Outcome-focused alliances should be the only show in town

By Steve Kay | 06 November 2018

I’m not sure how many times the phrase ‘change is the only constant’ is trotted out in meetings, seminars or conversations I have with colleagues across the country, but it is certainly up there among the top five most commonly heard words and sayings.  Of course, sitting alongside it are (in no particular order) rising numbers of demand for statutory services, lack of resources, poverty, and professional practice.  

Everyone will have their own list, but for many of us in the sector, these challenges and considerations will usually be somewhere at the forefront – as they should be – if outcomes for children and families are indeed what we care about most.

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