Beyond Latinidad: Identity, Intersectionality & Inclusivity
This year, the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE)’s theme of “Beyond Latinidad: Identity, Intersectionality & Inclusivity” will help facilitate critical dialogues on various timely issues Latinos face in the workplace and showcase best practices and stories to inspire individuals to become leaders and owners of their own destiny in the workplace, life and for their communities. Patricia will share her own personal leadership trajectory via this theme, showcasing the importance of personal and professional development, and specifically through the lens of understanding one’s own authentic identity, own Latinidad, those of others, and those amongst our community. Effective leaders make this connection, embrace the intersectionality, and with that, influence inclusive spaces, teams and environments.
Rapid Fire: Leadership
Marilyn Alverio, Phyllis Barajas, José Feliciano, Ingrid Galvez, Ricardo Henriquez, Karla Medina, Fernando Muñiz, Constanza Segovia
This session is a series of short presentations offering varying viewpoints on leadership and the leader's experience.
Change Yourself into a Change Agent
Dr. Rosanna Garcia
Not everyone is cut out to be a change agent. Change is difficult and most people will fight change, and sometimes will even attack the change agent. So why become a change agent? In this presentation, Dr. Garcia will discuss what is a change agent and why it’s an important role for the Hispanic professional to be a catalyst for change. You will be challenged to think of what you might want to change either in your personal life or in your professional life. Identifying meaningful places to make change, planning to implement that change and what to do when there are setbacks are topics that will be introduced in this workshop. Come ready to change yourself into a powerful change agent.
Intersection of Community Empowerment and Career Development
Richard Alleyne, Tatiana Banhon, Nicole Grenier, Casey Pantazopoulos
Panelists from The Hartford will share their experiences and demonstrate how community involvement can be fulfilling and beneficial to your career development. Learn how to simultaneously empower your community and build your career through volunteerism and non-profit service. Also learn how to develop your professional skills through active engagement in external organizations and applying those skills to your current role.
How to Be a Leader in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Dr. Mark Maybury, John Navarro, Diane Jaramillo, Eric Esquibel, Sr., Kimberly Williams
As we enter the fourth industrial revolution, companies will have to fully engage employees with diverse backgrounds, experiences and thoughts for innovation and business success. And, more and more, employee success and performance will be shaped by an employee’s ability to respond to the need for greater collaboration and speed of innovation. During this interactive session, attendees will learn more about the future of industry and the workplace and hear from Stanley Black & Decker employees about their strategies for success.
The Leader as Coach
In this extended session, you’ll get the essential coaching skills you need to bring out the best in others as a leader. Coaching increases individual and organizational performance, engagement, and quality. You’ll benefit from the over twenty years of professional and executive coaching experience that David Morelli brings, as he guides you to help others reach their peak potential through coaching. By the end of the session, you’ll know how to create the most powerful coaching dynamics required of today’s top leaders. This session is part of the Transformational Leadership Certificate offered by the University of Denver and Prospanica!