar will showcase the development, implementation, core features and outcomes of the New Jersey Fellows Program, which provides an opportunity for 100 DCF staff (supervisors, managers, quality coordinators, etc.) to learn how to better utilize and manage quantitative and qualitative data - on the ground, at the front line level, and throughout the organization - in order to support improved case practice and outcomes for children and families. The session will highlight the specific lessons learned, tips and recommendations for other agencies considering similar efforts, and the leadership skills and competencies necessary to sustain this innovative program over time. Presenters: Aziz Haidi, Project Manager in Data Processing at the NJ DCF Office of Information Technology and Reporting; Arnesha Roper-Lewis, NJ DCF Adoption Unit Supervisor and a Supervisory Fellow; Michael Garr, Litigation Supervisor, Camden North office of NJ DCF/DYFS and a Supervisory Fellow; and Deborah Reed, Project Manager for the NCWWI's Leadership Academy for Middle Managers (LAMM) in The Center for Improvement of Child and Family Services at Portland State University’s School of Social Work. Details: The webinar is free and open to all. Please see the attached PDF for a complete description, or visit http://www.ncwwi.org/eventsopportunities.html to learn more about the entire webinar series, including access to the recordings and handouts for previous sessions. Sara T. Munson, MSW National Dissemination Coordinator National Child Welfare Workforce Institute University at Albany School of Social Welfare 135 Western Avenue, Albany, NY 12222 (718) 288-6463 (mobile) (518) 437-3644 (office) (518) 442-3746 (fax) smunsonalbany.edu www.ncwwi.org A Service of the Children’s Bureau, Member of the T/TA Network -- Elliott G. Smith, PhD National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research Cornell University egs1cornell.edu | 607.592.9822