The Results Innovation Lab is a group learning model where participants develop a new approach to achieving results and engaging partners in their efforts to improve the health and well-being of children, youth and families. By collaboratively engaging in these efforts with their community partners, organizations are able to achieve results on a population level and make a significant impact. For example, a recent group of ten member organizations collaboratively engaged with each other and their community partners ranging from the juvenile court system, child welfare system, local schools, local non-profits, and families being served. Through their efforts, these ten organizations were able to demonstrate improvement in the lives of 4,000 children and youth from reduced re-arrest rates to increased foster care graduation rates.
Group Learning Sessions
Throughout the Results Innovation Lab, participants learn from, support, and challenge each other. There is a valuable exchange of ideas and learning that occurs between peers within the group and the opportunity to build lasting, supportive relationships within the network. Group learning sessions occur during intensive two-day in-person seminars and supplemental webinar sessions where participants engage in hands-on learning and application.
Faculty and peer leaders from prior learning groups provide participants with hands-on coaching during the in-person seminars and via coaching calls between seminars. Coaching support is available as participants carry their results work forward within their organizations and communities.