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Latinx Leadership:
How to Employ, Engage and Elevate Talent Across Generations, Cultures and Differences


Keynote Description

In a fresh and entertaining style, Miguel shares transformational principles that will inspire and equip participants to embrace justice, equity, diversity and inclusion as mission multipliers. The importance of Diversity & Inclusion has not translated over time into equal representation in senior leadership positions. The talent war, generational changes and the expectation for belonging have shifted tradition talent management models and leadership requirements. Despite the best intentions, organizations continue to experience a revolving door for talented marginalized individuals. 

Research shows that people of color who advance the furthest all share one characteristic – a strong network of mentors and sponsors who nurture their professional development. This keynote webinar celebrates the LatinX culture by providing proven strategies to ignite belonging through allyship, mentoring and development rooted in self-empowerment. Miguel will educate participants in the concept of an empowerment model responsive to systemic issues of oppression and discrimination. Through captivating stories and thought-provoking exercises, this session will provide participants with the tools needed to facilitate the right workplace interventions to help diverse talent become agents of change that are resilient, agile and fueled by dynamic and challenging environments.


  1. The specific steps and actions to create a workplace culture that allows everyone to thrive.

  2. How to facilitate the right workplace interventions to increase employee engagement and performance

  3. Coaching and influencing techniques to increase inclusion

  4. How to analyze how one’s identity shapes his or her views, values, and perception in the workplace

  5. The behaviors that enhance the use of one’s self as an agent of change

  6. Learn to anticipate employee needs, concerns and objections by providing mentors and mentees with safe opportunities to discuss and explore issues around race, oppression, discrimination. 

  7. Understand the concept of cultural mistrust, and the ways this may manifest in typical mentoring programs.



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