Context centers around truth and reconciliation, which requires leaning into this work from a place of humility and acknowledgement of harm done. It means reflecting on your role in the system, and using that as a starting point for change.
Compassion prioritizes psychological safety and wellbeing-- iterating on engagement internally and externally to support the human and emotional needs of yourself, your staff, and the families you engage.
Change requires personal and professional development in ways you may not have anticipated. Change-oriented leaders reflect on the power they hold as individuals and the areas they need to grow to nurture their teams and their community.
Consistency centers around follow-up & follow-through; talking less and doing more. Consistent leaders are brave in the face of discomfort, and affirm their commitment by taking action despite challenges that stand in their way.
Collaboration is about sharing power and creating ways to actively amplify and design with people with lived experience—without tokenizing them. Collaborative leaders strive to build relationships of mutuality and solidarity with their teams, families, and those impacted by the system to move the work forward.