Diversity and Spiritual Competency
Principles Motivational Interviewing – Motivational interviewing is a counseling method that helps people resolve ambivalent feelings and insecurities to find the internal motivation they need to change their behavior. It is a practical, empathetic, and short-term process that takes into consideration how difficult it is to make life changes.
Diversity – Training provides the knowledge, skills and tools in gaining critical knowledge and skills. This is important for creating and sustaining change that fosters a more creative, inclusive, respectful and productive workforce and workplace. Inclusion and diversity training must be flexible to meet the demands and schedules of today's active working environments.
Spiritual Competency – Spiritual competence training is important in therapeutic work, and then offers a number of strategies for developing spiritual competence. As such, It helps equip practitioners to provide more ethical, effective services in a nation characterized by increasing religious diversity.
Interpersonal and Professional Development – Assist organizations to create foster and maintain formal and informal partner-ships with community and faith-based organizations, educational institutions, government, and private sector organizations, while learning strategies to work effectively with others.
Organizational/Agency Structure and Development – The organizational development (OD) tradition is a practitioner-driven intervention-oriented approach to affect organizational change via individual change, with a view to increasing effectiveness. It is implemented within a problem-solving model, placing a heavy accent on survey-based problem diagnosis.
Performance Measurement – Assisting organizations to develop, and implement a systematic approach for collecting, analyzing, data, and reporting customer satisfaction surveys - Using the "Integrated Data Model® developed by Libre"
Software and Technology Evaluation – Assisting organizations in properly evaluating major software investments and technology needs, finding potential software/technological options, appraisal of program and staff needs, required reporting demands, data migration issues, assessing training and support concerns, and assessing “user friendliness."