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Cafecito con Prospanica: Raise Our Voices
Power Up: Facing Anxiety & the Unknown
The disease, the news, and our isolation have altered our daily realities, leaving many of us struggling with anxiety in our isolation. Join health and wellness expert Karla Medina for a conversation on how to break the cycles that cause our anxiety. Karla will present her strategies on maintaining your mental and physical well-being during this tumultuous time, and she'll answer your questions on how to thrive within the unknown while pursuing your personal and professional goals from a place of power. Click here to watch live on April 1, 2020, at 11 AM CDT.
Virtual Leadership Summit
We cancelled our 2020 Leadership Summit but redesigned it as a virtual event, hosting one workshop and a development session. We designed the Leadership Summit around developing our unique voices and activating our agency, and by attending both sessions, you can earn the Certificate of Leadership Communication, offered in partnership with the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas. This Virtual Summit is and costs only $50 for non-members. Learn more and view the recordings .
Soft Skills Development Series
Produced in partnership with the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas, this four-part series will help you advance by focusing on your soft-skill development. The entire series is free for members, and non-members pay only $20 per webinar. If you watch all four webinars, you can further invest in yourself by qualifying for the digital badge. A digital badge is a micro-credential that contains detailed information about the learning experience and the knowledge gained. It is shareable across the internet, including LinkedIn. Learn more about the series and view the recordings.
General Interest Webinars
Are You Board Material?
The Prospanica Board Leadership Program is a top-tier professional development opportunity for our members . Formed in partnership with the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, the program aims to provide a small cohort of participants
with the knowledge and skills required to be a more effective professional, leader, and future corporate board member. Join us to hear from David Morelli from the University of Denver as he walks us through the program. We'll also hear from
Cari Dominguez, a current corporate board member, as well as Jose Feliciano, a graduate from the original cohort. View recording.
Creating MBA Success as a Latino First-Year
Entering the MBA environment can be daunting. After time away from academic life, students must transition from professional demands into a learning process different from their undergraduate experience, and many juggle work and family demands as
well. Redeveloping learning habits must happen quickly while undergoing an intensive class pace with other ambitious classmates whose professional or content experience could be deeper. This conversation will explore how to prepare yourself
by hearing from several top Latino students who not only survived but excelled during the first year of their MBA programs. Learn more about webinar and view recording.
Latino Masculinity in Today’s Corporate Culture
Historically, corporate America and society in general have favored males, but recent conversations on masculinity have demanded attention and altered the traditional landscape. This has changed how we understand leadership and masculinity itself
within the corporate space. As men adapt, what does a new understanding of masculinity mean for Latino men who want to be corporate leaders? How can we highlight our diverse strengths without the traditional male bravado? And how
can we reach greater corporate success by leveraging relationships rather than an assumed masculine authority? Learn more about webinar and view recording.
The New Latina Code: Collaborative, Disruptive Leadership
Before, Latinas were told that leadership was for other people. The glass ceilings were transparent, but they were also strong. Now, Latinas have begun to assume positions of influence. They are responsive, innovative, and hungry for
results. How can Millennial Latinas and experienced professional Latinas connect with each other to accelerate everyone’s leadership potential? What can women achieve when combining experience, skills, and wisdom with innovative resources,
energy and talent? Join this webinar with successful Latinas to explore how women of all ages can navigate culture—corporate, Latino, and generational—to encourage, inspire, and promote each other. Learn more about webinar and view recording.