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WIN offers expertise in training corporate companies and health service agencies in the  Family Strengthening Organizational Development model.  Our goal is to more widely promote these services as part of our strategic plan.

Family Strengthening Organizational Development Model

The burdens of executives and senior managers to balance promoting the agency mission, running the business, and managing the people it employees can be tenuous; unfortunately, the balance is often tipped and something is lost in translation. Burnout, staff turnover, lack of motivation, interpersonal conflicts, and the dreaded “underground” office grumblings drain the agency in countless ways.  Acquire skills to improve staff morale, office communication and your supervision skills with the Family Strengthening Organizational Development model.

As agencies, we pride ourselves on being mission driven. As a business, we must always keep sight on the bottom line and our census to ensure our continued success.  As supervisors, we must manage helping professionals. To do all three well can be challenging! Our agency culture is paramount to maintaining the appropriate balance.

Multimedia is used offering perspectives from numerous leaders, including the “X-model of Employee Engagement”

As executives and senior managers, it is critical to learn new ways to  prevent staff turnover, burnout, and negativity in the office.  This training will offer skills to help your staff feel  empowered to authentically engage in a process of improving themselves, consequently serving others better.  Program staff will be empowered with the core competencies needed to identify and meet individual and family needs. Consequently, the needs and interest of individuals, their families, and the broader community will be acknowledged and incorporated into your  program’s service delivery approach.
Integration of the Family Strengthening Organizational Development model has a very impactful effect on how program staff view and execute their roles.  Key aspects of the model are: its holistic systems approach that takes into account the individual, organizational structure, and specific environmental influences; its non-pathological approach to seeking solutions in the here and now; its behavioral focus on actions, enactments, competence, strengths, change of behavior patterns, and the transfer of concrete skills; and its use of reflective skills.

Training participants  will increase their ability to facilitate culturally relevant enactments, communicate empowering directives, and offer positive recommendations.  Participants  will increase their ability to consistently key in on strengths and observation of “good” in behaviors, intentions, and processes.  Participants  will increase acknowledgment and acceptance of personal choices and values while neither fault-finding nor condoning the choices and values of others.  Participants  will practice a strength-based (non-pathological) thought process that monitors responses and readily finds opportunities to “join” positive and productive observations of good.    As participants  practice joining the strengths and good intentions of their staff, the staff will then better  aid individuals served by your agency to recognize and acknowledge their  own good.  Consequently, individuals served will be empowered to utilize strengths and talents to bring about the change and adjustments necessary for sustained success.  Youth, adults and families served by your agency  will experience the positive effects of the Organizational Development by interacting with staff who are much more strengths-based, solution-oriented, and empowering.

During the training, participants will acquire:

  1. The basic principles and skills of Family Strengthening Organizational Development
  2. How to apply the Family Strengthening Organizational Development model to agency staff management and effective  supervisions
  3. Ways to better engage staff,  improve staff morale, culture, organizational effectiveness and outcomes