Create a formal action plan, or improve the one you have, to outline a path for improving child and youth outcomes. We talked earlier, under “Define common terms and communicate core messages,” about the value of giving people “a framework for action.” Now is the time.
A well-done action plan is more than a blueprint for workers. Leaders use these plans as calls to action, generating community excitement and rallying key players – from youth and families to business and philanthropic leaders – around the cause.
The plan tells the community that: