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Date: 07/06/011

Bilingual and Bi-cultural employee training for Hispanics

Capacitación bilingüe y bi-cultural para Hispanos


We must learn to view changes as a natural phenomenon – to anticipate it and to plan for it.

The future is ours to channel in the direction we want to go.

We must continually ask ourselves, “What will happen if?” or “How can we make it happen?”

-Lisa Taylor

More than Money

You can buy a person’s time; you can buy his physical presence in a given place; you can even buy a measured number of skilled muscular motions per year.

But you cannot buy enthusiasm. You cannot buy initiative. You cannot buy the devotion of hearts, minds and souls. You have to earn those things.

— Clarence Francis, For Executives Only


Just 4 Fun

Sometimes I think I understand everything, then I regain consciousness.

Ideas and Insights

“You must stick to your convictions, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.”

A prejudice is a judgment or opinion reached before the facts are known or maintained after the facts have changed.

Prejudice limits vision. It keeps us focused on what already exists or on something that we imagine exists when it does not, rather than on what might exist.

Prejudice stifles creativity.

Prejudice restricts the inflow of information.

Prejudiced people choose to believe that they have all the relevant facts rather than open their minds to other ideas.

If you’re a leader, your team members have probably recognized your prejudices long ago.

They may not speak up about it, but their reaction probably reduces their output.

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