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Six Results Count Skills for Leaders Responding to COVID-19

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Results Count faculty member

The vast spread of the coronavirus compels social sector leaders to manage with urgency through stressful and rapid change. The Annie E. Casey Foundation has identified six Results Count® tools and skills that leaders to maintain a focus on achieving equitable results — even during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Posted April 12, 2020

2020–21 Class of Child Health Advocates Named

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Faculty members for the Child Health Advocacy Network

The Annie E. Casey Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and The Atlantic Philanthropies are pleased to announce the 2020–21 class selected to participate in the Children’s Health Leadership Network, a rigorous Results Count® leadership development initiative.

Posted April 12, 2020

Advancing Equity in Evaluation Policy

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Children in the community

The Forum for Youth Investment recently published "What’s the Role of Equity in Evaluation Policy?," a new brief that explores how agencies that serve youth use evaluation policies to address equity-related issues — and how those policies can be replicated or improved.

Posted April 11, 2020

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Succession Planning for Nonprofits

Managing successions proactively will do more than calm the churning associated with transitions; it will make the nonprofit sector stronger than ever.

learning results-based leadership

Results-Based Leadership is based on five core competencies, two foundational frameworks and two foundational skills. Start achieving stronger results today.

supporting innovation and risk-taking

Casey's alumni network of Children and Family Fellows sponsors a grants program to support leadership efforts, innovation and risk-taking. Learn what a decade of investments has produced.