On February 25th, and again the next morning, Woll presented his FORTY TRENDS outline to LaSalle board members and staff. Updated frequently by Woll, himself, this particular presentation is in high demand, and is very helpful for leadership in non-profit service, and board management. Staff and board members related well to Tom asking questions that provoked detailed and thoughtful responses to real-time situations. Board members gained a knowledge of the importance of their role in reviewing and approving proposed strategy in this project which coincides with LaSalle’s 2015-2018 strategic plan.
LaSalle was chosen by the Alliance for Strong Children and Families to be one of 15 participants nationwide to undertake a close examination of its residential programming and plan for the future. Woll is very well known for his analysis of trends coupled with a thoughtful and entertaining style of presentation. He is skilled in sharing the vast knowledge he has accumulated through interviews with numerous stakeholders in the children and family services arena.
As LaSalle looks to engage the children and families we serve in all programs and assist them in building greater stability in their lives, Tom’s insights were valuable, and extremely useful as LaSalle seeks to become an even stronger provider.
Tom Woll is on staff at the Alliance for Strong Children and Families as the chief consultant on this cohort project, and is a top consultant in the field of Human Services.
LaSalle School is a leader in programs and services for youth and families in crisis offering a variety of programs designed to meet their needs including specialized residential placement, day service education, and alternative to detention services. The offices of The Counseling Center at LaSalle – an outpatient mental health clinic – are located at LaSalle School.