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Action Teams: Kick-Off. WORKING TOGETHER IN NEW WAYS TO MAKE SHELBY COUNTY THE COMMUNITY WHERE PEOPLE LEARN, LIVE & INVEST JANUARY 20 & 21, 2009. Values and Roles: Action Team Members. Values Required of Action Team Members. Accountability Outcomes Neutrality. Engagement

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Action teams kick off

Action Teams: Kick-Off

WORKING TOGETHER IN NEW WAYS TO MAKE SHELBY COUNTY THE COMMUNITY WHERE PEOPLE LEARN, LIVE & INVEST

JANUARY 20 & 21, 2009


Values and roles action team members

Values and Roles:Action Team Members


Values required of action team members

Values Required of Action Team Members

Accountability

Outcomes

Neutrality

Engagement

Ownership

Leverage


Values required of action team members1

Values Required of Action Team Members

  • Accountability

    • In order to expect a community to hold itself accountable to an outcome, they must have faith that the action teams demonstrated clear and unbiased ways of developing those actions

    • The only way a member of the action team can demonstrate that is to be seen as striving to be neutral to an agenda, activity or program, while laser-like focused on the outcome.


Values required of action team members2

Values Required of Action Team Members

  • Engagement

    • They try to encourage participation from throughout the community, such that the process is seen as owned by the community and not on individual, organization or sector.

    • Their focus is on items before the team, but also, on items aligned across the teams. This alignment creates a leverage as they bring new resources in time and dollars to the solution across the action teams.


Action team change model

ACTION TEAM Change Model

Desired State

Structures

Processes

Measures

Present State


Action team role

Action Team Role

  • Determine Target Outcome (desired state)

    => ensure that it ACHIEVES to the community aspiration

  • Develop a clear MEASURE(s)

    => “How will we know?”

  • Focus on ALIGNMENT of Action Teams, as well as, community organizations.

  • Outline/Implement STRATEGIES (structures & processes) to achieve Outcome

    => Does not create programs!


Four key considerations achieving community solutions

Four Key Considerations: Achieving Community Solutions

How will the community provide…?

  • Resources

  • Decision – Making

  • Accountability

  • Community Engagement

    …to the solution!


Steering committee action team role

Steering Committee / Action Team Role

  • Thru Engagement, develop context for implementing Structure/Process/Measures

  • Prepare to match Resources required with actions needed / Budget

  • Make Decisions with Outcome Focus

  • Lead thru Measurement and Accountability


Action teams kick off

Looking Across Shelby County over Time

Rallying

Resources

Decision

Making

Accountability

Community

Engagement

Structures

Aspiration

Process

Community Outcome

Indicators


Across shelby county over time

Across Shelby County over Time

THEORY OF CHANGE:

SILOS SYSTEM

ACTIVITIES OUTCOMES

MONITORINGACCOUNTABILITY


Action teams kick off

Olmsted County Birthing Center (OMC and Mayo)

Does not Qualify or Qualifies but does not choose Programs

Screened prenatal or at hospital by doctors/staff

Parent Education Classes (ECFE)

1400/Year or 7000 Birth to Five

*

PAIIR

*

Follow Along

Home Visits

2005 Total 629

13

6000

Public Library

First Child

350

At-Risk

400

7

31 referrals

161 Referred

Other Community Resources

PHN Phone Consultation

Preschool/Daycare Referrals

*

Steps to Success

30

107

C2R2

*

C2R2

*

Bright Futures

Baby Steps

Home Visits

Child Care System

85

80

Crisis Nursery

Well Baby / Immunizations/WIC

Non-At Risk Programs

Parenting Brief Intervention

75

Children with Special Health Needs

Parenting Matters

≈1495

Public Heath Programs

Check In

Pass

1350

*

Community Referrals to Child & Family Services

19referred

Special Ed Referral

Re-screen

≈79

Home Visits

*

Migrant Head Start

Head Start

254

Home Visits

C2R2

Red Team (Child Welfare Response Team)

Community Services / Targeted Early Intervention

*

200

School Readiness

Migrant Health

Traditional Child Protective Services

Alternative Responses

166

Special Educational Services

Adolescent Services

Wait List

Domestic Violence

Arc Family Liaison

ECSE

216

182

Child Mental Health

PAIIR

Hand in Hand

Family Partners

Home Visits

50

Parenting Plus

28

Wait List

92

Family Collaborative

Referral

*

Child & Family Services Programs

Home Visits

*

Legal System Referrals

Hard Referral (At Risk)

RAF Supported

*

C2R2

Hard Referral (Not At Risk)

Paiir/Schools

System Entry Point

Children that move into Olmsted County can be at a disadvantage because they don’t receive the initial information related to early childhood programs.

Public Health

Major System Entry Point

Soft Referral

County Social Service


Working differently a model

Working Differently: A Model

Children’s Literacy Achievement

.07

.45

Children’s literacy at school entry

  • Effective Classroom Practices

  • Time on Academics

  • Teacher-Child interactions

.08

.04

.50

.50

  • Markers of School Excellence

  • Teachers’ Education

  • Teachers’ Experience

Parents and Home

Community Markers

.53

Parent Education

.17

.08

.44

Family and Community Resources


Community solutions

Community Solutions

  • Are often about Community Systems

  • Are often Cross-Organizational

  • Are often Cross-Sectoral

  • Require Community Ownership

  • The Solution should frame the activities => not the other way around

Prepared by

Rubicon Partners LLP


Action teams kick off

The Achievement Process

“Getting on the arrow!”

Prepared by

Rubicon Partners LLP


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Alignment

The Achievement Process

  • Accountability

  • Decision-Making

  • Engagement

  • Resources

Prepared by

Rubicon Partners LLP


Community leadership

Community Leadership

  • Organizational

  • Hierarchical

  • Taking Charge

  • Right Answer

  • Follower Efforts

  • Responsibility for strategy and tasks

  • Community

  • Interorganizational

  • Providing Catalyst

  • Right Question

  • Coordinated Action

  • Responsibility for community outcomes


Seventh create a blame free zone

Seventh: Create a Blame Free Zone*

PRESUME POSITIVE INTENTIONS

PARTICULARLY IMPORTANT IN ENGAGEMENT


Eighth hold yourself accountable to getting to the the result

Eighth: Hold Yourself Accountable to Getting to the the Result

SET CLEAR MILEPOSTS

DETERMINE WHAT IS

“IN THE WAY.”

DRIVE THE CHANGE


Discussion

Discussion

WHAT IS OUR DESIRED STATE?

HOW WILL WE KNOW?

Prepared by

Rubicon Partners, LLP


Thank you

Thank You

Jay Connor

734-904-1459

jcrubicon @ aol.com

www.thecollaboratory.us


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