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Diane Nelson

Diane Nelson

Diane Nelson

Biographical Info

I am inspired when I hear my clients pause and say... "ah ha"! It is at this moment a shift is about to take place.

Coaching & Training:
When people work together day after day they form patterns of communication and responses. From time to time, those patterns need to be interrupted so that better results can emerge. I lead people through a learning process to: examine the impact they have on colleagues; adjust and add new skills; and I hold them accountable to continuously practice and strive to embody effective leader behaviour and attitudes. My clients are moved from their static position they have become accustomed to and move from knowing what 'right' looks like to doing it.

One-with-One Coaching:
Small business owners and senior leaders who want to push themselves to achieve personal goals and milestones thrive in a one-with-one coaching contract. Successful & experienced leaders impact their future and their company when they make "slight-edge" improvements. The difference between a silver and a gold metal is measured in fractions of time/distance/weight. So too is leadership and personal success.

Building Teams:
When an employee can utilize their strengths 80% of their work day, they are engaged, productive, happy and fulfilled. I help business owners and senior leaders to identify, select and orient the right person to fit the job position.

I have worked with local community, national and international charities for over 25 years. I have built and lead high performing teams. I have attracted expert and influential members to Boards of Directors. I have guided the transition from operational to governance boards, developing highly differentiated and professional teams to exceed short and long term goals. I bring an entrepreneurial framework to assess and grow social enterprise opportunities.

 

Email Address dnelson@tacresults.com

Level Founding Member

First Name Diane

Last Name Nelson

What Services Diane Nelson Offers?

Business strategy

Leadership development

Employee hiring and coaching assessments

Applicant tracking systems

Recruitment process outsourcing

Assessments: leadership, engagement, sales, coaching, competency

Sales training,

One-on-one business coaching

Employee engagement and incentive systems

Employee share ownership plans

Diane Nelson’s Ideal Clients.

I help businesses, from 5 to 95 employees!,  recruit and select the right people for the right positions… then assist companies integrate these new team members, through using tools for performance management and motivate them by understanding their unique work and personality styles.  I also coach Leaders to develop great team members, creating growth in their departments and profits the entire company.

Profession Certified Business Facilitator & Coach

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Diane Nelson

Getting Your Life On A Roll

  August 30 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Many people have trouble with goal setting because it is an attempt to put emotional, personal and wishful ideas into a somewhat static, rational process with binders and forms. The Getting Your Life On A Roll experience is different. It encourages a playful, fun, imaginative process that gets people thinking […]

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(NOT JUST) ANOTHER NETWORKING EVENT!

Wednesday July 10, 2019 5 PM – 7 PM DUKE & DUCHESS 900 JAMIESON PKY # 10, CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO N3C 4N6 REGISTER NOW Do you go to networking events in hopes of meeting prospects for your service or product but all you have to show for the time you spent is a few business cards? […]

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Leading a Diverse Workplace

by MARC LACOURSIÈRE on JUNE 3, 2019 In her 1987 book, That’s Not What I Meant Deborah Tannen highlights how where we’re from, our life experiences, culture, generational and other factors contribute to the way we communicate. Rather than creating a culture in our organizations where everyone is the same, Tannen reinforces the need to recognize the differences in […]

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A World of Mendacity

by WAYNE VANWYCK on MAY 21, 2019 A theme of the play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is mendacity, an interesting word that means lies and untruths. The play reveals an intricate web of lies within a dysfunctional family and examines the discrepancy between who people pretend to be and who they actually are. The characters lie about […]

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Bring Honesty to Your Leadership

by MELANIE TAYLOR on MAY 1, 2019 Trust is a key element of effective leadership and honesty is essential to build that trust. If you were asked to rate yourself on a scale of 1-10, where 10 is extremely honest, what score would you give yourself? What elements of honesty make up your self-assessment?  Did you rate how honest you are […]

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Priorities…. Where Do I Begin!

  by JUDY PRESZCATOR on APRIL 9, 2019 How do you prioritize anything when everything seems essential?  This is an aged-old question and it has been the dilemma for many sales people regardless of geography, time and product.  If you are feeling this way, you’re not alone. Spring brings a refreshed sense of renewal. We’re reminded of the […]

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Learning to Trust

by MARC LACOURSIÈRE on JULY 16, 2018 Trust is an important element of successful strategic planning. Every year, usually in the last fiscal quarter, senior leadership teams book an offsite meeting to set strategic objectives for the coming year. Perhaps part of that day is spent looking in the rear view mirror assessing what did or did not […]

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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 […]