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The Three Ps of Leadership
(Passion, Preparation, Perseverance)

Great leaders pursue activities that truly move them, for which they have a deep internal drive and spark, and something they believe about strongly. This *passion* is a flame that energizes leaders when their attention is flagging or when they encounter obstacles.

Similarly, great leaders also prepare and plan to ensure they accomplish their goals for the best possible outcome.

Finally, when there are roadblocks, stumbles or even brick walls, true leaders know that part of the journey is continuing forward in spite of these problems.

During this webinar, Aurelia Flores provided guidance on how Latina leaders use these three Ps (passion, preparation and perseverance) in their own lives, as well as offer ideas on how we can implement these qualities in our own!

  • Click here for a pdf of the slide presentation.
  • Click here for the workbook.
  • Click here for the recording.

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Aurelia Flores
About Aurelia

A seasoned national speaker and trainer on leadership topics, Aurelia Flores was recently featured in the book Aim High: Extraordinary Stories of Hispanic and Latina Women. She founded, a company that uses the internet and social networking, to support Latinas working together in an evolving Latino culture to create a better world. Inspired by over 70 interviews with Latina leaders from across the nation, including NHLI Executive Leadership Program (ELP) alumna Rita Jaramillo (1988 ELP) and Arisa Batista Cunningham (2008 ELP), Aurelia is launching a Latina Personal Power Program, an online program that organizes groups of Powerful Latinas and offers them tools to implement positive change in their lives. This NHLI leadership webinar series will provide an inside look into the program.

A former single teen mother, Aurelia is a Stanford Law School graduate and a Fulbright scholar. She is a practicing intellectual property attorney.