Louise Stoney, the co-founder of Alliance for Early Childhood Finance discusses the connection between quality early childhood programs and the financial health of a program.
She emphasizes how coaching needs to be provided for administrators and the business leadership to impact higher quality services. She discusses the importance of having coaches who are qualified and able to support administrators and their unique needs.
She recommends that coaches be mindful and aware about the Iron Triangle indicators that ensure financial stability of a program so they can provide business leadership support and/or make referrals to community resources to strengthen the stability of the program.
She also shares an innovative collaborative Shared Services business model for early childhood programs to restructure the approach to delivering quality services and strengthens both business and pedagogical leadership. More information and resources about Shared Services is available through www.opportunities-exchange.org
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