Allies4Outcomes

A4O

Allies4Outcomes (A4O) is a nationally/NC certified Woman Owned Small For – Profit Business that partners with local, state, and federal government agencies, Universities, non-and for-profit organizations, and other allies to drive systemic change. 


A4O’s capacity-coaching model is grounded in implementation science and utilizes a multi-tiered, equity-focused framework that connects learning to day-to-day policy application to practice, decision-making, and leadership.

Foundational Values

Partnership

Partnership is based on trust, transparent communication, inquiry, and learning

Addressing Bias

Addressing bias, including the lived-experience lens, and forwarding equity in human services organizations matters to service delivery

Gifts

Leaders, Managers, Supervisors, and Workers have gifts to bring to human services work, we work to amplify their gifts

Uniqueness

Every jurisdiction is unique, and we tailor our partnership to those distinctive strengths, areas of growth and solutions

Inclusion

Belonging and Inclusion are crucial to service delivery and supervision

Improvement

We are always learning – we bring a continuous quality improvement mindset

Capacity Building Results

  • Partner with U.S. jurisdictions, NC counties, and state DHHS to improve service delivery outcomes, accelerate progress towards achieving Program Improvement Plan goals successfully.
  • Improve Supervision & Worker Practice in child welfare through coaching, training, modeling, field observation, feedback loops, and continuous quality improvement tools and practices.
  • On-boarding and “in the field” coaching for new workers, applying learning from Pre-Service Training, policy, engagement, and practice models
  • Teach, apply, and operationalize leadership practices that improve trust, psychological safety, belonging, and outcomes
  • Improve child welfare performance measures and organizational, fiscal, and client outcomes
  • Enhance organizational health and a resilient culture and climate through implementation of leadership practices
  • Cultivate trauma-informed systems approach to service delivery to ensure individuals, children, and families feel physically and psychologically safe
  • Engage lived experience through youth and family voice related to policy, practice, leadership, and communication to improve trust
  • Improve competency-based workforce hiring, engagement, performance, and retention
  • Development of high-trust and efficient teams through equity, inclusion, and belonging strategies, resulting in improved team performance
  • Alignment of cross-system collaboration to improve social determinants of health and address generational healing, social and racial justice issues, and adverse childhood experiences
  • Forward public trust coordinated cross-system collaboration and transparent communication of leadership strategies to address systemic issues
Leadership Development & Consulting Services

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