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Roberto Carmona to Speak at the University of Iowa on Success Tools for the Next Generation of Leaders
Roberto Carmona to Speak at the University of Iowa on Success Tools for the Next Generation of Leaders
April 4, 2013
On April 9th, leadership development and business strategy consultant Roberto Carmona, President/CEO of the CRIMSON LEADERSHIP GROUP (CRIMSON), will speak on success tools needed by the current and next generation of leaders. He was invited by the Sigma Lambda Gamma Chapter of the University of Iowa. Roberto’s presentation will cover Ten (10) core leadership tools:
  1. “How” to think, not “what” to think, when faced with critical decisions
  2. How to develop personal, customized learning strategies for building adaptive capacity
  3. How to create and sustain relationships and networks for personal, professional and financial advancement
  4. How to identity a healthy mentor protégée relationship and when to disengage, when a mentor becomes an obstacle to advancement
  5. How to use communication tools, such as negotiation and persuasion, for building healthy alliances and collaborations
  6. How to gain personal power, cultivate it and use power to advance positioning and minimize impact of those who serve as barriers to success
  7. How to surf organizational leadership pipelines for career advancement
  8. How to gain insights and value from personal relationships, family experiences, the arts, literature, film, and humor
  9. How to transform failures, into tools for learning and for mentoring others
  10. How to have a healthy work-life balance through various career stages
Following his presentation at the University of Iowa, Roberto will be traveling to Marshalltown Iowa on April and will be meeting with local community, business and political leaders to share and discuss ideas on how to promote, engage, strategize and leverage the value of the growing Latino population in the region. About Roberto Carmona Roberto is a nationally recognized consultant who has successfully executed on complex executive search, strategic marketing, economic development, leadership development and organizational change projects for Fortune 500 companies, national organizations, such as the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), New America Alliance, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Department of Labor, local governments, hospitals, colleges and universities Roberto completed a Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. He sits on the National Advisory Board of Voces Verdes and was recently appointed to the Illinois Governor’s Labor Advisory Board. This article originally appeared on Hispanic Pro.
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