Our project work focuses on partnering with early adopters and innovators in the field of child welfare to dramatically improve outcomes for youth and families, and to create meaningful, sustainable change. We guide and support courageous child welfare leaders on the forefront of systems change who are building a movement to preserve the family connections needed for lifelong success.
We are currently developing a guide that outlines the five phases to designing and implementing primary prevention in a system. These phases have been distilled through the existing literature on workforce wellbeing and systems change, and tap into Alia’s years of experience supporting child welfare agencies across the country who are operationalizing them in practice.
To provide inspiration about possibilities for systems change in child welfare and to inspire and clarify a shared vision of the future direction.
Provides a deeper understanding of the parallel process of individual, collective, and organizational wellbeing and resilience.
Designed to build knowledge, understanding, and capacity to sustain on-going wellbeing efforts within the organization.
Foundational introduction to key concepts of the new way of work and an opportunity to gain new knowledge and insights.
One-on-one phone calls with leaders to focus on advancing a leader’s growth and development.
Occurs on request to support responses for youth for whom you feel “stuck.”
Experts in change management will assist leaders in day-to-day implementation, as well as the development of long-range change strategies.
Brief TED talk-style workshops delivered via teleconference. Topics include all aspects of individual and organizational health and wellbeing.