by Carmen Van Kerckhove
If you’ve ever picked up a magazine about diversity, you’ve undoubtedly read that you’re supposed to “make a business case for diversity.”
Well, I’ve got news for you.
Making a business case for diversity is for amateurs.
If you really want your organization to take diversity seriously, you must learn how to think like a CEO.
(Yes, even if your organization is a non-profit, school, or government agency.)
I’ll show you exactly how on this FREE, ONE-TIME-ONLY CALL happening TODAY, Wednesday, April 8, 2009 at 5:00 pm Eastern time…
On this lively, information-packed 60-minute call, you’ll learn:
- The 3 worst self-sabotaging behaviors that get in the way of your own success (and how to avoid them)
- 5 key strategies you can use to implement real, lasting changes when it comes to diversity at your organization
- 3 quick and easy methods to start positioning yourself as your organization’s in-house diversity expert
Whether you’re the Chief Diversity Officer or simply a volunteer in your organization’s diversity employee networking group, you won’t want to miss this teleseminar.
The call is chock-full of specific information that will show you exactly why you’re not getting the results you want. Then, I’ll give you the resources to change that around so that you can win your colleagues’ respect and trust, and gain the influence you need to implement real, lasting change.
You know by now that I’m not going to waste your time by giving you fluff information.
So, won’t you join me?
Limited lines are available for this call, so you’ll want to make sure you reserve your spot right away.
Just click the link above, enter your information in the boxes on the page, and you’ll receive the complete call details via email.
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