ArLyne Diamond

Multi-faceted like a Diamond, ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D. is internationally known for her consulting which enables people to get the most out of themselves and others. She is a consultant, educator, trainer and noted public speaker. Dr. Diamond has had two of her books published, well over 200 articles and is frequently quoted by others. (Google ArLyne Diamond for a partial list.) She appears regularly on radio and TV as a content expert. Her clients range in industry, size, and success. From New York to California, From USA to Europe, Israel and Asia, she deals with all issues that enable people to work more effectively with each other. She has been successfully consulting to high tech and low tech companies, manufacturing facilities, retail and professional practices, government agencies, and sales organizations for well over twenty years. In addition, she is a highly acclaimed Professor of Management, Marketing and Psychology courses, having taught at several universities and colleges throughout California. ArLyne works with CEOs, leaders and managers individually and in groups. Her content ranges from all issues related to leading and managing people, processes, products and programs to strategy and tactics for individual professional development. In addition, she counsels, trains and coaches people dealing with issues of diversity, discrimination, sexual harassment, conflict and change. Known to be warm, witty and highly practical, clients find her approach refreshing and useful. She is well received at all levels in a company, and her evaluations of her workshops and courses are consistently outstanding. Dr. Diamond founded Diamond Associates in 1981. Information can be found by visiting her website: www.DiamondAssociates.net. She can be reached by e-mail at [email protected], or by telephoning 408-554-0110 or e-mailing [email protected]

What do they have in common?

Think about Google and Net Apps.  Now think about the Ritz-Carlton Resort-Hotel Chain, Best Buy, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and Wynn Hotels.  What do they all have in common? It’s how they treat their people.

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Ethical and People Issues

Over the last few days this week, I described three scenarios and the difficult decisions Project Managers made in each of the three.  In the first, the desire for more responsibility might bery well have led to less effectiveness.

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Prejudice – pre-judge

When we think about prejudice, we think about age, sex, race, religion, etc.  But what about yoru reaction and pre-judgments of people whose style is different from your own?  (This is from my February newsletter – ArLyne)

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