by Carmen Van Kerckhove
Orders for my new Diversity Career Success training program are flying in, and I’m so excited!
Seems like I’ve really nailed what people have been needing a long time — a simple, step-by-step system designed for diversity professionals who are sick of the same old CYA tactics, and want to create real, lasting change at their organizations.
And tomorrow is a critical day, as it’s the absolute last day ever you’ll be able to split your tuition for the training program into 2 easy monthly payments of just $199!
You can see what I’m offering at http://www.diversitycareersuccesscourse.com
If you reserve your copy by 5 pm Eastern on Thursday, April 16th, you’ll be able to split your tuition for the training program into 2 easy monthly payments of just $199!
In this step-by-step course, I show you how to…
- Stop shouting from the sidelines and gain access to the corridors of power so that you can create real change.
- Demonstrate to senior management in specific, measurable terms the ways in which diversity can actually help achieve your organization’s business goals.
- Go beyond boring diversity training sessions and silly cultural celebrations to design a smart, comprehensive diversity strategy that will actually boost your organization’s bottom line.
- Capture the attention of busy senior managers and make them eager to hear your ideas, and even more excited to implement them.
- Position yourself as the leading in-house diversity expert and gain the respect of your senior management.
Remember, this special deal ends at 5 pm Eastern TOMORROW, Thursday, April 16th, so don’t kick yourself later on! Reserve your copy now before you forget.
I wanted to make this an irresistible offer because I’m passionate about getting this information to you, and I believe that now is the perfect time for you to invest in cultivating the skills, abilities and knowledge needed to take a giant step forward in your career once the economy gets unstuck.
Again, you need to reserve your copy now at
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