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The Power Of Latino Leadership

Author: Juana Bordas
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 1609948874
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Latinos' demographic growth and expanding influence could herald advancements in their economic, political, and social status. For this to happen, however, Latino leaders must connected and unify a very diverse population. They must also deal with burgeoning growth - much of which is due to immigration. At the same time, leaders must address myriad issues such as the dropout rate, underemployment, and political underrepresentation. This book will provide Latino leaders with a conceptual framework that integrates culture, leadership, and historical antecedents. It will nourish the roots and traditions that have made leadership such a powerful determinant in advancing the Latino community. Its comprehensive 10 principal leadership model will give Latinos a solid foundation and a culturally-specific approach. And it will appeal to non-Latinos who wish to expand their leadership repertoire, become more culturally adaptable, or learn how to lead the dynamic Latino workforce.

Salsa Soul And Spirit

Author: Juana Bordas
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
ISBN: 1609941195
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NEW EDITION, REVISED AND UPDATED One of America’s historic strengths is the ability to incorporate aspects from many different cultures to create a stronger whole. Our music, literature, sports, architecture, food, and fashion have all benefitted. But current leadership approaches are overwhelmingly written by White males and remain distressingly Eurocentric. Juana Bordas has set out to change this. In this influential book, she shows how incorporating Latino, Black, and American Indian approaches can enrich leadership and offers a more viable model for our expanding multicultural society.

Building The Latino Future

Author: Frank Carbajal
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470293522
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An inspiring collection of success stories from the country's most prominent Latinos, Building the Latino Future offers and inspiration and advice for Latinos in any industry who want to succeed spectacularly. The future is bright for America?s Latino community; this book lets you learn from the success of such luminaries as actor Edward James Olmos, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, former housing secretary Henry Cisneros, NPR correspondent Ray Suarez, and many more.

Latinization And The Latino Leader

Author: Cristina Benitez
Publisher: Paramount Market Pub
ISBN: 9780983043614
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Latinization and the Latino Leader examines the present and projected impact of the U.S. Latino labor force, defines the most common challenges emerging Latino leaders face in the workplace and offers invaluable insights from original studies. The book offers organizations tangible solutions to successfully develop, retain, and advance Latino leaders.The Latino Competency Model which is introduced in this book is a unique view of the archetypes that influence Latino cultural values and the key competencies these values bring to organizations.Separate chapters will help Latinos in assessing their individual strengths, weaknesses and talents.

Latino Talent

Author: Robert Rodriguez
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470187463
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Praise for Latino Talent "Latino Talent is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in learning about Hispanic Americans in the workplace and in leveraging and maximizing their contributions. This unique book--written by an expert who's deeply respected in this field--provides a practical and compelling perspective on why organizations should continue to invest in developing?this?young and increasingly influential population segment."? --RAYMOND ARROYO, Chief Diversity Officer, Aetna Inc., and President,?PRIMER "Latino Talent is a must-read for diversity and HR executives who are responsible for Latino initiatives in their organizations. The book also provides justification as to why organizations need to raise the sense of urgency regarding their Latino-related workplace practices." --TIM RICHMOND, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Abbott Laboratories "Latino Talent includes wonderful insights gleaned from practitioners in the field. Readers are exposed to corporate best practices when it comes to Latino talent management initiatives. The strategies and solutions provided in Latino Talent are proven, applicable, and deliver results." --ISAIAS ZAMARRIPA, Director, Talent Acquisition, General Mills Corporation "America has awakened to the large and growing Latino demographic in this country and now wants to tap into this fast-growing consumer base. The best way to make inroads into this demographic is by building your Latino talent pool so they can create successful programs that get results. Whether you're at a Fortune 1000 company, government agency, academic institution, or not-for-profit organization, you'll want to read this strategic approach to building your Latino leadership." --ABE TOMAS HUGHES II, CEO, Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) "Employers interested in maximizing the contributions of Latinos in the workplace will find Latino Talent to be very useful and practical. In this book, Dr. Rodriguez has done extensive research to help companies and employees build bridges for understanding and inclusion." --JULIE FASONE HOLDER, Corporate Vice President, Human Resources, The Dow Chemical Company

Latina Power

Author: Ana Nogales
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780743253734
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In this empowering guide, Dr. Ana Nogales encourages Latinas to move beyond their expected roles and become the women they wish to be by embracing the seven traits they inherit naturally from their Latino culture: Espíritu Creativo (Creative Spirit) The Aguantadora's (Survivor's) Passionate Determination The Comadre's (Girlfriend's) Networking Ability The Diplomática's (Diplomat's) Discretion The Atrevida's (Risktaker's) Courage The Malabarista's (Multitasker's) Balance La Reina's (A Diva's) Confidence Each chapter features an interactive element, including a quiz to determine how strong each attribute is in the reader's own personality, plus exercises to reinforce each trait. Filled with the personal stories of successful Latinas, including novelist Isabelle Allende, TV journalist Cristina Saralegui, Congresswomen Loretta and Linda Sánchez, Latina magazine founder Christy Haubegger, and entertainer Jaci Velásquez, Latina Power inspires readers to vigorously pursue their own dreams.

Aut Ntico

Author: Dr. Robert Rodriguez
Publisher: Latinx Institute Press
ISBN: 194622958X
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Latinos are on the way to being one-third of the U.S. population by 2050. They're changing the country's talent, marketplace, and political landscapes in unprecedented ways. So why is it that there are so few Latino executives and senior leaders? It's what authors Dr. Robert Rodriguez and Andrés Tomás Tapia call the "4% Shame"—the low percentage of Latino corporate executives today. Autentico: The Definitive Guide to Latino Career Success digs deep to understand the external forces of conscious and unconscious biases, and the internal forces that create tensions for many Latinos about whether to assimilate, opt out, or double down on their cultural identities in their quest to get ahead. Insights have been gleaned from in-depth interviews with twenty highly successful Latino and Latina Boomer executives as well as from focus groups with dozens of GenX and Millennial Latinx leaders. They're synthesized and interpreted through the lenses of the authors' two very different personal experiences as Latino leaders in corporate America.

Latino And Latina Leaders Of The 21st Century Ordinary Beginnings Extraordinary Outcomes

Author: Kayla (Kay) Garcia
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781888205480
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This book is published jointly by Floricanto Press and Berkeley Press. Latino issues are everybody's issues. The Latino and Latina leaders portrayed in this book have made valuable contributions to our social, legal, political and educational systems. This book provides comprehensive stories of courageous men and women who have defied expectations, overcome adversity, set precedents, and dedicated significant time and energy to helping others achieve their goals. Active locally, nationally, and internationally in a variety of professions, these individuals offer proof that ordinary or even humble origins can lead to extraordinary accomplishments. This collective biography expounds on well-known and otherwise Latino leaders who are at the front of their fields. It includes well-known individuals, such as Sonia Sotomayor, First Latina on the Supreme Court; Dolores Huerta, Union Organizer and Community Activist; Jorge Ramos, News Anchor and Advocate; John Haroldson and Maria Chavez-Haroldson, District Attorney and Leadership Facilitator; and Sandra Cisneros, Author and Activist. It includes, as well, many others, such as Julian Castro, Mayor of San Antonio; Nydia Velazquez, Representative for New York; Luis Gutierrez, Representative for Illinois; Marco Rubio, Senator for Florida. It also comprises leaders in fields of education, community activism, and literary figures such as Cherrie Moraga, Advocate for LGBTQ, Latinos, and Indigenous People, and Elena Poniatowska, an Internationally known ally to Latinos.

Latino America

Author: Matt Barreto
Publisher: PublicAffairs
ISBN: 1610395026
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Sometime in April 2014, somewhere in a hospital in California, a Latino child tipped the demographic scales as Latinos displaced non-Hispanic whites as the largest racial/ethnic group in the state. So, one-hundred-sixty-six years after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo brought the Mexican province of Alta California into the United States, Latinos once again became the largest population in the state. Surprised? Texas will make the same transition sometime before 2020. When that happens, America's two most populous states, carrying the largest number of Electoral College votes, will be Latino. New Mexico is already there. New York, Florida, Arizona, and Nevada are shifting rapidly. Latino populations since 2000 have doubled in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, and South Dakota. The US is undergoing a substantial and irreversible shift in its identity. So, too, are the Latinos who make up these populations. Matt Barreto and Gary M. Segura are the country's preeminent experts in the shape, disposition, and mood of Latino America. They show the extent to which Latinos have already transformed the US politically and socially, and how Latino Americans are the most buoyant and dynamic ethnic and racial group, often in quite counterintuitive ways. Latinos' optimism, strength of family, belief in the constructive role of government, and resilience have the imminent potential to reshape the political and partisan landscape for a generation and drive the outcome of elections as soon as 2016.

Latino Pentecostals In America

Author: Gastón Espinosa
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674419324
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Today 12.5 million U.S. Latinos self-identify as Protestant, and Assemblies of God is the destination for one out of four converts. Gastón Espinosa reveals the church's struggle for indigenous leadership, racial equality, women in the ministry, and immigration reform and shows why "Silent Pentacostals" are an activist voice in Evangelical politics.