2008 EDITORIAL CALENDAR
Diversity and the Bottom Line
Your ability to relate to people—to their gender, age, race, culture, disability, orientation—is at the heart of business success. Only
DiversityInc gives you what you need to thrive: How To’s, Do’s and Don’ts, Best Practices, Action Steps and Real-Life Examples of
how to implement diversity management to your company’s advantage.
CAREER ADVICE FOR YOU
Whether you’ re looking for a job, aiming for
a promotion or trying to hire the best talent
out there, you’ll find invaluable advice in this
issue, filled with how-to’s and insights from
top corporate and organizational experts.
• Are you a victim of “reverse discrimination”?
• Are micro-inequities short-circuiting your career?
• Black History Month celebration tips
Jan. 22: Culturally Competent Career Advice
Feb. 26: Diversity & the Media
WOMEN WE LOVE
Success stories of prominent women from
corporate America, government, education
and nonprofits. Get their advice on work/life
balance and learn how they mentor the
• How do powerful women differ from
• 10 most powerful women in America
March 25: Mentoring
Learn how to develop pipelines that enable
your company to find real talent across all
demographic groups. Get proven strategies
from the DiversityInc Top 50 that deliver significant results in reaching recruitment goals.
• The DiversityInc Top 25 Colleges and
Universities for Diversity
• SATs: Why they must be eliminated
April 22: Recruitment
HOW DO I GET THERE?
Advice on personal growth and accountability for
you and your company. Whether you’re a student,
just starting your career, a mid-career professional,
or on the cusp of retirement, do you know what
you need to do? How much does your race/ethnic-ity/gender/orientation/ability influence how you
proceed? Hear from top celebrities in business,
politics, entertainment, education and religion
about how to make it happen.
• The Inside Scoop on Successful Etiquette
May 20: Diversity Metrics
THE DIVERSITYINC TOP 50
COMPANIES FOR DIVERSITY®
The nation’s only business list empirically
evaluating diversity in the workplace and
Cutting-edge strategies from the
Top 50, including:
• How employee groups drive market strategies
• How to recruit and promote from every group
Plus: How to retain your LGBT talent
June 24: Best Practices From the Top 50
Are you communicating your company’s
diversity message through internal and
external communications? Are you building
your personal reputation as a diversity leader?
•New legal precedents: Avoid bias lawsuits
•Fix your web site before it’s too late
July 22: Corporate Communications
Whether you are an international company
or one whose business is entirely in the
U.S., the global economy is critical to your
business. How can you best take advantage
of this? Conversely, do you do business in
a country whose moral values are at odds
with your company’s?
• Is “assimilation” a bad word?
Sept. 23: Global Diversity
POLITICS & DIVERSITY
Politics is big business, and those who want
to win must connect with the marketplace.
Who had the highest growth in voter
turnout in the last presidential election?
Young black people. Who is going to tip the
presidential election this year? Latinos and
blacks. What lessons in customer loyalty can
you learn from this year’s campaign?
• The Top 25 Government Agencies for Diversity
• The business case for supplier diversity
Oct. 21: Supplier Diversity
FROM THE TOP 50
The true ROI from strong diversity management is demonstrated by the national leaders. Case studies and personal advice on how
to make diversity a bottom-line necessity at
• Stocks of diversity champions prove their
value to investors
• How to get your entire sales force on board
Nov. 18: The ROI of Diversity Management
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