Center for Talent Innovation and MetLifeare pleased to invite you to celebrate the publication ofLatinos at Work: Unleashing the Power of CultureA discussion and cocktail receptionTuesday, November 29, 20166:00– 8:30 p.m. 6:00–6:30 p.m. Registration 6:30–7:30 p.m. Program 7:30–8:30 p.m. Networking ReceptionMetLife1095 Avenue of the America– 23rd floor Auditorium(Sixth Avenue between 41st and 42nd Streets, across from Bryant Park)New York, NY 10036With the US presidential election fast approaching, all eyes will be on Latinos as a pivotal voting bloc. But despite their electorate might, their $1.7 trillion buying power, and their growing dominance in the US workforce, Latinos are not thriving in the white-collar workplace. Research just published by the Center for Talent Innovation reveals that Latinos feel slighted, snubbed, and excluded by their colleagues and managers, and that a mere five percent of high-earning Latinos at large companies have sponsors. More than three out of four Latinos expend energy repressing parts of their personas in the workplace, a repression that correlates to success: those who expend a great deal of energy suppressing aspects of their persona are nearly three times as likely as those who do not to feel they are being promoted quickly.That Latinos repress in order to succeed has dire implications for the innovation and talent pipelines at multinational corporations, as previous CTI research establishes the importance of having leaders who both embody and embrace difference, not only to capture growth markets, but also to attract and retain top diverse talent.Join us for a presentation of our findings as we probe the challenges for Latino employees and lay out a wealth of tactical solutions for leaders and talent specialists intent on unleashing the power of culture in the workplace.Remarks by special guests including (additional names to be added once confirmed): • Noni Allwood, Senior Vice President and Senior Fellow, Center for Talent Innovation • Ricardo A. Anzaldua, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, MetLife• Sylvia Ann Hewlett, President and CEO, Center for Talent Innovation• Ileana Musa, Managing Director, Head of Global Client Segment & Strategy, Bank of America Merrill Lynch• Elizabeth Nieto, Global Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, MetLife • Rolando Orama, SVP, Western Territory Claim Manager, Chubb Insurance• Rosario Perez, VP, Planning and Analysis, Global Consumer, American Express• Lisa Garcia Quiroz, President, Time Warner Foundation; SVP, Chief Diversity Officer, Time Warner Inc.• Laura Sherbin, Chief Financial Officer and Director of Research, Center for Talent InnovationWe hope you are able to join us.RSVP by November 15 by clicking on the registration linkOr call +1 212 315 2333; or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgBusiness AttireInvitations are not transferable. Seating is limited and is on a first come, first served basis. Names must be on the guest list for admittance. Research sponsored byAmerican Express, Bank of America, BP, Chubb, Freddie Mac, MetLife, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo
1095 Avenue of the Americas (Sixth Avenue between 41st and 42nd Streets, across from Bryant Park) New York, NY 10036
Dress: Business Attire
Tuesday, November 29, 2016 6:00 PM - 8:30 PMEastern Time
Center for Talent Innovation
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