Rosann Santos Speaks About the Importance of Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Every Month
After delivering a keynote at the University of Connecticut, Rosann Santos CPC spoke about the importance of discussing Hispanic Heritage every month.
One of most important aspects of inclusive leadership is building connections with people who are different from you. At the midway point through Hispanic Heritage Month, she noticed that there really wasn't a presence of Hispanic Heritage across the campus the way she expected, nor has she seen a strong presence in other locations she's visited.
She recorded a video to post on her YouTube Channel about how it is important to celebrate Hispanic Heritage, every month and not just one month out of the year.
The full video can be seen at the link below:
Rosann explains how Hispanic Heritage, African History and Women's History should be honored every day. In certain states such as Florida and Texas, books which cover aspects of these topics have been banned.
Rosann Santos facilitates leadership training and unconscious bias as an independent consultant for FranklinCovey. Stephen R. Covey's book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, explores the principles of effective self-leadership, influence, collaboration, and improvement. She encourages the decision makers at organizations across the country and the globe to book her at any time of the year to discuss Hispanic Heritage, African History, Women and All People of Color's History
Rosann has facilitated leadership development and training with individuals, corporations, government entities, law enforcement and higher education institutions.
To retain her services for Leadership Training, Unconscious Bias and Sensitivity Training, visit her page on the FranklinCovey website:
For more information on Rosann's background, her training, keynote speaking, and facilitation, visit her website at RosannSantos.com
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