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Nuestras generaciones hpgm milwaukee

  1. 1. Next Generation Diversity — What It Nuestras Generaciones – Present & Future Hispanic Professionals of Greater MilwaukeeMarch 18, 2011<br />Andrés T. Tapia, President, Diversity Best Practices<br />Follow diversity trends & insights<br />Blog: inclusionparadox.com Web: diversitybestpractices.com<br />Twitter: @AndresTTapia<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  3. 3. The Nod & Smile<br />
  4. 4. @AndrésTTapia<br />INC Top 10 #Hispanic Entrepreneurs - Hispanically Speaking News - Topixhttp://t.co/tWSAlb8 #Diversity #Latino 1:35 PM Sep 6th via Tweet Button<br />1st Brazilian headliner Ivete Sangalo Fills Madison Square Garden; 5k tix sold#Brazil http://nyti.ms/bU1mwo #Diversity #Globalization 11:06 AM Sep 6th via TimesPeople<br />New Blog post: Dora the Explorer, Cultural Change Agent?http://budurl.com/dora #Diversity #Inclusion 8:13 AM Sep 5th via TweetDeck <br />An Argentinian envies #Peru progress, policy continuity through diff presidents & cuisinehttp://www.lanacion.com.ar/1291026 [Spanish] 9:42 AM Sep 4th via web<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  5. 5. Latinopalooza<br /><ul><li>Latino Millennials tend to self-identify by parent origin (Colombian, Costa Rican…) or by new blends Mexipino, Blaxican, China Latina </li></ul>57% of young Latinos prefer to speak English<br />However 16% of young Latinos identify themselves as white, compared with 30% of adult Latinos <br />Not all Latinos eat tacos<br />5<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  6. 6. The Immigration Travesty<br />
  7. 7. Immigrants’ Economic Contributions <br />Immigrants contribute as workers<br />Doctors (1 in 4), Patents (1/4th), Construction, agriculture, maintenance, hospitality. <br />Immigrants contribute as consumers<br />Chicago: undocumented immigrants spend $2.89 billion on goods and services, creating 31,908 jobs Immigration contributed to 40%+ of net household formations between 2000 and 2005 (Harvard)<br />Immigrants contribute as entrepreneurs<br />More than 1 in 10 self-employed businesspeople in US<br />
  8. 8. Immigrants’ Economic Contributions <br />Immigrants contribute as taxpayers<br /><ul><li>Immigrants pay sales, property, and income taxes
  9. 9. 3/4 undocumented immigrants pay payroll taxes.
  10. 10. Pay $1,800 more in taxes than receive in benefits; over lifetime she and descendants $80,000 less
  11. 11. Undocumented contribute $7 billion a year in Social Security taxes; $407 billion over 50 years.</li></ul>US economy gains $37 billion a year from immigrants’ participation in the US economy<br />
  12. 12. The Latina Dilemma <br />Traditional Machismo<br />The Burden of Matriarchy<br />Modestía<br />9<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  13. 13. Three Current Women Presidents<br />6 Women Presidents in Total <br />Chile —<br />Michelle Bachelet<br />Brazil—<br />DilamRousseff<br />Argentina —<br />Cristina Kirchner<br />Costa Rica —<br />Laura Chinchilla<br />10<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  14. 14. So Sarah Martínez from Wheaton Franciscan Healthcarewalked up to me… <br />
  15. 15. Identidad & Corporate Culture Clash<br />
  16. 16. Latino Worldview<br /><ul><li>Comunidad
  17. 17. Superación
  18. 18. Simpatía
  19. 19. Confianza
  20. 20. En Manos de Dios</li></ul>13<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  21. 21. European-America Worldview<br /><ul><li>Latino Millennials tend to self-identify by parent origin (Colombian, Costa Rican…) or by new blends Mexipino, Blaxican, China Latina
  22. 22. 57% of young Latinos prefer to speak English
  23. 23. However 16% of young Latinos identify themselves as white, compared with 30% of adult Latinos
  24. 24. Not all Latinos eat tacos
  25. 25. Individualism
  26. 26. Task Oriented
  27. 27. Rules Based
  28. 28. Belief in Systems and Managing Environment</li></ul>14<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  29. 29. 15<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  30. 30. Me lo dijo mi abuela….<br />
  31. 31. Se hace el camino …. <br />
  32. 32. Dime con quien andas…<br />
  33. 33. Pablito clavo un clavito…<br />
  34. 34. ¡Ganas!<br />
  35. 35. Tu voz<br />A toda voz<br />
  36. 36. ¡Adelante!!<br />22<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  37. 37. Web:diversitybestpractices.com<br />Blog: inclusionparadox.com<br />Twitter: @AndresTTapia<br />23<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />
  38. 38. Influence<br />Get Things Done (Execution)<br />Know Your Own Story (Self Aware)<br />See Around Corners(Thought Leadership)<br />Know Others’ Stories (Group Aware)<br />Influence<br />Zero in on Others Mo(Motivation)<br />Increase Others’ Impact(Enablement)<br />Manage the Power Relationships (Political Savvy) <br />24<br />©2011 Diversity Best Practices<br />

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