Building Better Programs

Using an Executive Function-Informed Goal Achievement Framework to Redesign Employment and Related Human Service Programs

The rapidly growing scientific knowledge on self-regulation and executive function skills provides new information that employment and related human service programs can use to redesign their programs with an eye towards improving outcomes for individual program participants who have not benefited from current approaches. In this webinar, LaDonna Pavetti from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities provides a goal-oriented framework that human service programs can use to reshape their programs using this new knowledge. The webinar includes examples of programs that are already using executive function principles to guide the design and delivery of their programs.

Webinar Slides