Presentation on theme: "Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots May 2014 Entrepreneurship and TASC: Connecting the Dots Pamela F. Rodriguez President and Chief Executive."— Presentation transcript:
Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots May 2014 Entrepreneurship and TASC: Connecting the Dots Pamela F. Rodriguez President and Chief Executive Officer Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC)
Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots What is TASC model? A technology for communicating information between players who speak different languages and have different goals; assessment, service access, service matching and retention experts care management
Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots What are entrepreneurial skills? To keep going in spite of setbacks. Screening for opportunity Goal orientation Self esteem Need to achieve Internal locus of control “Success is going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” -Winston Churchill Optimism Courage Tolerance to ambiguity Fire inside
Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots What’s happening in our environment? What have you learned at this conference that might push or lead you to be entrepreneurial? Health Care Reform HIT Integration with Primary Care Criminal Justice Reform Medicaid expansion Workforce shortages Research, EBPs RNR Socially conscious investing Pay for Performance
Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots Examples of TASC Adaptations and Entrepreneurial Experiences From the audience— Investment in IT HCR Trauma Reentry Etc…
Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots What are you going to do? Again—facilitated examples from the audience As an organization As a leader As an employee As a professional in the field As an investor As a member of a community As a person who works with clients that we ask to be goal oriented, optimistic, entrepreneurial?
Entrepreneurship and TASC Connecting the Dots Are you walking the talk? Do you feel it—the fire inside? Examples of A Safe Haven, Amity, Delancy Street, other TASC colleagues? In the beginning, when there wasn’t much research or a path, it was a mystery. Today, there are many who have gone before. There is an evidence base. There are models. If you are inclined to be entrepreneurial as a TASC program, or as a provider of services to clients in the justice system—there is much here to guide you. I hope you’ve been encouraged by these examples.
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