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Comment: 1999 SOUDER, BETANCES AND ASSOCIATES/NEW CENTURY FORUM set of 12 UNABRIDGED AUDIO CASSETTES, as pictured, in CLAMSHELL-CASE in VERY GOOD/CLEAN condition! CONTENTS: Tape 1=What Is Diversity?/What Is Workforce Diversity?; TAPE 2=Is Workforce Diversity the same as Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action?/How does Workforce Diversity impact my personal life, my community life, and my job?; TAPE 3=Is it true that by the year 2000, there will be a greater number of women and minorities entering the workforce? How is this possible?/Individuals in my organization have to attend Mandatory Equal Employment Opportunity Training and now we hear about Diversity Training as well. Isn't this the same training?; TAPE 4=How is Workforce Diversity tied to our mission?/I think we have had enough training and discussion about diversity. Everything is fine in our organization. What more are we supposed to do?; TAPE 5=Some people feel diveristy is about bringing in numbers. others feel diversity is about the culture of the organization. Which is correct?/How do you know when you have a diverse organization?; TAPE 6=Isn't Diversity the recruiter's responsibility since they recruit the people in our organization?/Does diversity mean we have to accept all people in our organization?; TAPE 7=Passion Persuades/Three Essential Preparations; TAPE 8=Speak From Your Heart, Not From Your Notes/Don't Be A Single-Issue Activist; TAPE 9=White Males: Friends or Foes?; TAPE 10=Take Humor Seriously; TAPE 11: Do Your Homework: Foot Your Message in Your Clent's Reality; TAPE 12=Comparatiove Presentations that Make Measurable, Bottom-Line Business Sense.
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Communicating Diversity: Powerful, Practical, Persuasive Pointers to Get the Job Done Audio, Cassette – November 15, 1999

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Samuel Betances is a renowned motivational keynoter and workforce diversity consultant. He has worked in all 50 states and in 17 countries and represents one of the most reasonable voices on the diversity challenge. Dr. Betances earned his Masters and Doctorate at Harvard University and taught Sociology for over 20 years. Framing his most serious of messages with humor, he speaks with passion and conviction in the tradition of great preachers.
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  • Audio Cassette
  • Publisher: New Century Forum, Inc. (November 15, 1999)
  • ISBN-10: 1891438042
  • ISBN-13: 978-1891438042
  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 9.9 x 1.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,107,508 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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He is best known for keynoting and presenting workshops on retaining, educating and graduating first generation students from book-poor homes. With a compelling personal journey from dropping out of school to earning two graduate degrees from Harvard, he motivates and inspires willing learners. His message urges educators, students, parents, community leaders and youth development professionals in public and private institutions of learning across the country to help the next generation succeed by staying in school, becoming educated and graduating. His children and grandchildren are products of the Chicago Public Schools.

Having worked at the US Department of Education and as a Professor of Sociology at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago for 25 years, Dr. Betances is widely recognized for his advocacy of First Generation Students. He and his wife, Dr. Laura M. Torres Souder, have provided professional leadership and staff development training to over 1,112 public and private schools at home and abroad. They continue to provide diversity training and advocate for authentic literacy throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, Guam and Micronesia.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Michael in SC on February 15, 2013
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More of what we would expect from Samuel Betances. This man clearly hates White people and traditional society. He refers to the settlers who established the 13 colonies as 'illegal aliens,' for instance, even though they were not illegally entering a foreign state but rather settling in the wilderness of North America. He also refers to non-Whites in the USA as 'emerging majorities,' which is a true enough description given the anti-White immigration policy of the US Federal Government, however, Betances cheers this fact and is openly biased against White people - whom he wishes to see replaced. If you hate Whites, this is the book for you.
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Don't waste your time reading this anti American, anti white drivel and a racists version of American history. We have all seen this guys videos now of him bashing America, bashing whites, and forcing his audience on our taxpayer dime to repeat anti American false statements like the Pilgrims were illegal aliens(did not know the US existed with borders when the Pilgrims arrived.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Papadopoulos on September 7, 2000
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BUY THIS NOW. Study it wisely. Dr. S. Betances and his team have developed a unique form of communication that permits him to discuss the subject matter of our national conscience i.e., race and diversity of thought throughout every level of our institutions, to audiences with astounding results. "THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE," is what his audiences have experienced as he teaches the alphabet of Respect in the context of groups, teams and organizations to people throughout our nation and in 17 other countries. This unique insight into human communication has made Dr. B. a guest to Presidents of Nations, Generals of Armies, CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, leaders of eduation as well as organized religion.
In this tape series, Dr. B. answers FAQ's about leadership, qualified personnel, and diversity of thought in the workplace. Even more, he compares and contrasts legal programs that exist for protected classes and diversity of thought throughout every layer of the organization and its benefits. Companies who practice diversity of thought at all levels of their organization meet legal requirements, send a strong signal to every employee that your work matters and opportunities of training will be given to alland promotions will be given to those who have earned it and are most qualified, and that this organization understands that keeping its employees and the bottom line advantages that come from diverse thought at every level germinate the creative thinking to reach into markets that are full of smart consumers, like women and other non-traditional groups.
Lastly, these tapes provide THE SYLLABUS for the practicing administrator or the would-be trainer.
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