Intercultural Leadership Capacity Scale
ILC is a broad assessment of four different leadership capacities that are key in leading an intercultural organization. Each capacity is evaluated in two scales. The first is based upon the participants knowledge of the particular capacity. The second part evaluates their application or praxis of the individual capacity. Each capacity will be assessed by a total of six questions, 3 pertaining to knowledge, and 3 pertaining to praxis. The result will allow a composite score of knowledge, a composite score of praxis and to total composite score.
- Social Identity Theory: The capacity to influence personal identity through participation in communities in which we belong
- Cultural Intelligence: The capacity to function in cultures that are distinct from one’s own.
- Trauma-Sensitive Pastoral Care: The capacity to recognize and respond to traumatized and traumatizing persons in a given community.
- Intersectionality: The capacity to recognize and respond to multiple axes of overlapping power dynamics within a given community.
- Can be learned.
- Has a Biblical basis