What: Organizations are grooming their Hispanic executives for leadership at the most senior levels. In many cases however, middle management executives are often left on their own to develop their careers and leadership skills. Leadership extends beyond the corporate world and the decisions they make in the future will have an impact on the Latino community as a whole. Enlightened Latino Leaders will transform the Hispanic community, but the education of those leaders is the key to their progress and development.
This one day conference will showcase the leadership styles, methods, and practices of Latino leaders active in today’s business environment. The key note speakers will cover practical “how-to” advice along with innovative approaches to leadership development. These senior level professionals will cover areas such as foundational skills, navigating through critical business functions, strategy formulation and implementation and personal leadership.
This dynamic gathering of Latino leaders will demonstrate how success is achieved through preparation, determination, mentorship and a quality peer network. The event will be attended by approximately 250 middle management and senior-level Latino professionals, with a focus on the Tri-State region. The 2008 HPNG Latino Leadership Conference in New York City is sponsored in part by, Kaplan University and Martinez Law Group P.C.
Who: Confirmed speakers for the event include:
Robert Rodriguez, Associate Dean of Kaplan University,
Leslie Sanchez, CEO, Impact Group, author Los Republicanos
Robert Abreu, Global Leadership & Diversity, Goldman Sachs & Co.
Marty Secada, Managing Director, Broad & Wall Advisors
Robert Martinez, Diversity & Inclusions, Princeton University
Jenny Alonzo, Co-Founder, Mio.TV
Lt. General Ricard S. Sanchez, United States Army (Ret.)
Where: Yale Club of New York, 50 Vanderbilt Ave
When: Tuesday July 1, 2008
How: Early Bird Special Tickets $225 Register at Event Website
About HPNG: The Hispanic Professionals Networking Group provides opportunities for Hispanic professionals to grow their networks and develop their careers. HPNG hosts networking events and offers professional and personal development workshops in New York and Miami.