Exito Latino (Latino Seccedd): Consejos de los Ejecutivos Latinos de Mas Suceso en los Estados Unidos (Insights from 100 OF America's Most Powerful Latino Business Professionals)

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Simon and Schuster, Jun 19, 1997 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
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The candid, inspiring stories in this book reveal the secrets that have helped Latinos make it to the top in a variety of businesses and industries. Readers will discover how to manage people, prepare and set goals, and deal with racism or sexism in the workplace.
 

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Contents

Los consejos
21
Allanar el campo de juego
63
Tremenda ventaja
93
Imagen
123
Nunca temas fracasar
155
Orgullo
189
Sigue tu camino
211
mejores compañías para los latinos
251
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Author's Page: www.amazon.com/author/augustofailde Augusto's commitment to the empowerment power of online education goes back to an early Stanford University experiment in computer-based self-paced courses. That experience shaped his life-long belief into what he sees as one of the most powerful "equalizers" of the internet: Online Education. A commitment that continues today with Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Augusto is a co-founder of www.MOOCs.University; creator of one of the first MOOCs Provider Directories, www.MOOCs.co; originator of the www.MOOCpetition.com on Change.org, and developer of the MOOCs University App available in Google Play, iTunes App Store, Amazon & others. Earlier, as a principal with one of the country's first Online Education Consumer Organizations, AboutEdu, and in conjunction with the senior management of the country's largest American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), he proposed, and co-managed the development of the first learner-focused search portal for the affordable online programs of community colleges nationwide. Prior to joining AboutEdu, he was Senior Vice President of Global Business Development and a member of the start-up team of what today is a billion dollars world leader in International Higher Education - Laureate International Universities. He came to Laureate from one of the first eLearning subsidiaries by a major University, New York University's Online Education division (NYU online), where he headed Global Business Development. Mr. Failde, a frequent industry speaker, was the featured speaker on "Ethics in the Age of Online Education and MOOCs" at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics - Higher Education Conference. He has been honored as one of the recipients of the World Trade Center Institute's (WTCI) International Business Leadership award, and since 2008, he has been a member of the WTCI's Board of Directors. Augusto is passionate about the need to increase online grief education and support, and is a Board Member of the Online Grief Support Organization, www.MyGriefAngels.org Mr. Failde is also the co-author of one of the first Business Self-Help books for the Latino population - Simon & Schuster's "Latino Success" (English) / "Exito Latino" (Spanish), and "Good from Grief." Augusto holds an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School, and an undergraduate degree in International Relations / Economics from Stanford University. Twitter: www.twitter.com/MOOCsNews

William Doyle is the coauthor, with former US Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, of American Gun: A History of the US in Ten Firearms. His other books include A Soldier’s Dream: Captain Travis Patriquin and the Awakening of Iraq, An American Insurrection, Inside the Oval Office, and A Mission from God (with James Meredith). He served as director of original programming for HBO, and he is co-producer of the PBS special Navy SEALs: Their Untold Story.

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