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About Diane Darling
How we connect to one another is key to our professional and personal success. Diane Darling provides multiple ways to help you gain the skills you need and the strategy to implement them. In order to overcome her fear of public speaking, Diane took standup comedy.
At the age of six, her family moved to Asia and thus began her interest in diverse cultures, languages, and food. To date she has been to all seven continents and roughly 60 countries.
McGraw-Hill has published her books in nine languages which is impressive, however she only speaks English! Organizations such as MD Anderson Cancer Center, 20th Century Fox, Fidelity Investments, Cisco, and even MIT Charm School (yes there is such a thing!) have hired Diane. Her programs are informative, inspirational, and witty.
Think of hiring an executive chef – someone who listens to your appetite and respects your wallet. Diane creates a unique program to meet your needs and the expectations of your audience.
Diane’s Talks Educate and Motivate
“WOW!” This was our reaction to meeting Diane Darling and listening to her teach her masterful networking techniques. Diane visited our firm and conducted a seminar for our staff where she shared and demonstrated her skills in working a room, making a lasting positive impression and setting oneself apart from the crowd.
She has finely tuned the behaviors required for successful marketing and shares her knowledge in a simplistic way that all can immediately incorporate into their personal lives. Diane is the master of networking and everyone can benefit from her expertise in every facet of their lives. Diane Darling is a powerful influence.
Tom Feeley, Feeley & Driscoll CPAs
Looking for an engaging speaker who will get people off their phones and actually talking to others at a conference, fundraiser, or sales meeting?
Unlike typical keynote speakers perched at a podium, Diane walks the floor and directly interacts with the audience. People leave laughing and exchanging business cards with people they just met. She invigorates the event and attendees act on what they learned for the rest of the event and back to the office.
She was even the commencement speaker at MIT Charm School (yes there is such a thing).