Published : Wednesday, February 20, 2019 | 2:43 PM
Pasadena resident, business owner, attorney and community activist, Diana Peterson-More has just published her first book – Consequential Communication in Turbulent Times, a Practice Guide to Leadership.
This book is a compilation of lessons learned over the course of her 30+ year career, having managed hundreds of employees, and worked with individuals and organizations, allowing her to touch the lives of thousands more worldwide as an organizational development consultant.
Drawing upon her expertise as a trained facilitator who has developed custom-designed training and development materials, and her work as an individual and group coach, Peterson-More’s, easy-to-read, practical guide headlines tips for effective workplace communication.
Each chapter starts with a principle, such as “Listening, Asking and Telling,” “The Platinum Rule of Communication,” or “The Two-for-One Rule: The Power of Positive Feedback,” it lays out the “how-to’s,” and introduces the reader to real-life examples of when the communication principle worked and didn’t work, presents the “what if” for those that didn’t work, and then concludes with tips to implement the pragmatic principles.
This book can be purchased on Amazon.com books, and the e-book can be ordered for the March 1st distribution date. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=diana+peterson-more&i=stripbooks&ref=nb_sb_noss
Peterson-More will be a featured speaker at the HR West Conference in Oakland, CA on March 12th for Human Resource Professionals, and has scheduled local book-signing events. She will appear at the Local Authors book signing at Vroman’s on 695 E. Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena on April 28th. She is available for interviews.
Diana Peterson-More, employment lawyer, corporate manager, executive and officer, left a Fortune 200 company to launch The Organizational Effectiveness Group, LLC. Her company provides tailor-made services, processes and products to align people with values-driven organizational goals. Through her career, Diana has touched the lives of tens of thousands of grateful individuals world-wide.
Guest lecturing at USC’s Graduate School of Management, Phillips Graduate Institute’s Organizational Behavior Program and the American Jewish University, LA she also serves as a Law and Motion Judge for Loyola Law School. Her guest appearances on Empire Broadcasting, and her youtubes on Diversity and Inclusion, and Sexual Harassment Prevention, Anti-Bullying and Anti-Gender Identification Bias can be accessed through this website. She received her BA from UCLA and her JD from Loyola Law School.
Diana is a community volunteer having served on numerous nonprofits, among them Union Station Homeless Services, the American Red Cross, Aids Service Center, the YWCA and the Tournament of Roses Foundation. She is an avid hiker, reader – she belongs to two book clubs – world traveler and proud parent: “Of all the things I’ve been or done or yet hope to be or do, being the Mother of three amazing children is by far my greatest accomplishment.”