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Emory hosting Hispanic leadership workshop

By Staff
ATLANTA - On March 5 and 6, Emory University Goizueta Business School will host an on-campus Center for Hispanic Leadership (CHL) workshop featuring the center's flagship curriculum, Discover Your Hispanic Leadership Impact and Influence, which organizers say has successfully helped thousands of Latino students and professionals to accelerate their advancement in the workplace. <br /> <br /> "No other leadership workshop, seminar, or executive program available today speaks more to the power of our Hispanic heritage," says CHL Atlanta Chapter President Marisa Salcines, "and leveraging our cultural values as a competitive advantage,"<br /> <br /> Salcines says according to CHL's research, Hispanic students and professionals are eager to embrace their cultural values as a means to unveil their full potential. <br /> <br /> In addition to 16-hours of in-person training -- Emory workshop participants will receive books/materials, assessments, and exclusive access to CHL's Hispanic Leadership Academy online curriculum.<br /> <br /> Click on the link below for more information.
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