Skills That Contribute To The Successful Leadership Of Hispanic Immigrants In The United States: A Case Study

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AuthorHouse, Jan 13, 2011 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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The percentage of Hispanics in the American workforce had doubled by the early 2000s (Huntington, 2004). Most legal Hispanic immigrants who are admitted on a yearly basis do not have the skills needed to become leaders (Sirkin & McDermont, 2001). The findings of the proposed qualitative descriptive study provided insight into the gap in the literature regarding the skills needed to become Hispanic leaders. Specific questions focused on factors that influenced the participants in this case study to become leaders. The purpose of this qualitative descriptive study was to identify and describe the skills that contribute to the successful leadership of Hispanic immigrants. A disproportionate number of recent Hispanic immigrants arriving in the United States are not skilled and have not had the opportunity of becoming successful leaders (Huntington, 2004)
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Statement of the Problem
9
REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
17
Leadership Communication Styles
25
Dependent Variables
31
METHOD
37
Research Design
38
ANALYSIS
51
Data Analysis Process
60
Summary
78
Suggestions for Future Studies
92
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