are about to learn the secrets of becoming a master human
relations professional. Few resources exist that aim to
develop your expertise as a diversity trainer, organizational
consultant, diversity recruiter, organizational assessment,
teacher, leader, etc. You don't have to move across the
country or to another country to attend classes or leave
your present job to develop this expertise. This site offers
you valuable resources your fingertips. Many human relations
experts will not tell you their secrets for fear that you
compete with them.
am sure you are wondering why DTUI is willing to reveal
our secrets of success, if others are reluctant to do so.
Well, frankly, it is because we know that there is plenty
of work for everyone in the profession AND we want to make
certain that those doing the work are doing a good job.
see we believe that most human relations professionals,
especially diversity trainers, are poorly trained and do
poor work as a result. The harm they cause makes it more
difficult to sell a service that is already a tough sell.
Our customers deserve professionals who will make their
more rewarding it is to work with human relations professionals,
the more we will be utilized. That is, the better the press,
the more work,. . . the better the pay,. . . .the more satisfying
the work is.
it is time to let Billy Vaughn, of DTUI explain. Below is
a personal letter written to clarify the situation:
fellow human relations enthusiast:
website basically covers three aspects of human relations
expertise: awareness, knowledge, and skills. It offers a
range of educational materials, including state of the art
literature, training tools, organizational assessment, developing
workshops with a personal touch, managing group dynamics,
consulting to management, to pricing your services.
doesn't matter if you have not been involved in human relations
work, you simply need more knowledge, or you are an expert,
the information here is more than you can imagine getting.
save time and money, avoid the mistakes most of us have
made early in our careers, learn to manage challenging group
dynamics, and learn about other secrets many wish they had
access to. Here are a few things covered that will build
your confidence, make you an asset, and establish you as
OF BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL HUMAN RELATIONS EXPERT
need for people with diversity and inclusion expertise is
on the increase. A survey reported in Employment Review
(January, 1999) showed that 75% of Fortune 500 companies
have a diversity program and another 8% is in the planning
stage. A random sampling of smaller sized companies showed
that at least half of them had a diversity program
or plan to have one. Today, the number companies jumping
on the diversity bandwagon is astonishing. While many businesses
are showing signs of weakness under hard economic times,
they are also educated enough to appreciate the importance
of continuing to promote diversity to compete in an increasingly
a financially struggling K-Mart Stores sought to change
its image to attract more Latino and African American customers.
Latino music in the stores is part of the strategy, as well
as increasing the number of items sold that these consumers
are attracted to. Their marketing strategy will succeed
only to the extent that the people behind it have adequate
human relations knowledge and skills.
DTUI receives phone calls and messages from human resource
professional, managers, and strategic change resource people
daily. They are seeking out resources to help them do their
job better. Those with the expertise stand out from the
rest, whether they serve as consultants or as an in-house
resource person. You can be one of them!
is a sample of the secrets you'll learn by surfing this
the pitfalls of diversity training
to identify training needs and objectives
to identify training strategies and activities
you must know to manage emotional responses to diversity
to assess an organization's training needs.
how to decide which tools to use in training
hidden truth about why most diversity training is ineffective
personal goal is to give you so much valuable information
that you will keep returning to the site for continuous
education. In fact, those of you who need Continuing Education
(CE) credits to meeting licensing requirements (e.g., social
workers, psychologists, counselors, etc.) will be able to
receive credit for what you learn. We are proud of DTUI
and know that you will receive the value needed for your
human relations work.
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