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  • Wed, February 16, 2022
  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (PST)
  • Virtual


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Diane Allen

People are deeply engaged producing their best work. Collaboration happens with ease and team synergy creates innovative outcomes. At the end of the day people leave inspired, fulfilled, and look forward to tomorrow’s work.

This is not a fantasy. It’s the natural outcome of connecting what people do to what they care about so they can be in their genius.

A Thought Leader in the Positive Psychology of Peak Performance, Violinist Diane Allen shares her proprietary process in this highly experiential program. You’ll learn 3 simple steps to discover what makes people tick so you can increase employee engagement, retention, and improve recruitment.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain basic knowledge and neuroscience of the Positive Psychology of Peak Performance.
  • Learn the 3 Questions That Unlock Genius.
  • Tap into your highest levels of performance, on demand.
  • Using the 3 Questions, coach employees to access their genius for greater productivity, personal fulfillment, and happiness.
  • Include the 3 Questions during job interviews to improve the recruitment process increasing a candidate’s job satisfaction and longevity in the organization.

About Diane

Diane Allen is an International, Award-Winning speaker, TEDx/TED speaker and Violinist. She is an expert and thought leader with the Positive Psychology of Peak Performance: The Flow State. Diane is known for her Experiential Keynotes that have helped thousands of people around the world to reconnect with what makes them tick and unleash their potential. Her proprietary process creates cultures based on flow empowering individuals and teams to connect what they do to what they care about and be in their genius.

She was the Concertmaster (lead violinist) of the Central Oregon Symphony for 15 years, a well sought-after Violin Teacher of 28 years, and the author of Sixteen Music Workbooks sold worldwide. She has been the keynote speaker for Human Resources Associations, Talent Development Associations, Women’s Conferences, Hospice-Palliative/Home Care Associations, and many more. Her flow state work has been published in the Associated Press, The Boston Herald Authority Magazine, Thrive Global and IDEAS.TED.COM. Diane’s been seen on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Ticker, and The List, and her TEDxNaperville talk has been elevated to the main TED platform.

Approved for 1 SHRM PDC and 1 HRCI (General) Credit

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