Condor Book Tours Presents The Power of Latino Leadership: Culture, Inclusion and Contribution

Juana Bordas

Day One Condor Book Tour

The Power of Latino Leadership: Culture, Inclusion and Contribution (Berrett Koehler Publishers, 2013) by Juana Bordas

We are honored for the opportunity to support Juana Bordas, one of our country’s brightest leaders. Listen in as we talk to Juana about her passion for leadership, challenges facing Latinas in leadership today and a list of FIVE leaders every American should know.

Enjoy!

Every day from June 17 thru June 28, there will be new material online about the book The Power of Latino Leadership and author Juana Bordas. Follow along with this schedule!

Monday June 17  Condor Musings

Tuesday June 18 Hispanic New York
Wed June 19 Examiner
Thursday June 20 Latina Lista
Friday June 21 OC Gente

Monday June 24 L2L
Tuesday June 25 Latina Book Club
Wed June 26 Latina Geeks
Thurs June 27 Que Means What  & Amigapreneur
Friday June 28 Pa’lante Latino

Additionally, On THURSDAY JUNE 20 at 10am Pacific, there will be a FREE webinar with Juana Bordas hosted by Emerge America. Registration is here: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/748180806

And don’t forget to join us Monday thru Thursday June 17-20 at 5pm Pacific and Friday June 21 at 11am Pacific on twitter using #latinolead follow @condorbooktours and @juanabordas

Power of Latino Leadership (BK Publishers) by Juana BordasBUY THE BOOK NOW!

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

There are over 50 million Latinos in the United States, the largest minority group in the country and it’s estimated that by 2050 one in three of the US population will be Hispanic.

What does it take to lead a varied and vibrant people who hail from twenty-two different countries? And what can leaders of all cultures and ethnicities learn from how Latinos lead?

Based on her personal experience as a longtime Latina leader Juana Bordas takes us on a journey to the very heart and soul of Latino leadership. She offers ten principles that guide Latino leaders and features numerous examples of these principles in action.

About Juana Bordas

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 is a founder of Mi Casa Women’s Center and served as executive director. Today, Mi Casa is recognized as a national model for women’s empowerment. She is founding president/CEO of the National Hispana Leadership Institute, the only program in America that prepares Latinas for national leadership. Almost 500 outstanding Latina leaders have now completed this program. In 2000, she founded The Circle of Latina Leadership to train “the next generation of Latina Leaders.”

Juana was initiated into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame and honored as a Wise Woman by the National Center for Women’s Policy Studies. She recently served as advisor to Harvard’s Hispanic Journal on Public Policy and the Kellogg National Fellows Program. A former Peace Corps volunteer, Juana received the Franklin Miller Award from the U.S. Peace Corps for her lifelong commitment to advancing communities of color and the Leadership Legacy Award from Spellman College’s Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement. She was honored with the 2008 Martin Luther King Jr. Business Responsibility Award. Juana has worked for a number of Fortune 500 companies including Coors Brewing Company, Chevron, Dial Corporation, and Texas Instruments. She has also assisted government agencies, airports, and nonprofits enhance their leadership capacity and groom the potential of their growing diversity.

3 thoughts on “Condor Book Tours Presents The Power of Latino Leadership: Culture, Inclusion and Contribution

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