The Hispanic Talent Development Pipeline was developed to bridge the gap between representation and development. Currently, this area on concern presents both a challenge and an opportunity for organizations to identify and develop emerging Hispanic leaders. NHCC’s program supports this process with:
- Identify cultural challenges and opportunities for developing Hispanics leaders in corporate America.
- Leverage new and existing NHCC relationships to assemble a cadre of faculty, advisors and mentors to deliver the NHCC-CEDP curriculum.
- Use a multi-phase approach to engage participants to promote application of learning and sustained behavior change.
- Engage corporate leaders in expanding learning experiences and mentoring relationships with participants to promote application of their learning experiences.
- Accelerate NHCC-CEDP participant development through networking with program graduates.
- Address how culture, Hispanic culture and corporate culture, affects leadership development within corporate America. Increase participant understanding of the powerful role culture plays in their development; and how /when to align personal cultural traits with corporate culture.
- Affect behavioral change so that cultural insights are used with intent to improve individual and team performance.
- Craft a leadership development plan for each participant addressing leadership competencies needed to perform at a strategic level within their corporation.
- Create a mentoring plan for each participant.
- Leverage “the genius of teams” to further develop leadership skills by grouping participants and assigning them cross-organizational projects.
- Create a measurement system that tracks progress of participants during and after their institute experience.
- Establish a network of Institute graduates that supports future NHCC-CEDP participants and activities.
- Encourage participants to engage community organizations leveraging program insights and expanding opportunities to lead.
The NHCC Corporate Executive Development Program was explicitly designed for the high performing high potential Hispanic manager within middle management. The program admittance process will carefully assemble classes of peers to maximize learning opportunities and targeted results.