www.MyNCWWI.org                                                                       October 2 016  |  Issue 24
In case you missed them, here are the most popular news and content shared over the last month on our social media channels - Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn - as well as a listing of free national webinars that are available in the coming weeks.
A Selection of Upcoming Webinars from Around the Nation

Catching Kids Before They Fall


Withdrawals from the Womb: Understanding Prenatal Abuse & Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome 


Humanizing the Learning Experience 


Mind the Gap #8 Learning Exchange: Prioritizing Supervision


Start with Accessibility and Affirmation: System of Care for LGBTQ Youth Experiencing Homelessness 


Linking Data Science and Behavioral Science to Build Better Poverty Policy


Introduction to Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation 


October 2016 Strengthening Families Webinar 


Strategies for Educators, Counselors and Community Members to Help Build Resiliency and Strengthen Protective Factors for America's Muslim Youth


Decolonizing Trauma Work


Telling Your Community's Prevention Story: Tips & Tricks for Creatively Collecting Process Data


6 Ways to Use Science to Improve Your Employee Training Program


The Impact of Domestic Violence on Our Children 


Introduction to Social Media for Awareness and Engagement 


The 5 Qualities of Leaders Who Are Winning the War for Talent 


Strategies to Build and Align Your Frontline Leadership Team


Developing Positive Leaders


6 Ways to Deliver More Engaging Training


Men Who Molest Boys: Perhaps the Most Persistent of all Child Molesters


Global Trafficking Issues and Male Victims of CSEC


Intersections between International Parental Child Abduction and Domestic Violence 


Learning from Experience: Making Leadership Development Intentional, Not Incidental 


Dataviz: The New Must-Have Skill for Managers


Substance Use and Domestic Violence, Working with Victims


Training Our Brains: What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Leadership


Do Race and Culture Matter When Handling a Child Sexual Abuse Case? An African American Victim's Perspective


for the most up-to-date listing of webinars.
Click here to access the child welfare workforce development resources most recently added to the MyNCWWI Resource Library.

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