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Diane Nelson

Diane Nelson

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Diane has experience in both the profit and not-for-profit sectors.  She brings a wealth of diversified experiences to her leadership, business and personnel management practice.
For 10 years Diane, along with her husband, owned and operated an art gallery, photography studio, custom picture framing shop and camera store.
Diane has led not for profit organizations for over 25 years, ranging from newly established affiliates of national and international organizations as well as grass root organizations.  She lived and worked for 10 years in the Northwest Territories, and provided support and consultation to agencies in B.C. and Ontario over the past 20 years.
Diane has guided several organizations to develop and strengthen social enterprise operations by instilling entrepreneurial skills and attitudes to staff teams to achieve the revenue needed to achieve their mission.

Email Address dnelson@tacresults.com

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Coaching is a Competitive Advantage

  by CAROLINE ROWAN on FEBRUARY 1, 2019 Your customers have specific needs when they do business with you. Meet those needs and you will have happy customers; fail to meet those needs and the reverse will be true. It is the same with those who work in the organization. When their needs are met you will have […]

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Make Cold Calls Warm & Fun

by GEORGE KIORPELIDIS on DECEMBER 10, 2018 When you start out in any business, customers and clients rarely line up at your door to sample your goods and services, and you probably don’t have a big advertising budget to draw them in. So what do you do if the idea of making cold calls terrifies you? The Know-Like-Trust […]

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A shoe maker with a good pair of shoes?!

In my work, time management is like a good pair of shoes to a shoemaker. The original version of saying is “The cobbler’s children go unshod.” It means that the cobbler spends so much time looking after his customers’ needs that he has no time for his children’s. (Thank-you google) Over the holiday season, I determined […]

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Conversational Intimacy

Men, women crave it more than chocolate. We often talk about emotional and social intelligence—and emotional and physical intimacy—without acknowledging that intimacy starts with an intelligent conversation, a verbal or nonverbal valentine. Factoids: Our brains are designed to be social. Our need for belonging is more powerful than our need for safety. When we are […]

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Ask to Understand

I love to ask questions. I’m naturally curious and I like to understand what’s going on in the mind of others. The better you understand the perspective, wants and needs, values and beliefs, rational and emotional reasoning of others, the better your ability to: Communicate more effectively Address their wishes and issues Engage in a […]

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Sales Training – Investment or Cost? | The Achievement Centre

by WAYNE VANWYCK on AUGUST 9, 2016 What do you consider a good return on investment? In the market, 5% looks pretty attractive right now and we are skeptical of financial planners who claim they can do much better. So a claim that you could double your money in 12 months and continue that return […]