Yvette Durazo connects uniquely with the audience and brings hands-on-tools and strategies that you can immediately apply to your current life and career situation. She can empathize with the issues of cultural diversity because she’s experienced them firsthand. Raised in two cultures, Yvette speaks English and Spanish with equal ease and can conduct training sessions in both languages. Yvette has an intimate understanding of Hispanic culture as well.
TRANSFORMATIVE APPROACH TO INSPIRING HUMAN CAPITAL
Yvette Durazo provides a unique, high-impact, and inspiring keynote speech and seminar that empowers professionals to transform, reignite, or realize new possibilities in their lives and careers.
She offers wisdom and perspective that will propel you to explore and pursue your personal and professional goals and dreams. She provides a window of life experiences.
Yvette is highly qualified to speak on career attainment, cultural diversity, performance excellence, spiritual and personal growth. She shares wisdom from her broad and diverse life full of challenges; as a first-generation Hispanic woman to attain higher education as a young mother and having faced health issues that provided her with a window of opportunity to discover her spiritual life.
She is an intriguing, dynamic, and inspiring presenter with more than two decades of experience as a liaison for businesses and non-profits on both sides of the U.S./Mexico border. She shares her techniques and strategies as an Adjunct Professor teaching Conflict Resolution and Communication at the National University.
PRESENTATIONS / SPEAKING / PUBLICATIONS / MEDIA
SHRM- Law Day 2016See more
Celebrando Latinas 2015See more
Association for Conflict Resolution Annual Conference Sept. 28, 2016See more
Executive Contributor Brainz MagazineSee more
The Great Resignation Phenomena ‒ Employees Need More From Companies To StaySee more
Cautions, Considerations, And Solutions To Hire An Ideal ConsultantSee more
The Ultimate IQ Methodology For Resolving Workplace ConflictsSee more
The Customer Isn’t Always Right– But They’re Causing More Conflict Than EverSee more