Culturally intelligent leaders have the skill set to create inclusive, equitable cultures that drive transformative change. Leadership often gets talked about as if it is a universal skill set. Either you have it or you don’t. Leaders need cultural intelligence in order to adapt to the diverse needs and expectations from their organisations and teams. Culturally intelligent leaders have the skill set to create inclusive, equitable cultures that drive transformative change.
David Livermore and Ritika Wadhwa from the Cultural Intelligence Centre will be hosting a webinar on March 2nd, with two culturally intelligent leaders – Rob Neil OBE and Shahana Ramsden – to discuss what makes a leader culturally intelligent, and the CQ skills that help create inclusive and equitable cultures to drive transformative change.
During the webinar, we will be discussing:
- How you balance the tension of being authentic while also adapting to the diversity of preferences of those you lead.
- What challenges you have faced as people of colour, leading in contexts where you’re not among the majority in leadership.
- How cultural intelligence has helped you bring about transformation.
Of course, there will also be a chance for you as an attendee to ask your own questions!
NHS England and NHS Improvement
ROB NEIL, OBE