Building the Leadership Pipeline in Local, State, and Federal Government: The Second in a Series of Research Studies on Leading Issues in Public-Sector Human Resource Management
CPS Human Resource Services (2005)
Presents results of a study that identifies and describes what jurisdictions at local, State, and Federal levels are doing to ensure an adequate supply of experienced talent for the future.
DFCS Training for New County Directors: Workshop No. 1: Leadership Trainer's Guide (PDF - 1,219 KB)
Georgia Department of Human Resources (2006)
Trains new county directors in all aspects of child welfare leadership.
Mandatory Management Training for Newly Hired Child Welfare Supervisors: A Difference Between Management Research and Training Practice
Administration in Social Work: The Quarterly Journal of Human Services Management, 28, 2004
Assesses 31 State-sponsored management training programs for newly hired child welfare supervisors using Menefee and Thompson's (1994) 12 social work managerial dimensions. Research suggests that strategic, interpersonal, and technical skills and competencies are important for successful social welfare management.
National Child Welfare Leadership Institute
Develops and provides leadership skills of mid-level managers in public and Tribal child welfare agencies to improve outcomes for vulnerable children and families in those systems.
ZERO TO THREE's Model of Leadership Development: Knowing and Doing in the Context of Relationships
Kellegrew & Youcha (2004)
Provides an overview of ZERO TO THREE's Leadership Development Initiative and Leadership Model, a model that involves a relationship-based collaborative process whereby individuals or groups act to bring about positive change in the lives of young children and their families.