Resident Engagement and Leadership to Improve Results

An International Tool Kit helping Children and Youth, Families and Communities

Posted August 18, 2003
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation, The Center for the Study of Social Policy
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The international toolkit presents successful results-based approaches from 6 countries for resident engagement and leadership facilitation.  It includes proven tools, techniques, methods, processes and products for front-line workers that sustained involvement of neighborhood residents in local efforts to strenghten families and children.  

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Set rules and stick to principles

A results-based strategy recognizes that the best chance of success comes when all parties in a community – agencies, residents, schools, businesses, faith establishments -- mobilize around a clearly defined set of results.