1 Cultural Competency: Is it a level of consciousness or just (plain ol ) common sense? DR. TAMARA A. BAKER DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS FEBRUARY 26, 2015
2 outline 1. Defining culture, cultural competency, cultural sensitivity 2. Problems with the idea of cultural competency 3. Self awareness 4. Key elements of effective cross cultural communication 5. Utilizing resources to plan/prepare work in a cross cultural context
3 Why is appreciating diversity important?
4 The Herman Grid
5 pop quiz! 1. Cultural competency can be acquired after attending a sufficient course T/F 2. What communication strategies are essential when working in a cross cultural context?
6 answers 1. Cultural Competency can be acquired after attending a sufficient course F, it is a life long process 2. Which communication strategies are essential when working in a cross cultural context? Respect personal space, learn and follow cultural rules about touch, establish rapport, express interest in people, listen carefully, value stories, notice eye contact and body language, reach the appropriate family member, study a person s responses, check for understanding; ask questions, avoid jargon and stereotyping based on looks, language, dress, and other outward appearances, be careful not to impose your personal values, morals, or beliefs, learn to laugh at yourself and listen to lessons brought to you by humor.
7 free association 1. Culture 2. Cultural competency/sensitivity 3. What groups of individuals or in what situations do you think is important to be culturally competent?
8 Cultural competency what are we doing and is it working?
9 but, what we really need to look at is this! biases age awareness stereotypes fairness religion family Stress gestures ageism racism/discrimination knowledge social support education communication
10 so really why are we here? 1. Why are we STILL talking about cultural competency? 2. Knowing the rules of being culturally competent who does it benefit? 3. What is the problem with the concept of cultural competence? The idea the cultural competency can be reduced to a technical skill for which someone can be trained to develop expertise.
12 culture An integrated pattern of human behavior that includes thoughts, communications, languages, practices, beliefs, values, customs, courtesies, rituals, manners of interacting, and roles, relationships and expected behaviors, of a racial, ethnic, religious or social group; and the ability to transmit the above to succeeding generations. ~National Center for Cultural Competence (NCCC)
13 culture competence The knowledge, interpersonal skills, and behaviors that enable a system, organization, program, or individual to work effectively cross culturally by understanding, appreciating, honoring, and respecting cultural differences and similarities within AND between cultures. The acquisition of cultural competence is a dynamic, ongoing, developmental process that requires a long term commitment and is achieved over time. Maternal and Child Health leadership:
14 cultural humility Acknowledgement of your own barriers and limitations to intercultural understanding, and working to overcome those barriers to provide better services.
15 cultural sensitivity 1. Being aware that cultural differences and similarities exist and have an effect on values, learning, and behaviors 2. Components of cultural sensitivity: Valuing and recognizing the importance of one s own culture Valuing diversity Realizing that cultural diversity will affect an individual s communication and participation in programs/education in various ways A willingness to adapt one s communication and behaviors to be compatible with another s cultural norms A willingness to learn about the traditions and characteristics of other cultures
16 how to achieve cultural competence? 1. Understand the relationship between social, political and economic dynamics that result in the community s behaviors 2. Recognize one s own subconscious and conscious bias (including stereotyping, recognition or privilege, etc.) 3. Identify that mistrust is born from historical and institutional practices 4. Use non authoritarian, cross cultural communication 5. Identify/analyze power distribution in practices/policies 6. Relinquish the role of the expert through self reflection Ross L. Notes From the Field: Learning Cultural Humility through Critical Incidents and Central Challenges in Community Based Participatory Research. J Community Pract. 2010;18:317.
17 Continuum of Diversity Awareness/ Cultural Sensitivity/Competence Put these in order in level of competence, define based on what you know/maybe know Cultural incapacity Cultural blindness Cultural pre competence Cultural destructiveness Cultural empowerment Cultural proficiency Cultural competence Adapted with permission from P.C. Coggins & Associates, LLC. Multicultural Education Institute. +
18 Cultural destructiveness: ( ) Forced assimilation, rights for dominate groups only and creates uneasiness and disconnect Cultural incapacity: ( ) Inability of systems to respond to the needs, interests, and preferences of culturally and linguistically diverse groups Institutional or systemic bias, practices of discrimination in hiring and promotion, disproportionate allocation of resources that may benefit one cultural group over another Subtle messages that some cultural groups are neither valued nor welcomed Lower expectations for some cultural groups Cultural blindness: ( ) Differences ignored, treat everyone the same Only meet the needs of dominate groups Ignores cultural strengths Blaming the victim Workforce lack diversity and recognition of culture s perception and response to disease and illness Cultural pre contemplation: (, +) Willingness to explore cultural issues Hiring practices that support diverse workforce Token representation on boards and administrative positions No clear plan to achieve individual and organizational cultural competence
19 Cultural competence: (+) Organization recognizing individual and cultural differences Seek advice from diverse groups, hire culturally unbiased staff Adapts evidence based promising practices that are culturally and linguistically competent Cultural empowerment: ( ) The ultimate level Reflected in the philosophy that the student/staff is a coequal partner in the learning process The organization s cultural proficiency is actualized in intake, assessment, treatment, planning, and follow up Cultural proficiency: (+) Implement changes to improve services based upon cultural needs, do research and teach staff new approaches to being culturally and linguistically competent Cultural competence is integrated and held as a core value in the organization Develop and publish all health promotion materials and communications that are sensitive and adapted to the cultural and linguistic needs of the population served
20 self-awareness Consider the following self assessment: I ve found that I can only change how I act if I stay aware of my beliefs and assumptions. Thoughts always reveal themselves in behavior. As humans we often contradict ourselves we say one thing and do another. We state who we are, but then act contrary to that: If we want to change our behavior, we need to notice our actions, and see if we can uncover the belief that led to that response. What caused me to behave that way and not some other way? Now consider the following self assessment tool:
21 self-assessment tool The following 15 personality related abilities are related to notions of social, emotional, cultural, and spiritual intelligence. Reflect: How well developed is this ability in my life? What life experiences have helped form this ability? Then, on a scale of 1(low) to 5 (high), assign a rating beside each attribute. ~Richard Slimbach. (2010). BECOMING WORLD WISE A GUIDE TO GLOBAL LEARNING (1st ed.). Sterling, Virginia: Stylus Publishing, LLC.
22 Capabilities My ability to identify and assess personal strengths and weaknesses (Integrity) Rating My interest in learning about new cultures (Inquisitiveness) My ability to think positively about the cross cultural situation ( Optimism) My confidence in being able (mentally and physically) to accomplish goals (Self confidence) My ability to self start and approach unfamiliar situations in a proactive manner (Initiative) My ability to remain composed in stressful situations (Emotional stability) My ability to laugh things off, including my own cultural blunders (Sense of humor) My ability to withhold judgments until I can absolutely see behind the scenes (Open mindedness) My ability to read local situations based on knowledge of the country s social, cultural, and political systems (Context awareness) My ability to form effective working relationships with people from different cultures (Collaboration) My ability to feel into the experiences of others and to see form their perspectives (Empathy) My ability to try on different ways of speaking, valuing, believing, and behaving (Experimentation) My ability to appreciate what s good and true in other cultural traditions (Respect) My ability to follow through on self directed tasks (Conscientiousness) My ability to persevere in the face of unfavorable conditions and failures ( Hardiness)
23 your abilities These abilities or personal traits appear to positively influence cultural integration and are typically formed through transitional life experiences. Study the ones you scored low and think about ways these may impact your experience. What can you do to enhance the weak abilities? The following communication strategies may assist you:
24 communication strategies Respect personal space Not in your face, female/male rules Learn and follow cultural rules about Touch In some Asian cultures a person s head shouldn t be touched because its considered the seat of wisdom and some American Indians see a vigorous hand shake as a sign of aggression Establish rapport Build relationship. Allow TIME! Share experiences exchange information, greet and respond in culturally appropriate ways Express interest in people Smile, be genuine, ask open honest questions
25 cont. Listen carefully Don t interrupt or put words in one s mouth Listen and observe more than you speak Value stories Notice eye contact and body language Be careful not to impose your personal values, morals, or beliefs20 Study a person s responses: A yes doesn t necessarily indicate understanding or willingness, it may just be showing respect. Check for understanding; ask questions Avoid jargon and stereotyping based on looks, language, dress, and other outward appearances Learn to laugh at yourself and listen to lessons brought to you by humor20
26 self-quiz! 1. Provide definitions of cultural competency and cultural humility. 2. Identify five key communication strategies effective when working in a cross cultural context. 3. When considering your work in a cross cultural context, what are your biggest challenges? 4. Cultural Competency: Is it a level of consciousness or just (plain ol ) common sense?
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