(December 2016) CLiP Literature Review on Intersectionality, Anti-Oppression and Collaborative Leadership in Practice
CLiP’s Literature Review contains materials and resources that can assist individuals and organizations in developing and sustaining equitable, anti-oppressive, collaborative leadership frameworks to support inclusive partnerships and networks. The literature review synthesizes and analyzes a wide range of research and non-research materials in order to provide greater clarity on inclusive, equitable and collaborative leadership in the non-profit sector.
In this webinar hosted in December 2016, Literature Review author and OPHA Project Coordinator for the CLiP project Dr. Roberta K. Timothy spends a half hour sharing highlights from her research report and then provides dynamic responses to the following participant questions:
- With the education sector focussed on individualism, what are the implications for employment expectations that people work collaboratively?
- Can you recommend a tool that health units can begin to use to measure their efforts?
- What roles do managers/supervisors and other leaders in the organization play in building collaborative leadership as an organizational process?
- How do cultural competency and anti-oppression practice align/intersect?
- What are your thoughts on the push to move from the discourse of anti-oppressive practice to that of White privilege and dominance?
Watch the full December 2016 Webinar (62 min)
Download the Webinar Slides
Read the full Literature Review on Collaborative Leadership Report.
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