“Lessons in Leadership” A conversation with Javier Palomarez.

“Lessons in Leadership” A conversation with Javier Palomarez.

"Lessons in Leadership" A conversation with Javier Palomarez.

"Lessons in Leadership" a conversation with Javier Palomarez. On this interview, we addressed the following questions with Mr. Palomarez:1. Meaning of Leadership. Is leadership an innate skill, or characteristic … or can it be learned?2. What are some of the things that you have done to develop your leadership skills? (Mentors, personal coaches, diplomas, mastermind groups, training, etc.)3. Most successful leaders are built on rituals and habits, what are some of yours? 4. What advice can you give to young Latino and Latina professionals that are starting to take a leadership role in their careers?5. What mistakes have you made as a leader … and what did you learn from them?6. Is there a difference in the types of leadership needed in a corporate setting and a social, non-profit environment?7. On April 2017, a reporter published an article saying that "Javier Palomarez Is Not the Hispanic Community's Martin Luther King Jr.", Were you trying to be the Hispanic Community's Martin Luther King Jr.? 8. Why when we have a rising star in the Latino community some people focus their energy to try to destroy it? We are an economic force that needs more leaders like you at the national level. We need more business leaders with a strong visibility in the marketplace. Your thoughts on that?9. You brought the USHCC out of economic near-collapse and brought it back to the spotlight because of the incredible job you did. You are now writing a new chapter in your successful career, what leadership role are you planning to take over the next few years?#Hispanic #Business #Leader #Discipline #Success #HardWord #Dedication

Posted by Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce on Tuesday, April 24, 2018

“Lessons in Leadership” a conversation with Javier Palomarez. On this interview, we addressed the following questions with Mr. Palomarez:

1. Meaning of Leadership. Is leadership an innate skill, or characteristic … or can it be learned?
2. What are some of the things that you have done to develop your leadership skills? (Mentors, personal coaches, diplomas, mastermind groups, training, etc.)
3. Most successful leaders are built on rituals and habits, what are some of yours?
4. What advice can you give to young Latino and Latina professionals that are starting to take a leadership role in their careers?
5. What mistakes have you made as a leader … and what did you learn from them?
6. Is there a difference in the types of leadership needed in a corporate setting and a social, non-profit environment?
7. On April 2017, a reporter published an article saying that “Javier Palomarez Is Not the Hispanic Community’s Martin Luther King Jr.”, Were you trying to be the Hispanic Community’s Martin Luther King Jr.?
8. Why when we have a rising star in the Latino community some people focus their energy to try to destroy it? We are an economic force that needs more leaders like you at the national level. We need more business leaders with a strong visibility in the marketplace. Your thoughts on that?
9. You brought the USHCC out of economic near-collapse and brought it back to the spotlight because of the incredible job you did. You are now writing a new chapter in your successful career, what leadership role are you planning to take over the next few years?

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