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The Hispanic Professionals Networking Groups seeks to increase the visibility of Hispanic business professionals by fostering a great unity through networking opportunities. NEW YORK * MIAMI

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Past Performance is an Excellent Indicator

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Rod Colon on Networking vs. Selling

As the HPNG team is making final preparations for our upcoming Latino Leadership Conference on July 1, 2008, the video above provides a sneak peek at the quality educational programs HPNG makes available to its members. Back on April 29, 2008, our "Career Management Workshop" was a high impact educational experience for all attendees. Rod Colon, CEO & Founder of ETP Network, led the workshop with powerful information on the importance of reciprocal networking. Rod also covered the synergy of combining Indeed with LinkedIn to leverage network connections to exponentially acquire job interviews or business opportunities. This extremely interactive workshop empowered attendees with a completely new set of proven techniques that minimizes time spent on a job search or closing deals.

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Sunday, June 15, 2008

Goldman Sachs Invitation - Brokering Change: A Wall Street Multicultural Women's Exchange Interbank Conference


Goldman Sachs cordially invites you to attend Brokering Change: A Wall Street Multicultural Women's Exchange Interbank Conference to be held on Tuesday, June 24, 2008.

The Brokering Change conference will be one of the first programs of this scale to promote authentic leadership and commercial development of multicultural women in the financial services industry. Through distinguished keynotes, market-driven discourse, interactive workshops, and expert panels, we hope to provide participants with:

  • Tools and knowledge to enhance their professional portfolio, including insights from leading experts about the unique opportunities for growth in today’s global markets
  • Access to thought leaders and cutting edge research that identifies and addresses the key challenges that multicultural women face in the workplace
  • Exposure to and interaction with multicultural women trailblazers and other Wall Street pioneers
  • A forum to exchange ideas and share best practices with peers across the financial services industry

Please use the conference Web site to view the complete details and to register for the conference. Registration for individual sessions is available.

We hope you will join us.

Date and Location:
June 24, 2008
Bayard's
1 Hanover Square
New York, NY

Registration: 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Conference: 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Cocktail Reception: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

For more information please visit the conference web site at:
http://www.gs.com/gsevents/gsbc2008/attendee

Friday, June 06, 2008

The 2008 HPNG Latino Leadership Conference - July 1st, New York City


The trend is clear and the ramifications are obvious. As the largest and fastest growing demographic group in the United States, organizations are raising their sense of urgency regarding their Latino initiatives because they view the Latino community as their next great source of intellectual capital and as a catalyst for economic growth. All of the interest and focus on the Hispanic community is creating numerous opportunities for those Latinos that are well prepared.


The 2008 HPNG Latino Leadership Conference is designed to promote career development and professional growth for the next generation of Latino leaders. The conference agenda includes an impressive list of Latino executives who will share their insights, experiences and advice on how Latinos can reach their full potential and achieve tremendous career success. You’ll learn from these role models as they share their inspiring stories and describe how they overcame common career roadblocks, leveraged their ethnicity as an asset, navigated organizational politics and played a positive role in their communities.

The agenda is designed to allow you to be an active participant in the learning experience. You can take advantage of the interactive nature of the sessions which allows you to ask questions, seek clarity, probe deeper and even challenge some of the concepts that will be addressed. Being engaged during the sessions will allow you to get the most of the conference and will help ensure the material is of most relevant to you.

By leveraging what you will learn at this conference, you’ll better position yourself to take advantage of career opportunities when they arise and you’ll be able to serve as a positive example of the capabilities of Latino professionals.


Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Latino Talent: Effective Strategies to Recruit, Retain & Develop Hispanic Professionals

Dear Friends,

This Thursday, June 5th I'll be doing a 60 minute webinar on the topic of my book "Latino Talent" (www.latinotalentbook.com) as part of the Texas Diversity Council (www.texasdiversitycouncil.org) webinar series. Below is more information for any of you who may be interested. The cost is very reasonable at only $69.00 per person. Hope some of you will be able to join me for the webinar. Feel free to pass along this info to members of your network who may find this session of interest. Registration information is below.

Best,

Robert Rodriguez, PhD
Assistant Dean
Kaplan University



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Texas Diversity Council Webinar Series

Session Title: Latino Talent: Effective Strategies to Recruit, Retain & Develop Hispanic Professionals

Date: Thursday, June 5th, 2008
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m., CDT

Session Description: Due to their growing population and rising purchasing power, organizations see the Latino community as their next great source of intellectual capital and a catalyst for economic growth. Yet despite this interest in the Latino community, organizations are woefully unprepared to tap into the Latino talent pool because they do not have a textured understanding of Latino diversity. This lack of understanding and insight about the Latino community results in common mistakes made by corporations whose talent management strategies are ineffective when applied to the Latino community.

This informative session will provide much-needed insight about Latino diversity by addressing important terminology, key demographic statistics and an insightful analysis of Hispanic heritage. Numerous corporate best practices will be highlighted that demonstrate how such an insight into the Latino community provides the foundation for successful Latino diversity initiatives.

The main focus of the session concentrates on providing practical, real-world solutions that companies can apply immediately to more effectively recruit, retain and develop Latino professionals. This session is a must for diversity practitioners, human resource executives and will be enjoyed by Latino professionals.

To register for this event, go to the link below. Cost is very reasonable and only $69.00 per participant.

http://www.texasdiversitycouncil.org/TXDCwebinars.html