Leadership Series

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Imagine yourself in the corner office with the great view. You have an expense account, an assistant, and company car.

How about banging the gavel as chair of a city commission or standing on the floor of the state legislature to make an important speech?

Maybe you want to be a school principal, a non-profit executive, or make partner in your law firm.

The ESEReport.com Leadership Series can guide you along the road to realizing your potential. Using stories and anecdotes from nearly 30 years of leadership experience,  Eddie García will help you navigate the pathway to success.

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Click on the links below to read past ESEReport.com Leadership Series posts.

Path to the Corner Office: https://esereport.com/2016/01/10/leadership-series-the-path-to-the-corner-office/

Making the Case for Latino Leadership: https://esereport.com/2016/01/20/leadership-series-making-the-case-for-latino-leadership/

Just Do It!: https://esereport.com/2016/02/03/leadership-series-just-do-it/

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What leaders say about Eddie García’s approach to leadership development:

“Eddie’s extensive experience in East San Jose combined with his tell-it-like-it-is coaching skills have helped me make a stronger impact in my community beyond my role as a school principal. ~Daisy Barocio, Principal, Escuela Popular Dual Language Academy

“Eddie’s position as a leader goes beyond his job titles. It’s his ability to inspire others to be the best version of themselves. Thank you Eddie for your support and confidence over the years. Please continue to #BeTheChange that empowers individuals, communities and companies. ~Ricardo Benavidez, Campus Development @Google

“I’ve known Eddie since he was a corporate executive. His real-world experience as an effective strategist forms the foundation of his approach to teaching leadership and his unique capacity to work among diverse groups of people makes him an excellent leadership coach.” ~Maria Bonilla Giuriato, President, Bonilla Giuriato & Associates; former City Councilwoman, Salinas California

“Eddie Garcia brings a wealth of personal experience and leadership training development to his ESEReport.com. His advice and suggestions are a treasure trove for those wishing to become effective leaders.” ~Dr. Al Camarillo, Professor of History and Founder, Center for the Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, Stanford University

“Eddie García has played a pivotal role in supporting my development as an educational leader through the Latino Leadership Alliance.  His deep knowledge of leadership development, coupled with his vast leadership experience in the worlds of education, business, government and politics, allow him the unique ability to coach and develop budding leaders in various professional sectors.  I believe so deeply in Eddie’s ability to develop quality leaders that I have hired him as a consultant to work with our student government at the Luis Valdez Leadership Academy (LVLA).  He has done a dynamic job facilitating and guiding the young Latino leaders at LVLA!” ~Jeffery Camarillo, Founding Director, Luis Valdez Leadership Academy

“I feel so blessed to have a mentor who deeply cares about the Latino community and seeks to empower Latin@ leaders and the community by sharing his wealth of knowledge with others with such a humble, giving and loving heart. I have learned so much from Eddie García and I am sure that I will continue to learn more through his Leadership Series!” ~Irene Castillon, Academic Dean, Luis Valdez Leadership Academy

“Please read Eddie García’s new Leadership Series. He has taught me many wonderful lessons and also was a great inspiration to our Gavilan Trio and Gavilan Mesa students when he came to speak at Gavilan College.” ~Dr. Edward Cervantes, Executive Director, Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement Program, Gavilan Community College 

“Consistently a positive influence, Eddie García. Keep motivating and giving others tools to maneuver in the search of success.” ~Jorge Escobar, Vice President, San Jose City College

“Understanding Eddie García’s Four Pillars of Leadership Model is essential for anyone who wants to lead an organization. His experience as a leader in each of the Pillars gives students of his approach first-hand knowledge of how it works.” ~Sandra García, Principal, Adelante Dual Language Academy; Named “2013 Principal of the Year” by the Silicon Valley Chamber of Commerce

“Thanks Eddie for continuing to inspire me!!” ~Edith Gonzalez, Teacher, Adelante Dual Language Academy

“Thanks compa Eddie García for being such an inspiration. I invite my Latino/a friends to follow Eddie’s Leadership Series.” ~Juanita Navarro Medina

“I first met Eddie in his role as the Chief of Staff to a County Supervisor in Santa Clara County. I was at the very early stages of investigating a potential run for a local political office. I was a San José born, raised and educated Latino male, and I had little knowledge about local politics and even less supporters who believed I could be successful. Eddie was one of the first people who believed in me and he became an integral part in my early development. I ended up taking part in a leadership program that Eddie led. He was an excellent facilitator and he not only taught great lessons but he made then fun and easy to comprehend. I didn’t just learn from his experiences but I also gained even more confidence in myself. I ultimately went on to win an election where I was heavily doubted to even make a run off and today I represent over 100,000 residents in one of the fastest growing urban centers in the United States.” ~Honorable Raul Peralez, Councilmember, District 3, City of San José

“Eddie’s wealth of knowledge, derived from experience in leadership in both the public and private sector, allows him to provide real world examples which help one find the right approach for a solution to the issue at hand.  Eddie’s passion for leadership development in the Latino community is clear.  Having worked with him to put together the Silicon Valley’s premier Latino leadership development program, I’ve witness Eddie’s successful work over half a decade with mid-career professionals from throughout Silicon Valley and beyond. I appreciate Eddies counsel and his support, as do many others.  We regularly hear from graduates of the LLA Academy who share stories of how they used the tools that they received from Eddie, to advance to the next level in their career or take on a civic leadership role.” ~Honorable Andrés Quintero, Trustee, Alum Rock Union School District Board of Trustees

 

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