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2019 #BRAVObiz: A New Vision for Leadership

October 25, 2019

Five industry executives from IBM, HSBC, Fibra Uno, Votorantim, and the AES Corporation talked about the skills every leader shoud have in a new era of disruption and innovation....

VOA: Brian Winter, "Un denominador comun es la falta de crecimiento economico en America Latina"

October 22, 2019

"En casi todos los países de la región la gente está con la sensación de que sus vidas no están mejorando", dijo Brian Winter de AS/COA a la Voz de América. ...

Univision News: Brian Winter, "There are high expectations in a country like Chile"

October 22, 2019

"This tale of stagnant economies is one that has a lot of people angry," AS/COA's Brian Winter said to Univision News in regard to protests in Chile and other Latin American countries....

LatAm in Focus: Behind Uruguay's Presidential Vote

The 2019 race might not yield major political shifts, but the next president will still face unknown territory, says Professor Arturo Porzecanski. The first round-vote takes place October 27....

#womenASCOA: Professor Maja on the Importance of Persistence

October 17, 2019

Professor Maja focused her remarks on the importance of persistence, perfectionism, owning your mistakes, having self-compassion, and tracking progress....

#womenASCOA: Managing Stress in the Age of the Hustle

October 17, 2019

The panel, which featured leaders from HSBC, Merck, and White & Case LLP, focused on how to manage stress in the age of the hustle. ...

#womenASCOA: Opening Remarks and Marian Salzman

October 17, 2019

“In every way, drive change,” said Marian Salzman of Philip Morris International in her keynote address....

#womenASCOA: Making the Ask, Closing the Gender Gap

October 17, 2019

The panel, which featured a sociologist and executives from McKinsey, Goldman Sachs, Moody’s, and Bloomberg, talked about asking for what you want and closing the gender gap....

LatAm in Focus: Marie Arana Talks Silver, Sword, and Stone

The author explains how her book takes us from pre-Columbian times to today through three driving forces in Latin America’s history: mining, violence, and religion. ...

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