How to Take Your Organization From Culturally Clueless to Diversity Dynamo, Revealed in New Training Program

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Carmen Van Kerckhove, president of workplace diversity education firm New Demographic, announces the launch of her Diversity Career Success training program, a step-by-step system for diversity professionals who are sick of the same old CYA tactics, and want to create real, lasting change at their organizations.

Many diversity professionals are struggling to have their ideas heard and implemented by their organizations, says Carmen Van Kerckhove, president of diversity education firm New Demographic.

Van Kerckhove explains, "The fact is, while diversity training for employees abounds, there's very little out there for diversity professionals. They're largely left to go it alone. Their boss may give lip service to their cause, but half the time they're dancing somewhere between feeling completely unsupported and filling a role that's little more than a legal checkbox."

Beginning today, Van Kerckhove is offering an affordable, transformative professional development training program titled "Diversity Career Success: How to Take Your Organization From Culturally Clueless to Diversity Dynamo (And Skyrocket Your Own Career While You're At It)."

The training program is designed exclusively for professionals who are involved in any way with their organization's diversity efforts -- whether they're the Chief Diversity Officer or simply a volunteer in the organization's diversity employee networking group.

In this step-by-step course, participants will learn how to...

  • Stop shouting from the sidelines and gain access to the corridors of power in order to create real change.
  • Demonstrate to senior management in specific, measurable terms the ways in which diversity can actually help achieve their 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 their organization's bottom line.
  • Capture the attention of busy senior managers and make them eager to hear new ideas, and even more excited to implement them.
  • Position themselves as the leading in-house diversity experts and gain the respect of their senior management.

For more information about the Diversity Career Success training program, visit

As part of their Diversity Career Success training program, participants receive:

  • 4 Diversity Career Success audio CDs that they can listen to in their home stereo, car, computer, or any CD player.
  • A sturdy, 7-section, 3-ring, information-packed binder that walks them through the entire program in detail.
  • Printed transcripts of the audio to skim through and make notes in while they listen and re-listen to the CDs.

  • 16 homework assignments that will help them put everything they learned into action.
  • A diversity resource list with lots of recommended books, studies, reports, and publications to take their learning even further after they complete this training program.
  • A bonus live Q&A audio CD, in which callers asked Van Kerckhove questions live.

For those people who reserve their copy by 5 pm Eastern on Thursday, April 16th, Van Kerckhove is offering a convenient payment plan that will allow them to split their tuition for the training program into 2 easy monthly payments of just $199.

Van Kerckhove says, "I wanted to make this an irresistible offer because I'm passionate about getting this information to diversity professionals, and I believe that now is the perfect time for them to invest in cultivating the skills, abilities and knowledge needed to take a giant step forward in their careers once the economy gets unstuck."

For more information about the Diversity Career Success training program, visit

Carmen Van Kerckhove, president of the diversity education firm New Demographic, specializes in working with corporations to facilitate relaxed, authentic, and productive conversations about race. She has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, and has visited as a guest lecturer at Harvard, Princeton, and Columbia, among many other colleges and universities across the country.


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