The Jim Casey Initiative Advances Results Count

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To accelerate measurable, equitable improvements for youth in foster care as they become adults, the Foundation’s Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative is working to expand the use of the philanthropy’s Results Count leadership methodology.

March 30, 2019

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StriveTogether: Proof of the Power of Results Count™

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Supporting a national network of 70 community-based partnerships, StriveTogether has been a pioneer in coaching teams of leaders across communities to close gaps and improve well-being using the Casey Foundation’s unique leadership development methodology, Results Count.

January 9, 2019

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Early Childhood Leaders Benefit From Results-Based Accountability

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A recent report by the New Venture Fund examines the importance of leadership development in the area of early childhood education and the impact private programs like the Casey Foundation's results-based leadership development approach could have on the field. The subject of quality leadership has been on Casey's radar for quite some time. 

July 6, 2018

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Results Count: Helping Large Service Providers Get Results

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Since fall 2015, the Annie E. Casey Foundation has supported three national nonprofits in Results Count™, a leadership program designed to propel large-scale change within a results-based framework. In this post, leaders from these nonprofits weigh in on how the program has helped hone new strategies and, ultimately, advance their organization’s work.

May 31, 2018

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Campaign Puts Racial Equity in the Center of the Social Sector

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Diverse leadership makes nonprofits more effective, according to research. Yet, in the nonprofit sector today, just 10% of CEOs and board chairs and 16% of board members are people of color. Leveling this professional playing field involves building organizational cultures in the social sector that place racial equity at the center of internal operations and external programing.

January 11, 2018

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