About Connie DiekenConnie has honed her process over decades with countless executives to deliver real results and growth.
A straightforward process to uncover challenges and create solutions.
We all have different challenges in our professional lives. When we look at the most successful leaders today, oftentimes we see a level of presence and influence that seem out or reach. However, we all have these abilities; we just need the right push to release it.
Connie’s process is designed to get to know you, and an accurate assessment of your challenges and strengths. She defines the right program to help your specific need and collaborates closely with you to implement. Then we look at the results together, talk with others, and refine as needed.
What does getting to know you look like?
Connie is personable and candid in every conversation. She gets to the root of the challenge and strives to find the optimal solution so you can influence with integrity. Some areas we cover:
- What do I need to do to be a better leader?
- How can I foster better leadership skills among my team and their direct reports?
- How does my board and my employees feel about my leadership?
- How do I deal with toxic employees inside my organization?
- Is our culture a barrier to attracting and retaining top talent?
- How can I improve how our employees (at all department levels) interact with our customers?
- How do I promote and hire for more diversity within my organization?
- How do I communicate our innovations without getting lost in the minutae?
- How do I foster a healthy culture of innovation?
Is Connie Dieken the right fit for your organization?
Finding the right Influence Equation mix.
Do you easily connect with people? First impressions matter. You must discover what matters to them most. Is this a go-to habit or is there room for improvement?
Do you credibly convey your message? Listening is just as important as speaking. Stay in the moment of your target. Is this a go-to habit or is there room for improvement?
Can you convince others to action? Convincing is not manipulating. Build trust and respect and maintain integrity. Is this a go-to habit or is there room for improvement?