If you’re here, then you’re likely in Middle Management and you have some doubts
or questions about your leadership …

Am I right?

Do you remember the moment you were placed into your management position? 
It probably felt good and a bit scary at the same time. Shifting from leading a small team to now leading multiple teams can carry some weight.

Did you at any point feel you were unprepared or maybe untrained to be in management?

  • Do you feel confident handling subordinate supervisor issues?
  • Do you feel comfortable handling management of the processes that comes with your job?
  • Do you feel that you have ‘control’ of your organization?
  • Do you have problem supervisors that disrupt the organization and feel you could handle the issues better?
  • Do you have issues with your boss and need help handling?
  • Do you feel your supervisors are missing [skill sets, equipment, training, supplies] to do their jobs?
  • Do you feel you have a good handle on where your organization is heading and how you will steer them to get there?
  • Do you feel you have all the training/preparation to take your organization to a level of excellence?
  • Do you feel that you have all the components to take your organization to a level of excellence?

You are not alone. These are very common thoughts that cross many of the leaders’ minds we work with.

If this sounds like you, then we can help you.

Why are we doing this?

We believe an organization functions best when its three components (Strategic Drivers, Resources and Processes) are in balance AND linked and synched with each other.

We help you move your organization from chaos into order, and show you how to keep it in balance.

We train your leaders to become “Complete Leaders” who fully understand the processes they lead, achieve their contracted goals, develop their people’s true potential and continually mentor.

The result is an organization you are proud to lead and employees who are valued and productive.

  • Processes
  • People
  • Resources

Diamond Strategy Group is designed for individuals in Middle Management looking to become Complete Leaders. Get training and coaching to learn and implement the Diamond Strategy Process while you create and align the priorities and processes needed to make you a better leader.” – Mike Diamond

Testimonials

Here’s What Others Are Saying About Diamond Strategy Group

Barry Banther

Is leadership about people or process? Major General Mike Diamond answers that question once and for all. Few people understand how to focus on both the way he does. And The Diamond Process now makes it possible for all of us to learn how. A book for every leader!

Barry Banther
Bestselling Author of "A Leaders Gift - How to Earn the Right to Be Followed"

Marshall Goldsmith

Mike Diamond and Christopher Harding bring their professional and military experience to bear in this thoughtful and precise leadership guide. If you are looking for a thorough understanding of how to lead processes as well as people, The Diamond Process has much to offer.

Marshall Goldsmith
Executive Coach, Business Educator, and New York Times Bestselling Author, ranked number one leadership thinker by Thinkers50

Sydney Finkelstein

There are lots of books on leadership, but few that combine outstanding pedigree, highly practical ideas, and a sensibility that can help anyone become a more effective leader. The power of simplicity has never been greater.

Sydney Finkelstein
Professor and Bestselling Author of "Superbosses"

Lee Ellis

The Diamond Process takes a number of pieces of leadership and management, some of which we ‘kind of know’ and organizes them in a logical way to help leaders gain intentionality and focus in their work. Starting with a logical ‘left brain’ approach, Mike and Chris have shared great real-life stories from their experiences to give examples for us right-brained folks. It’s a powerful book that will liberate many aspiring leaders and managers.

Lee Ellis
Author of "Engage With Honor"

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