Leadership Training in Spanish
Non-English fluent Hispanic employees have specific learning preferences. They are more comfortable with experiential learning. Many training programs fail because they lecture rather than teach. Hispanic employees gain much more benefit by "living the learning" through realistic story telling, relevant examples, and skills practice.
Our hands-on workshops, are based on everyday workplace challenges and encourage the participant to apply the skills learned at every opportunity in the workplace.
Dallas based, Training for Hispanics in the Workplace was established in 1992. It is dedicated to helping Spanish speaking supervisors succeed by providing leadership workshops that are designed for their specific workplace learning needs.
Most Spanish speaking supervisors have been promoted because of their extensive, hands-on, job experience, and a strong work ethic. However, at times they may lack the people skills required to treat their team members with respect, eliminate aggressive behavior, provide clear instructions and discipline challenging team members when necessary.
Without this knowledge, Spanish speaking supervisors deal with workplace issues by gut reactions rather than by process-based responses.
Isaac Botbol, Training Director
Isaac is an experienced bilingual Leadership Skills Trainer with over 27 years of experience. He is dedicated to the learning needs of Spanish-speaking Team Leaders, Supervisors and Front Line employees. He has worked with organizations such as AT&T, The Quaker Oats Company, The Texas Workforce Commission, Sara Lee Foods and others.
Selene de la Peña, Bilingual Trainer
Selene is an engaging bilingual facilitator committed to developing herself and helping to develop others. She has accumulated more than 18 years of HR experience in the areas of leadership training, labor relations, workplace culture, company benefits, community outreach, and performance improvement.