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Deep Leadership Across Cultures. L eading a shelter organization probably requires you to play many different roles over the course of a day…. Fearless Advocate. Counselor and Therapist. Multi-tasking Manager. Inter-Agency Diplomat. Fundraising Expert. Motivational Coach. Firefighter.

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Deep Leadership

Across Cultures


Leading a shelter organization probably requires you to play many different roles over the course of a day…..


(plus remembering to

go home and have a life)

great leaders are
Great leaders are…
  • Grounded
  • Courageous
  • Humble
  • Decisive
  • Constantly learning
g reat leaders can
Great leaders can…
  • Communicate effectively
  • Embrace change & uncertainty
  • Engage others towards a shared goal
  • Prioritize and focus their efforts
  • Ask for help
great leaders have
Great leaders have…
  • Boundless energy
  • Deep domain knowledge
  • Integrity
  • A sense of vision & direction
  • Profound self-awareness
lines of leadership development
Lines of Leadership Development

The Inward Arc


The Outward Arc


‘Outer’ Lines of Development

Technical skills

Process skills


Domain knowledge

Personal experience


‘Inner’ Lines of Development

Blending theory and practice (Praxis)


Psychological development

Spiritual development


how do you cultivate the inner qualities of leadership
How do you cultivate the ‘inner’ qualities of leadership?
  • Being grounded & centered
  • Self-awareness
  • Humility
  • Courage
  • Vision
  • Energy
  • Integrity
  • Authenticity
as leaders your work may include
As leaders your work may include
  • Providing effective services to Aboriginal clients
  • Getting a deeper understanding of where clients are coming from
  • Building effective working relationships with Aboriginal agencies and community organizations
  • Recruiting and managing Aboriginal staff
  • Increasing the cultural competence of non-Aboriginal staff
  • Working with Elders, community liaison workers and cultural specialists
a working definition of culture
A Working Definition of Culture

“A system of shared beliefs, values, customs, behaviors, and artifacts that the members of a society use to cope with their world and with one another, and that are transmitted from generation to generation through learning.”

(Bates, D. G., and Plog, F. Y. (1990). Cultural Anthropology. New York: McGraw-Hill.)


Artifact Layer

Above the surface

Action Layer

 Ritual, communication,

body language

Below the surface

Speech Layer

 Language, vocabulary, grammar

Thought Layer

Values, attitudes, ethics, beliefs