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We provide to all initiative participants and their partners the training to support their project development work focused on increasing service access.

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This page provides residents with an overview of the 100% Training resources, which are designed to strengthen the work of initiative participants and their community partners.

100%
POWER HOUR

A 7-PART WEBINAR SERIES

Join the seven 100% Power Hours with Dr. Katherine Ortega Courtney and Dominic Cappello, co-directors of the Anna, Age Eight Institute and co-authors of 100% Community and Anna, Age Eight. The 100% Power Hours guide 100% New Mexico participants through the initiative’s seven step process.

Join with 100% New Mexico initiative participants and innovators from across the state to share successes, solve local challenges and network with other change agents and problem-solvers.

Be part of a groundbreaking initiative as New Mexico demonstrates to the 49 other states how to create truly family-friendly and well-resourced communities across a city and county. Local 100%ers and partnering innovators like you are the key. Join us and the hundreds of 100% initiative folks across the state in this inspiring first-of-its-kind endeavor in the nation.

100% New Mexico is reinventing the field of trauma prevention and community health, empowering local stakeholders through a data-driven, collaborative and technology-infused strategy to ensure 100% of children and families can thrive.

Hosts and Facilitators

Our 100% Power Hour is designed to empower every participant, providing answers to all the questions related to strengthening a countywide system of care and safety. We are here to serve every county, city and community in New Mexico.

—Dr. Katherine Ortega Courtney

Our 100% Power Hour is designed to empower every participant, providing answers to all the questions related to strengthening a countywide system of care and safety. We are here to serve every county, city and community in New Mexico.

—Dr. Katherine Ortega Courtney

In the 100% Power Hour, we provide the insights to local change agents that turn barriers to vital services to opportunities for creating access. Whatever local stakeholders need to create a county where every child and parent thrives, we work to provide.

—Dominic Cappello

In the 100% Power Hour, we provide the insights to local change agents that turn barriers to vital services to opportunities for creating access. Whatever local stakeholders need to create a county where every child and parent thrives, we work to provide.

—Dominic Cappello

SEVEN 100% POWER HOURS

SUPPORTING YOU AND YOUR TEAM

We are offering a series of seven lunch hour presentations, called 100% Power Hours. The series is designed for our change agents working in the 100% New Mexico initiative to ensure the ten vital services for surviving and thriving, strengthening systems of care, education and safety.

WEBINAR SERIES

NOTE: All presentations occur from 12 to 1pm Mountain Time
COST: Free

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Part 1: Engaging in Change

It’s here you are introduced to the first-of-its-kind initiative, the nation’s first statewide strategy to ensure all children, students and families have the services and supports to thrive. The learning objectives of 100% Power Hour #1: Engaging in Change are participants completing the webinar will be able to describe an overview of: The 100% New Mexico initiative, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), social adversity, the costs of ACEs and adversity, the social determinants of health, the social-ecological model and the initiative’s framework for change.

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Part 2: Partnerships For Change

Here you can explore the power of local partnerships to achieve what’s been considered impossible until now, creating a countywide system of care and empowerment. The learning objectives of 100% Power Hour #2: Partnering for Change are participants completing the webinar will be able to describe an overview of: Partners in government and agencies required to prevent adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and social adversity, the three key strategies to ensure access to ten vital services including creating a one-stop central hub, creating schools as service hubs, and ensuring access to web-based services, and the role of elected officials in city and county government to end health and education disparities.

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Part 3: Clear Steps to Change

Amid a world of clutter and distractions online and at work, you’re invited to focus on crystal clear steps to measurable and meaningful results. The learning objectives of 100% Power Hour #3: Programming for Change are participants completing the webinar will be able to describe an overview of: the challenges families are enduring, skills of the initiative’s leadership team, skills of the action teams, time capacity of all initiative participants, working on the initiative as part of one’s job, seven steps of the initiative, and identifying economic support.

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Part 4: Assessing Why Change is Needed

Join other champions as they ask their neighbors across a county, “Can you and your children access the services for surviving and thriving?” The learning objectives of 100% Power Hour #4: Assessing the Need for Change are participants completing the webinar will be able to describe an overview of: the definition of assessment, the countywide survey process, assessing barriers to vital services, ACEs and health issues, why we still face the challenges of ACEs and social adversity, assessing the initiative’s three key strategies, and assessing local service provider’s capacity to meet the needs of families.

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Part 5: Planning for Change

Explore all the solutions to health and education challenges and learn how to fully resource your families, schools and communities. The learning objectives of 100% Power Hour #5: Planning for Change are participants completing the webinar will be able to describe an overview of: the challenges associated with planning, how to create a shared understanding of the planning process, using data to plan, how the ten service sectors are interrelated, matching service barriers to potential evidence-informed solutions, researching solutions to barriers and using a logic model to plan.

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Part 6: Acting as a Change Agent

This is the phase where you don your superhero cape, working with other champions to replace a broken status quo with innovation and solutions. The learning objectives of 100% Power Hour #6: Being a Change Agent are participants completing the webinar will be able to describe an overview of: the action process, being a change agent, resources for action, funding action, qualities of effective action, buy-in for action and a shared vision for action.

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Part 7: Evaluating Change

It’s in this phase we celebrate our successes and learn from our challenges, strengthening our work within each community in our county. The learning objectives of 100% Power Hour #7: Evaluating Change are participants completing the webinar will be able to describe an overview of: the definition of evaluation, the goals of evaluation, the countywide survey, evaluating health indicators, evaluating the initiative, measuring support and buy-in, and building in evaluation to the county initiative.

Together 100% can thrive

Join the change agents that are building the 100% New Mexico initiative across the state. Please invite all your local elected officials, agency leaders, higher education and health care innovators, health equity and youth advocates to this groundbreaking series. If your mission is ensuring 100% of New Mexicans thrive, this initiative is for you. Participants are welcome to join any webinar at any time during the series.

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SPECIAL EVENT
WEBINARS

FUTURE EVENTS IN DEVELOPMENT

The Anna, Age Eight Institute develops webinars to meet the needs of all 100% New Mexico participants. Topics range from proposal writing to analyzing data and solving technical and adaptive challenges. Please contact us about your interest in our webinars with national experts, and developing new webinars to meet your county’s or region’s needs.

When?

WEBINAR

IF NOT NOW, WHEN?

Will you be ready for funding opportunities when they arrive?

In this webinar, experts Dr. Julie McCrae and Dr. Angeline Spain discuss how to create “shovel ready” projects that can transform service barriers into access. Join this powerful conversation to review the 100% New Mexico county survey to identify challenges accessing services, prioritizing which barriers to address, and making a plan to increase service access and user-friendliness. This work is key to developing project proposals to secure funding to move action teams from the planning to action phase.

Yes!

WEBINAR

YES, WE CAN

How do you mobilize people to embrace change on the way to greater impact?

In this webinar, author and leadership specialist Eric Martin guides a conversation and training on the science and art of Adaptive Leadership. Developed at Harvard over the past 40 years, Adaptive Leadership is a framework and set of tools and techniques for leading meaningful change during times of transition, uncertainty and conflict. Eric will illustrate the kinds of challenges faced by action teams, such as “technical challenges” in which problems can be solved with an existing roadmap for improving services. The other being “adaptive challenges,” where action teams possess no road map for navigating uncharted waters. With adaptive challenges come nay-sayers and some people in power who emerge to block change. Eric shares helpful strategies for working around those who block innovation to get to results that include buy-in for projects and securing partnerships.

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WEBINAR

GO FOR IT!

Who do you invite to the big table to strengthen your local projects?

In this webinar, experts Dr. Julie McCrae and Dr. Angeline Spain discuss how to identify who should be on a local 100% New Mexico action team to identify a priority project and why skill sets are important. Join a guided conversation focused on reviewing the 100% New Mexico structure of action teams, each team focused on one of the ten surviving and thriving services. The webinar identifies the various roles of each action team member and how a multidisciplinary approach can support a team in improving access to services and strengthen the relationship between the initiative and service providers. This training helps 100% action teams build the partnerships required to secure support and funding with project proposals.

PRESENTERS

Dr. Julie McCrae
Dr. Julie McCrae

Dr. McCrae is a researcher with University of Chicago-Chapin Hall specializing in the prevention of early childhood maltreatment and adversity. With a background in social work and psychology, Dr. McCrae has been evaluating child welfare, early childhood, and child mental health system collaborations for twenty-five years. Dr. McCrae is skilled in a range of evaluation strategies with particular expertise in quantitative methodology including analysis of large and complex datasets, experimental and quasi-experimental study designs. Dr. McCrae recently completed a three-year, five-site study of pediatric health care innovations to prevent and mitigate toxic stress in infants, and is leading a five-year evaluation of Nebraska’s implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA), legislation to increase the array of prevention services for children involved with child welfare. Dr. McCrae has been leading the evaluation of the 100% New Mexico initiative since its start in Doña Ana County. Dr. McCrae lives in Golden, Colorado where she likes to spend time with her twin sons and husband Hans. Hiking and finding creative ways to not have to cook and clean are two of her favorite activities.

Dr. Angeline Spain
Dr. Angeline Spain

Dr. Spain is a researcher with University of Chicago-Chapin Hall that focuses on community initiatives and systems transformation efforts to improve child and family wellbeing. Her background is in educational leadership and she collaborates with partners representing early childhood, pre-K-12, out-of-school time (OST), health care, and child welfare systems. Across projects at Chapin Hall, she seeks to elevate critical opportunities to strengthen the cultural and community responsiveness of policy and practice. She currently co-leads a 3-site study of cross-sector mobilization to ensure family access to community systems of care during the COVID-19 crisis. This project builds on a 3-year, 5-site evaluation of innovations to mitigate and prevent toxic stress in young children, where Dr. Spain designed qualitative study components that engaged families, community and healthcare providers, and other key community stakeholders. Other work includes multi-year partnerships assessing and supporting the implementation of data system policy and practice in early childhood and out-of-school time settings, and the evaluation of the 100% New Mexico initiative. Dr. Spain lives in Washington D.C., where she is currently enjoying the fall weather and trying out small tests of change to get her preschooler and second grader to talk about their day at school.

Eric Martin
Eric Martin

A leadership expert, speaker, author and proud native of Detroit, Eric Martin’s quest to democratize leadership has taken him around the world—from the White House to the foothills of the Himalayas. Eric’s work and expansion of Adaptive Leadership has helped connect people globally and hyper-locally working at the extreme margins of leadership development and systems change. Eric founded and leads Adaptive Change Advisors (ACA), which is the premier mission-based Adaptive Leadership organization worldwide. ACA’s mission is to put leadership tools that drive change into the hands of anyone who seeks meaningful outcomes. Eric has been published in Fast Company, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Environmental Leader, and the book, Your Leadership Moment. Eric has served in a leadership development capacity at a variety of places, including: Acumen, Rockefeller Foundation, Google, Microsoft, Verizon, US Business Council for Sustainable Development, White House Presidential Personnel Office, United Nations Innovation Network, World Bank, Cornell University, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Sustainability Consortium, Democracy Fund, National Academy for Science Engineering & Medicine, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, USAID and The Aspen Institute. Eric led the Adaptive Leadership training in New Mexico for child welfare managers and understands New Mexico’s unique challenges and opportunities. While he hasn’t lived in Detroit for years, Eric engenders its grit and resilience… and can be found jamming to Motown music with his family at home on many a weekend morning.

HOW MAY WE
SUPPORT YOU?

Please contact us to share your training needs and how we might customize webinars to address local challenges and create the resources to pursue opportunities with funding, staffing, and project development.

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