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Podcast &
Interviews

Welcome to the world of Juana Bordas, a sought-after speaker, author, and advocate for inclusive leadership. Dive into an array of captivating podcast and video interviews where Juana shares her expertise, insights, and passion for building strong communities and fostering diverse leadership.

In these dynamic conversations with hosts from various backgrounds, Juana explores the profound impact of cultural diversity, the art of inspiring leadership, and the strategies that empower individuals and organizations to thrive. Join her on this transformative journey as she discusses her books, leadership philosophy, and valuable insights that can shape your leadership journey and contribute to a more vibrant and united world.

In this Episode 119 of the LLP, Dr Bordas talks about how to create a philosophy of positivity, how to start leaving an impact, and the truth about immigration. She also shares about the collective culture that is Latino leadership, how her mother laid the foundation for her life, and how the new generations are driving meaningful change.

This conversation with Dr. Juana Bordas is full of joy, hope, history, and practical leadership wisdom critical for our VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world that we can learn from the power of Latino leadership.

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In this Episode 119 of the LLP, Dr Bordas talks about how to create a philosophy of positivity, how to start leaving an impact, and the truth about immigration. She also shares about the collective culture that is Latino leadership, how her mother laid the foundation for her life, and how the new generations are driving meaningful change.

In this episode of LeadUP! Conversations, Dr. Kathryn Bingham introduces Dr. Juana Bordas, an influential leader and author. Bordas shares her immigrant journey and how it shaped her leadership style. She emphasizes the importance of intergenerational leadership and working with the younger generation, highlighting their role as changemakers. Bordas discusses the need for inclusive leadership development programs and shares her personal experiences with marginalization.

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