The UNM Anderson School of Management Career and Professional Development Program along with the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce is offering an exciting new program that will greatly enhance our Hispanic community and those looking to increase their leadership development in the workforce and networking circles.
Hispanic Leadership Development Certificate Program
Dates: Wednesdays, February 26 - April 23, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: The Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
1309 4th street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
on 4th and Avenida Cesar Chavez, click here for a map
Stretch your ability to act as team leader and team player and learn how to create and sustain the most effective business relationships. Understanding the cultural differences with regard to leadership will allow you to overcome the obstacles that traditionally hinder Latinos from advancing their careers. Learn how to use the powerful traction of Latino social, economic, cultural, and political power to the benefit you and your organization.
The Anderson School of Management’s Hispanic Leadership Development program is designed for Latino’s who are in or aspire to managerial and executive levels of leadership. With a focus on both personal growth and cultural issues Latino’s face today, you will gain the tools you need to compete for high-level organizational leadership positions.
Early Bird Pricing $945
Group Discount $100
UNM Alumni $895
UNM Staff - $895 Tuition Remission Accepted
Refer a friend discount $50
Who Should Take this Course:
Latinos in the public or private sector that want to increase their leadership and management skills
Latinos interested in creating a network of resources
What You Will be Able to Do:
Gain an in-depth understanding of cultural differences within leadership, and insights regarding self-promotion
Understand and leverage your personal leadership style
Identify political alliances within your organization and “manage-up” the executive chain
How You Will Benefit:
Advance your careers by expanding your leadership skills and your ability to contribute to your organizations, the community and the business sector.
Enhance your communication among Hispanic leaders in the business community.
Strengthen your ability to influence, coach and form professional relationships with others
Overview/Current State of Latinos in the Workplace/Work-Life-Family Balance
Power and Influence
Networking and Mentoring
Strategic Opportunity Planning
Putting It All Together
Matthew Lawrence Rivera
To receive the Anderson School's Certificate, participants must attend 7 of the 8 sessions.