Diana Whitney, Ph.D. is President of Corporation for Positive Change, a consulting firm dedicated to the creation of collaborative advantage in business and social profit organizations. She is an internationally recognized consultant, keynote speaker, and thought leader on the subjects of Appreciative Inquiry, positive change, appreciative leadership and spirituality at work. Diana is a fellow of the World Business Academy, a Distinguished Consulting Faculty with Saybrook University, and a founder of the Taos Institute.
She is an author or editor of fifteen books and dozens of articles, and chapters including The Power of Appreciative Inquiry, The Appreciative Inquiry Handbook, The Appreciative Inquiry Summit and her newest Appreciative Leadership: Focus on What Works to Drive Winning Performance and Build a Thriving Organization.
Diana teaches and consults in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. The focus of her thirty years of consulting and executive coaching is culture change, strategic planning, merger integration, partnerships, large-scale transformation, service excellence, and appreciative leadership. Her clients include British Airways, CapGemini, GTE-Verizon, Glaxo Smithkline, PECO, NY Power Authority, Canadian School of Public Service, Johnson & Johnson, United Religions Initiative, and many others. She is the recipient of many awards for her writing and her work. In 1997 ASTD recognized her work with David Cooperrider at GTE-Verizon with its international Award for Best Organization Culture Change
Diana lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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