Advance Skills for Strategic Planning & Implementation
August 17 - 18, 2017 | Atlanta, Georgia, USA
The training class is now forming for the hands-on program designed for alumni who have completed the core skills course and are now ready to implement. In this program you will create their own strategic and implementation plan.
You started something - That is the hard part. Finishing is easier than you think. So let's finish!
If you previously attended the Evidence-Based Core Skills course, and have not put your plan into action, this is the program for you. You only need attend the Strategic Planning and Implementation Session.
* TEAM ATTENDANCE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. ATTRACTIVE GROUP RATES AVAILABLE
This program is designed for organizations who have undergone the core skills program and are prepared to begin implementation. Having learned the framework for becoming and Evidence Based Organization (EBO), we’ll move to the next stage and plan for implementation. It will provide the help you need to develop your agency-specific strategy and action plans for becoming an EBO, complete with tools and resources for assessing where you are and what to do next.
Participants will be guided as well as collaborate as a team to produce strategic and action plans that will focus on the five major components of EBO development:
Knowledge and use of evidence-based policies, programs, and practices
Demonstration of effective organizational leadership
Understanding of organizational culture and use of organizational assessment
Utilization of effective strategic planning, performance measurement, and program evaluation
Ongoing efforts to enhance organizational capacity and sustainability
Participants will use workshop time to develop their agency-specific strategic and action plans. It is desirable that 4 to 5 workshop participants attend from each agency, with at least one laptop computer available for group use.
LEARNING GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
This workshop will provide fundamental EBO knowledge and address the common problems associated with moving from a training environment to the implementation and evaluation of evidence-based organizational change efforts.
Participants will be given the opportunity to develop;
A plan for infusing trauma informed practices, and evidence based work into the strategic plan of the agency
An appreciation for ethical issues, and current and emerging considerations for human services
Strategic and action plans for EBO development
An EBO vision and mission
Organizational goals and objectives, centered on the 5 key aspects of EBO development
Action steps to be taken to carry out the strategic plan. These action steps will specify responsible individuals, time-frames, and resources needed
WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID
"We have raised the level of service to those we supervise by providing better rehabilitative opportunities, increasing public safety, and accountability to victims."
"Excellent layout and easily understandable"
"The relevancy to what I do. The level of expertise and knowledge made it easy to follow"
"Becoming a CEBO has been beneficial in multiple ways. It has helped us with successful grant writing, building a donor base for fund development, and in recruiting and hiring qualified staff. Most importantly though, we have seen successful outcomes for our clients and their families. It is exciting to hear our staff now talk about success stories with their clients, interest in new training opportunities, and future programs and services related to emerging research and best practices."
"The instructor helped me "understand" knowledge he was sharing, not just teach the information"
"Remember you will never have a perfect plan, put something in place and just get started!"
"Becoming a CEBO has benefited our organization by “clearly” signaling to those we work with what our values are and what is required if you collaborate with us. It has also raised our standing with our Board of Supervisors and Law Enforcement partners."
"The instructor was so affirming and engaging - love the class discussions and the smaller group sizes"
"The instructor had great relatable examples"
* TEAM ATTENDANCE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED. ATTRACTIVE GROUP RATES AVAILABLE
|7:00am:||Registration, Continental Breakfast, Networking|
|10:00 – 10:15:||Am Break|
2:30 - 2:45:
Workshop Day Concludes Daily (Final Day Concludes At 3:30 PM)
David Myers, PhD, Professor & Program Director, University of New Haven, Author, "Become an Evidence Based Organization: Demonstrating Leadership & Organizations Growth"
Dr. David L. Myers, PhD, is a Professor and Director of the Criminal Justice PhD Program in the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences at the University of New Haven. He previously was a Professor with the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), where he worked from 1998-2016. He earned his PhD in 1999 from the University of Maryland, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and previously received a Master of Science in Administration of Justice and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Shippensburg University.
Dr. Myers has taught more than 25 different courses at the undergraduate, masters, and doctoral levels, specializing in classes on research methods and quantitative analysis, juvenile justice and delinquency, and criminal justice policy, planning, and evaluation. He has published three books (most recently Becoming an Evidence-Based Organization: Demonstrating Leadership and Organizational Growth, Joyfields Institute for Professional Development, 2013) and over 35 journal articles, book chapters, or other scholarly works. His scholarship has appeared in such journals as Criminology and Public Policy, Crime & Delinquency, Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, and Criminal Justice and Behavior.
Dr. Myers has presented more than 60 papers at national and regional conferences and is currently the Editor of EBP Quarterly, an online journal published by Joyfields Institute and the Evidence-Based Professionals Society, as well as Editor of Routledge Studies in Juvenile Justice and Delinquency. He previously served for 11 years as Editor of Criminal Justice Policy Review (a peer-reviewed journal published by Sage Publications) and is a member of the Editorial Board of Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice. He has received a number of grants and contracts to support his research, including funding from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency and the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
Dr. Myers previously served as the Dean’s Associate in the IUP School of Graduate Studies and Research; the Interim Vice Provost for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies at IUP; the Interim Executive Director of the IUP Research Institute; and the Interim Director of the IUP Murtha Institute for Homeland Security. In the community, he has served as Chairperson of Indiana Area Communities That Care; President of the Board of Directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Indiana County; and Advisor to Kids on Campus of Big Hearts Little Hands.
Executives and staff at youth and adult human and justice services settings, including;
* To bring this program to your location, click here to complete the convenient online form, or call us 770-409-8780.
“I liked that the information was tactical, action-oriented, and given from the perspective of organizational and individual professional development. I liked that we were provided with specific tools (questionnaires and assessments) to utilize with our agencies. I am in strong agreement that we need to focus on internal processes and on staff outcomes as part of an evidence-based approach and I think it's great that the workshop highlighted this throughout “
Joyfields Institute CE: Approved for CE hours. Instruction by eminent evidence-based programs trainer organization. Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate as evidence of your accomplishment and status as a practitioner who has acquired specific new skills. Many licensing/certification bodies accept this designation. Please check with your licensing body.
Social Workers & Counselors: Approved for CE hours. Joyfields Institute is an approved education provider by Society for Evidence-Based Professionals (EBP Society). Many licensing/certification bodies accept this designation. Please check with your licensing body.
Certified Evidence-Based Professional: Approved for CE hours. Joyfields Institute is an approved education provider by Society for Evidence-Based Professionals (EBP Society). Many licensing/certification bodies accept this designation. Please check with your licensing body.
Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselors: Approved for CE hours. Joyfields Institute is an approved education provider by National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC)/National Certification Commission (NCC) Provider #745. Many licensing/certification bodies accept this designation. Please check with your licensing body.
Substance Abuse Counselors: Approved for CE hours. Joyfields Institute is an approved education provider by National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC)/National Certification Commission (NCC) Provider #745. Many licensing/certification bodies accept this designation. Please check with your licensing body.
California State Standards & Training for Corrections: Approved for CE training hours. Joyfields Institute is a approved California State Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) education provider
All training activities will take place within the premises of our campus host located at the fabulous;
Located in the upscale Atlanta township of Buckhead, this landmark complex features a one-acre pedestrian park, offices, restaurants, retail and high-rise residential towers. The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta - Buckhead is the community’s first hotel to practice green and sustainable initiatives. Stroll through the landscaped park with fountains, statues and benches. Take the complimentary shuttle to locations within 3 miles of the hotel. Walk a few blocks to find shopping at Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, Atlanta’s premier malls.
We have negotiated a Group Room Rate of $135 per night plus taxes and fees. This room block expires July 19th, or when our room block is used up.
Participants must make their reservations directly with the hotel. When making your reservation please use the Group Code, "JFI" to get the group rate.
How to make your reservation:
REGISTRATION & FEES
Team attendance is highly encouraged. See group pricing below.The registration fee covers;
All training sessions
Comprehensive Program Manual
Earn CE training hours allocated for this particular program
Breakfast daily and refreshment breaks
6-months Membership in Joyfields Institute and EBP Society, the Society for Evidence Based Professionals, including
Joyfields Institute updates, articles, news and trends publication
Access to Free eLearning and eligible webinars presented by Joyfields Institute experts and practitioners, and
10% member discount to Joyfields Institute sponsored programs
|Event End Date||Aug-18-2017|
|Speaker||David Myers, PhD., Professor, University of New Haven, Author, David Myers, PhD., Professor, University of New Haven, Author, "How to Become an Evidence-based Organization (EBO)"|
|Location||DoubleTree By Hilton Atlanta-Buckhead|