Diane Nelson

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Halton Region and Wellington County Ontario, Canada


P: 519.993.7152
dnelson@TACresults.com
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Diane has experience in both the profit and not-for-profit sectors.  She brings a wealth of diversified experiences to her leadership, business and personnel management practice. For 10 years, Diane owned and operated an Art Gallery, Photography and Photofinishing Studio, Custom Picture Framing Shop and Camera Store.

In addition to her business ownership and management experience, Diane has led not-for-profit organizations for over 25 years, ranging from grass roots to newly established affiliates of national and international organizations. She lived and worked for 10 years in the Northwest Territories, and provided support and consultation to agencies in B.C. and Ontario over the past 20 years.

Diane has guided several organizations to develop and strengthen social enterprise operations by instilling entrepreneurial skills and attitudes to staff teams to achieve the revenue needed to achieve their mission.

Certifications:

  • Results-Centred Leadership
  • Results-Centred Teamwork
  • Coaching for Success
  • RADAR
  • Pure Selling
  • Pure Selling Retreat
  • Milestones
  • TAC Assessments
  • Prevue

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Testimonials

“While there is still work to complete, we are leaps and bounds ahead of where we were just one year ago. I believe we could not have achieved the progress made to date if not for you working with us. You identified issues, provided solutions and my confidence in our ability to move ahead and become a stronger, more viable organization is a direct result of the leadership, effort and guidance that you provided.”

Susan McDowall, Associate Consultant

The Fine Arts Society of Milton would like to thank Diane Nelson for her expert guidance and structuring of our Strategic Planning Session. Her composure and confident delivery of the information demonstrated her in depth knowledge. The group recognized this and consequently responded readily during the exercises, resulting in the development of a concrete path to our organization's future.

Ursula McDermid – President, Fine Arts Society of Milton