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Claiming the Challenge: Leadership for Organizational Change

Table of Contents

  1. Cultural and Linguistic Competence in Centers for Independent Living, Part 2
  2. Claiming the Challenge: Leadership for Organizational Change
  3. A Quick Review of Key Concepts
  4. Definition of Culture
  5. Cultural Diversity
  6. Cultural Competence
  7. Five Elements of Cultural Competence, Organizational Level
  8. Five Elements of Cultural Competence - Individual Level
  9. Essential Elements in a Culturally Competent System
  10. Linguistic Competence Framework
  11. Defining Leadership
  12. Leadership vs. Management
  13. Leadership vs. Advocacy
  14. Leadership vs. Authority
  15. What is Leadership?
  16. What is getting in your way?
  17. Cultural and Linguistic Competence within the Context of Organizational and Personal Change
  18. Considering Cultural & Linguistic Competency with the Context of Organizational & Personal Change
  19. Prochaska's Stages of Change
  20. Organizational Change Theories Applied to Cultural & Linguistic Competence
  21. The elephant in the room
  22. Leading Cultural and Linguistic Competence: Common Attitudinal and Structural Barriers
  23. The Work of Leadership
  24. Leadership by Position/Leadership by Influence
  25. What is your sphere of influence? With whom? In what context?
  26. Vignette
  27. Leadership Cultural and Linguistic Competence Things you can do
  28. Leadership Cultural and Linguistic Competence Things you can do cont'd.
  29. Leadership Cultural and Linguistic Competence Things you can do cont'd. 2
  30. Leadership Cultural and Linguistic Competence Things you can doLeadership Cultural and Linguistic Competence Things you can do cont'd 3
  31. Leadership Cultural and Linguistic Competence Things you can do cont'd 4
  32. Leadership Cultural and Linguistic Competence Things you can do cont'd. 5
  33. What is getting in your way? 2
  34. As a culturally competent "leader" I am capable of interacting positively with people who do NOT
  35. National Center for Cultural Competence
  36. Wrap Up and Evaluation
  37. New Community Opportunities Attribution

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Cultural Diversity

Text Box: Goode & Jackson, 2009

Goode & Jackson, 2009

Text Box: The term cultural diversity is used to describe differences in ethnic or racial classification & self-identification, tribal or clan affiliation, nationality, language, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, socioeconomic status, education, religion, spirituality, physical and intellectual abilities, personal appearance, and other factors that distinguish one group or individual from another.

The term cultural diversity is used to describe differences in ethnic or racial classification & self-identification, tribal or clan affiliation, nationality, language, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, socioeconomic status, education, religion, spirituality, physical and intellectual abilities, personal appearance, and other factors that distinguish one group or individual from another.

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