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Young people and staff from the Jim Casey Initiative sites learn about the benefits of Results Count

The Jim Casey Initiative Advances Results Count


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.

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In California’s Santa Cruz County, juvenile justice leaders found that young people on probation were not earning high school credits or graduating at the same rates as their general population peers. To learn more about the issue and how to address it, probation officials turned to the Plan-Do-Study-Act method — a keystone of the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Results Count™ leadership development approach.

Strengthening the Practice of Leadership

The Consultative Stance

Casey leadership development faculty member Kathy Pogue White explains how leaders can pivot from defensiveness to collaboration when working with others for social change.

Jeff Edmonson

Work Together to Get Results

Before joining the Ballmer Group as managing director, Jeff Edmondson built a network of StriveTogether communities — 73 strong — committed to using collective impact to support the academic success of every child. He shares lessons from this results-focused work in an interview with the Casey Foundation.

The Accountability Pathway

Learn now leaders can hold themselves and others accountable for achieving results that improve the lives of children and families.