Developing cultural competence in children's services organisations

Meera Spillett
Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Paper from former director of children's services highlights lack of progress in developing leadership skills of black, Asian and minority ethnic professionals, and provides tools to help create culturally competent organisations.

Meera Spillett, associate, The Staff College: “There are still too few BAME leaders in children’s services”
Meera Spillett, associate, The Staff College: “There are still too few BAME leaders in children’s services”

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