Wednesday Feb 20, 2019
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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A diverse panel of N.M. women business leaders offer insights into this topic and tips for businesspeople to enhance their effectiveness in 2019. Registration recommended.
New Mexico is ranked as one of the top ten most racially/ethnically diverse states in the U.S.. Of its sparsely populated 2 million+ inhabitants (about 16.5 people per square mile), approximately 48% are Hispanic or Latino in origin, 37% are White/Non Latino, 10% are Native American, 2.5% are Black or African American and 1.7% are Asian, with other races making up the rest of the population.
These groups have deep, rich histories and cultural traditions in New Mexico, which impact preferred styles for building relationship and doing business.
How can we best understand and honor this diversity, to build strong relationships, with grace and respect, to succeed optimally in our businesses?
In this luncheon program, a diverse panel of New Mexico women business leaders will offer insights into this topic, and tips for businesspeople to enhance their effectiveness in 2019.
This program is sponsored by the New Mexico chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners.
Registration includes lunch.