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Peer-to-peer Networking. Gregg Wright, M.D. MCWIC Project Peer-to-Peer Child Development/School Health Nebraska State Health Department Answers4Families.org Child Welfare Training in NE gwright1@unl.edu. Definition: Bureaucrat.

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Gregg Wright, M.D.
  • MCWIC Project Peer-to-Peer
    • Child Development/School Health
    • Nebraska State Health Department
    • Answers4Families.org
    • Child Welfare Training in NE
  • gwright1@unl.edu
definition bureaucrat
Definition: Bureaucrat

n. 1. a person who spends their daycutting red tape . . .

lengthwise!!!

definition bureaucrat4
Definition: Bureaucrat

The job of a leader . . .

Turn the scissors crosswise!!!

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LESSONS

  • 1. Peer-to-peer connections can be very important in finding ways to turn the scissors.
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LESSONS

  • 2. Peer-to-peer connections (even on the internet) can be very supportive for people in difficult situations.
9 views on midwest connections
9 Views on Midwest Connections
  • Peter WatsonOrganizational Improvement
  • Joan MorseFamily-Centered Practice and Permanency Planning
  • Joanne BrownABA - Legal and Judicial Issues
  • Sonja VelazquezQuality Improvement
  • Cheryl MontoyaData and Technology
  • John LeVesqueAdoption
  • Krista ThomasRuby Flagg-RossRegion V Networking
  • Mary McKeeRegion VII Networking
peter watson director
Peter Watson, Director
  • National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement
  • http://www.nrcoi.org
  • pwatson@usm.maine.edu
joan morse director
Joan Morse, Director
  • http://www.nrcfcppp.org
  • joanmorse@aol.com
joanne brown j d m s w
Joanne Brown, J.D., M.S.W.
  • http://www.abanet.org/child/rclji
  • jbrownconsulting@aol.com
sonia velazquez american humane association children s division
Sonia Velazquez American Humane Association Children’s Division

  • National Quality Improvement Center on Non-Resident Fathers in the Child Welfare System
  • http://www.abanet.org/child/fathers
  • soniav@americanhumane.org
cheryl montoya
Cheryl Montoya
  • National Resource Center for Child Welfare Data and Technology
  • http://www.nrccwdt.org
  • montoya.cheryl@gmail.com
john levesque
John Levesque
  • National Child Welfare Resource Center for Adoption
  • http://www.nrcadoption.org
  • jlevesq7@maine.rr.com
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1.

2.

3.

What peer-to-peer connections are now in place in your organization?

Now . . .

. . . 3 ?s

What peer-to-peer connections do you need in your organization?

What type of connections might work in your organization?

peer to peer connections
Peer-to-peer Connections
  • Any connection between 2 or more individuals
  • Performing similar jobs
  • in different locations
consider
Consider . . .

Different Dimensions

  • Level
  • Focus
  • Time
  • Goal
  • Mode
different levels
Different Levels

Director to Director

Directors in a group

Trainer to Trainer

Supervisor to Supervisor

Front line worker to Front line worker

different focus areas
Different Focus Areas

A single topic • differential response • mental health system • . . .

An open-ended connection • 0ngoing discussion • question/answer • . . .

different time scales

NOV

12

Different Time Scales

A one-time event

A few weeks

An ongoing connection

different goals
Different Goals

Support

Timely Information

Fresh Ideas

Answers to questions

Connecting new with seasoned

different modes
Different Modes

face to face meeting

Phone connections

Conference Calls

Video conference

Listserv/Blog/Q and A

Jointly authored “wiki”

Internet community

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Most of us are working under policies and procedures that were developed when this was the main way to communicate away from the office.

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1.

2.

3.

What peer-to-peer connections are now in place in your organization?

Now . . .

. . . 3 ?s

What peer-to-peer connections do you need in your organization?

What type of connections might work in your organization?

come to the reception
Come to the Reception

My most important thing from today