1 All staff and administrative actions and decisions should be guided by a clear focus on the wellbeing of the children and families served. 2 Measure success by how much child and family wellbeing improves and use this data to drive decision-making and improvement. 3 Continually seek to be more effective, to eliminate barriers, and to foster change to improve the wellbeing of children and families. 4 Focus on relationships/networks in your organization, stakeholders, and family networks to affect child and family outcomes. 5 Get those with a stake (front-line staff) involved in key program decisions, solutions, and improvement efforts.