Diane Bogino works with corporate and individual clients in performance improvement, leadership, creating a coaching culture, dynamic communications, attitudes, conflict resolution, career development, resume preparation, and personal development. As a former actress and model, she brings a unique insight into human behavior and performance. Studying roles for plays, movies, commercials and radio and then bringing these roles to life has served as an excellent foundation for interpreting behavioral styles and drives. Using her expertise with behavioral assessments and unique questioning, she helps her clients achieve positive paradigm shifts, thereby creating more productive work and personal lives.
Bogino is the author of four books, There’s Something Funny About Humor in Presentations, an excellent tool for anyone who speaks in public, and Finding Your Bootstraps, 11 Steps to Overcoming Victim Thinking, What’s In Your Hiring System, and Success Strategies for Life (a self-coaching manual). The two former books are due for release in 2007. She has written many articles on customer service, communications, personal development and leadership.
Bogino holds the following certifications: Professional Human Resource (PHR); Registered Corporate Coach (RCC), Leaders Coaching Leaders Coach (LCL) and facilitator; Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) (DISC Certified); Certified Values Analyst (CPVA); Personal Talent and Skills Inventory (PTSI); certified Master Trainer and Instructional Designer/Developer. She will graduate in May 2007 from Georgia State University with a degree in Psychology.
Memberships include: National and Georgia Speakers Association (NSA), Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM); American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) and Georgia Hospitality & Tourism Association (GHTA).