When you’re ready to increase productivity and enhance
your bottom line, Diane Hanson can help you get the results you
want. Diane customizes presentations and training workshops to
the specific needs of your organization or audience. She provides
memorable keynote addresses and training seminars that are not
only inspiring but that fully engage the audience.
Diane, a nationally known expert on teams, is a high-energy presenter
who draws upon her personal experience as a corporate manager,
entrepreneur and business owner to provide down-to-earth examples
and concrete and practical ideas to help you succeed. Her training
generates positive responses, leaving the audience both enlightened
and wanting more.
Diane also offers unique Beach Retreats in Dewey Beach, Delaware,
that give your teams the opportunity to relax while she facilitates
productive sessions. It’s a working vacation where everyone
can stretch their brains while enjoying everything the beach has
Diane Hanson has been owner and president of Creative Resource
Development, Inc. for the past 20 years. Prior to starting her
own business, she was an award-winning sales manager. Diane has
a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and a Master of
Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania. She
is a past president of the local chapters of the American Society
for Training and Development and the International Society for
Schedule your interactive and enlightening workshop, retreat,
planning session, or presentation by Diane Hanson today.
Getting Results from High-Performance Teams:
Practical Techniques Learned from the Field
The team-based approach is gaining popularity as cross-functional
and international collaboration have become a requirement in today’s
business world. Many factors influence a team’s success
—and they may not be what you think. Diane Hanson uses real-world
examples and case studies to demonstrate the key factors that
create productive teams, and provides a model for you to use in
implementing successful teams in your organization.
Team Doctor: Diagnosing and Resolving Team Conflict
If your team is throwing darts at each other instead
of the competition, it’s time for the Team Doctor to help
you diagnose what you can do to transition from conflict to collaboration.
Using real-world examples and case studies to demonstrate the
key factors that create productive teams, Diane will help you
evaluate your team’s support structure and take an eagle
eye’s view of your organizational to find the answers you
are seeking. She will also help you to implement the solutions
You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks:
What I Learned about Management from My Dog
What does a 7-year old cockapoo who was rescued from
the local animal shelter and rehabilitated have to do with business?
With the cockapoo’s help, Diane Hanson teaches basic management
principles in a simple and easy-to-understand format that can
help you become more effective and unleash your employees’
full potential. During this fun and interactive session Diane
will share experiences with both dogs and employees — and
you’ll be amazed by the similarities. You’ll surely
try some new tricks you learned on your employees—just don’t
tell them you learned them from a dog!
Retaining Top Talent: Keeping your Best and Brightest
Whether the economy is up or down, organizations need
to retain top talent. As baby boomers retire, the challenge of
recruiting and retaining middle managers will escalate. Many factors
affect job satisfaction and retention of top talent and the cost
of turnover is far more than most managers believe. Diane Hanson
will share the latest trends and techniques in employee retention
and the tremendous impact of systemic organizational development.
By the end of this session you should have developed some new
ideas for retention of your company’s talent.
Breaking Through – Trailblazing a Path of Success
From gender discrimination and sexual harassment to politics,
how can women best cope, thrive and succeed? Diane Hanson’s
keynote presentation includes war stories from her career as the
first female sales representative hired by a major pharmaceutical
company to the launch of her management consulting firm now starting
its 20th year in business. Her talk will highlight successful
strategies for women in business directly from one who blazed
the trail even before the Women’s Movement.
Stress Management in Today’s Chaotic World
It’s a hectic world out there. The average person works
significantly more hours and has far less leisure time that at
any other time in mankind’s history. Demanding jobs, demanding
families and it’s only the beginning as pressure is expected
to increase even more in the future. How is a person to cope with
it all? This presentation is designed to help you relax your body,
calm your mind, and help you control your reactions. Learn techniques
that can help you manage your stress,
Top Performance in a High Pressure World: Getting the
Most Out of Your People
Competition keeps getting stiffer and customers are more demanding
than ever. As the workload continues to build, how do you get
the best performance out of your employees and meet the challenge
of today’s dog-eat-dog world? Learn how to gain competitive
advantage through effective management of your people resources
while improving efficiency.
Creating a Motivational Work Environment
It’s not an easy task to keep everyone motivated and committed
to their work. Managers and supervisors must constantly be aware
of the many factors that can be motivational and de-motivational
in the work environment. In this session you will learn how to
engage the heart and minds or your employees to conquer the competition.
Reach new levels of productivity and groom your employees to take
on greater challenges. You will also learn methods for increasing
morale and commitment to your department’s and organization’s
Taming the Tempest: Managing Conflict in Today’s
Are your employees often at odds with each other or do you sometimes
find yourself and
others embroiled in conflict? The resolution of conflict among
employees can steal up to
20 percent of every manager’s time, costing their organizations
in countless ways.
Improve your understanding of what causes conflict and how to
prevent it as much as
possible. You will learn about your own conflict management style
and effective methods for resolving conflict.