Report

For 20 years, the Annie E. Casey Foundation has been helping people develop the skills, behaviors and relationships to lead organizations and public systems toward lasting improvements in child and family well-being. In this report, Casey tells the story of its results-based approach to leadership development and its impact in communities; shares tools and resources others can use to further their work; and discusses opportunities for greater impact in the future. 

January 1, 2013

In This Report, You’ll Learn

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    How Casey’s Children and Family Fellowship program fostered the results-based leadership agenda.

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    Why validating data in the Leadership in Action program moves leaders from intention to action.

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    5 core competencies of Results-Based Leadership

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    How diverse groups can work together to improve outcomes for kids and families.

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    Which programs are included in Casey’s Results-Based Leadership work.

Key Takeaway

The Foundation’s leadership development work targets diverse leaders from the middle to top of organizations.

Results-Based Leadership is not focused on technical skills like finance, marketing or management. Instead, Casey’s programs help leaders understand how to work collaboratively to make changes that will produce measurable results.

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