The Power of Latino Leadership: Culture, Inclusion, and Contribution

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2013 - 261 עמודים
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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.
 

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Leading Latino Style
1
La Historia Latino Fusion and Hybrid Vigor
19
Preparing to Lead A Latino Perspective
53
The Cultural Foundations of Leadership
97
Putting Leadership into Action
131
Latino Destino
211
Notes
231
Glossary
247
Index
251
About the Author
260
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Juana Bordas is president of Mestiza Leadership International in Denver and vice president of the board of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. A former faculty member for the Center for Creative Leadership, she taught in the Leadership Development Program (LDP) - the most highly utilized executive program in the world. Juana lives in Denver, Colorado.

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