Patricia Bravo

 

 


 

Before dedicating myself to Bravo For You, LLC, I spent over 20 years in roles where I was responsible for leadership development, organization development and human resources. While my experience is broad, contributing to talent management at companies such as Starbucks, FileNet (IBM) and J.D. Edwards is what fueled me. I excel at combining those experiences with my knowledge to help organizations and leaders grow. In addition to my BA in Psychology from California State University, Fullerton, I have an MBA from the University of Notre Dame and a designation as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).

I teach in the Strategic Leadership Development certificate program and the Human Resources certificate program at the University of California, Extension in Irvine, California and in the Business and Human Resources certificate programs at Bellevue College in Bellevue, Washington.

Serving on the board for the Seattle chapter of the National Association of Women MBA’s allows me to contribute by developing partnerships with other professional associations. Volunteering at Providence Marianwood fulfills my craving to lend support to seniors in transitional care.

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Dec 5th 2016

In today's fast-paced business environment, employees at all levels find themselves being asked to handle more tasks, meet more deadlines, take on more responsibilities, and adapt to more change. Added to these challenges is the constantly shifting diversity of the workplace, where coworkers cope with generational, gender, age and cultural differences. Communication, both verbal and nonverbal, is at the foundation of everything we do and say, and is especially important in the 21st century workplace.

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Dec 5th 2016

En el acelerado ambiente empresarial de hoy en día, a los empleados de todo nivel se les pide que se encarguen cada vez de más tareas, que cumplan más plazos, que asuman más responsabilidad y que se adapten a más innovación. Además de esos retos está la cuestión de la gran diversidad de personas con las que uno trabaja, y que continuamente están cambiando, por lo que es necesario saber manejar las diferencias generacionales, culturales, de sexo y de edad.

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