You love your culture – now it’s time to love your career!
Based on years of research into the underlying causes of the Latino Career Chasm, the LCA™ Career Training provides proven, practical and research-based support for two groups:
Those that lead and work with Latinos.
ADELANTE CAREER WORKSHOP
FOR LATINO PROFESSIONALS WHO WANT TO TAKE CONTROL OF THEIR CAREER
The Adelante Career Workshop is a one-day experience in which you will receive the self-insight and skills needed to be successful in your career while being true to your Latino identity.
The LCA™ was the perfect tool to help me identify my strengths and opportunities. Having worked in corporate America for +15 years, the LCA™ confirmed for me that I was owning my career and taking the necessary actions to be a successful Latino Professional. I encourage all Latinos in corporate America to take the LCA™ to ensure their goals are within reach and their foundation is set for a successful career.
The Engaging Latino Talent training is a 1.5-hour webinar providing a unique insight into your Latino employees and colleagues. You will emerge with deeper cultural competence and the tools needed to build a more fully inclusive and engaging workplace.
Having over 15 years of work experience, I thought I knew my strengths and weaknesses. After taking the LCA™ Assessment, it helped me identify certain behaviors I didn’t realize were holding me back. Utilizing the results of the LCA™ Assessment gave me an action plan to improve those behaviors and become more impactful at work.
On average, why are Latinos not staying in their roles and progressing in their companies?
We have synthesized the last decade of research on Latino career progression to answer this question. This empirical look at the Latino experience in American companies highlights key cultural scripts – beliefs and behaviors – that can limit Latino professionals. This misalignment of the Latino beliefs and behaviors with the beliefs and behaviors rewarded in most organizations is a core and causal reason for our pervasive career stagnation. For more information, see our recent Forbes article.