by Carmen Van Kerckhove
I hope you were able to get on my free call last week, as we had over 500 people registered! Thanks to all of you who wrote in to say how valuable the call was for you.
You should know that on the content-packed call, I also made a special invitation for listeners to join me on my one-time-only, 5-part tele-course starting next week called…
If you’re involved in any way with your organization’s diversity efforts – whether you’re the Chief Diversity Officer or simply a volunteer in your organization’s diversity employee networking group – this course is designed just for you.
The fact is, while diversity training for employees abounds, there’s very little out there for those of you who do diversity work. You’re largely left to go it alone. Your boss may give lip service to the cause, but half the time you’re dancing somewhere between feeling completely unsupported and filling a role that’s little more than a legal checkbox.
If you’re sick of the same old CYA tactics, join me as I show you how to get your ideas taken seriously by senior management and share with you sensible, actionable solutions that actually work in the real world.
At the end of the course, you’ll walk away with a blueprint that you’ve customized based on your organization type, your organization’s needs, and your own role within the organization. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution, after all, and what you’re able to accomplish as a junior-level employee is very different than what you can get done when you’re a senior executive.
Many of you already took advantage of our generous 2-pay plan, and while that option has expired, if you’re one of the first 36 people who register, you’ll get as a free gift a 4-CD set of interviews I’ve conducted with some of the nation’s top experts on race and diversity. It’s worth $197, but you would get it with my compliments. I’ll even personalize it for you!
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