Making a Case for Culturally Humble Leadership Practices through a Culturally Responsive Leadership Framework
Campos-Moreira, L.D., Cummings, M.I., Grumbach, G., Williams, H.E., & Hooks, K. (2020). Making a case for culturally humble leadership practices through a culturally responsive leadership framework. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 44(5), 407-414.
Campos-Moreira and colleagues (2020) discuss the importance of assessing and meeting stakeholders' changing needs, as they rarely remain stagnant. They propose using a culturally responsive leadership framework as a guide for managers trying to meet the needs of various groups equitably and sustainably. This framework is meaningful as it helps orient you to important aspects, such as a willingness to learn from all to mitigate gaps in service, which is sometimes missed when not listening to stakeholders, especially those in minority groups.