Diamond Associates Consultants to Management

ArLyne Diamond: Extensive Bio/CV 2011 (current one being updated)

ArLyne Diamond PhD

Corporate and Government Training

Diamond Associates: 1981 – Present

  • Management consulting and training – leadership, management training, organizational behavior, conflict resolution, employment law, sexual harassment and discrimination, mentoring, coaching, persuasion and negotiation
  • Work with individuals, dyads, teams and groups
  • Create and implement all my own workplace courses.

Community Service and Charity Boards and Committees

Serve and have served on many commissions, boards and committees.

A partial list is available here.

University – College Teaching

Stanford University, Continuing Education, Stanford, CA:  2011 – 2011

  • Conflict in the Workplace

Text:  Conflict in the Workplace: Causes and Cures, Author: ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.

DeVry University/Keller Graduate School, Fremont/San Jose, CA: 2008 – 2012

MBA Courses include:

  • Leadership and Organizational Behavior
  • Quality and Performance Excellence
  • International Business
  • Employment Law
  • Negotiation Skills
  • Change Management
  • Legal, Ethical and Political Aspects of Business
  • MBA Capstone – Business Planning Seminar
  • HRMBA Capstone – Staffing

 

Undergraduate courses:  Career Decisions and Psychology of Life and Work

  • Outstanding Student Evaluations, Active in many faculty committees
  • Among the texts used for some of these courses:
  • Conflict in the Workplace: Causes and Cures,  Author:  ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.
  • Leading and Managing a Global Workforce,     Author:  ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.

 

Lincoln Law School, San Jose, CA: 2009 – 2009

  • The Psychology of Practicing Law (co-taught with attorney)
  • They are seeking special permission to have me, a non-lawyer, teach other courses.

 

Other College, University and Extension Courses Taught

  • Advanced Training for Board of Directors and CEOs
    Text: Board of Directors Training,  Author: ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Multi-National Business and Economics
  • Leading Diverse Cultures – A Multi-Faceted Challenge
  • Group Problem Solving and Decision Making in Non-Profit Management
    Text:  Board of Directors Training, Author: ArLyne Diamond, Ph.D.
  • Culture and Cultural Diversity (TESL/CLAD4)
  • Dealing with People who are Different
  • Diversity in Dispute Resolution
  • Diversity with a Difference
  • Global Savvy:  Working and Managing in a Global Economy
  • Protecting the Employer and Employee in Changing Organizations
    (Guest Lecturer in Quality Management course)
  • Psychology of Buying (Understanding the Consumer)
  • Service Marketing – Marketing Professional Services
  • Soft Skills (Leadership, Management, Interpersonal Relations, Communication)
  • Finding, Hiring & Effectively Using the Right Person for the Job
  • Marketing Professional Services
  • Roles & Responsibilities in the Workplace
  • Children’s Rights
  • Clinical Evaluations and Interviewing of Juveniles
  • Issues in Custody and Visitation
  • Career Decisions for Women
  • Personal & Social Adjustment
  • Vocational & Personal Counseling
  • Elementary Statistics
  • Intelligence and Testing Practicum
  • Personality and Emotional Problems of Children
  • Psychology of Adolescence
  • Projective Techniques I (TAT & others)
  • Projective Techniques II (Rorschach)

 

Additional Colleges and Universities, Professor, Teacher, Guest Lecturer

  • San Jose State University – Professional Development, San Jose, CA
  • University of Notre Dame de Namur, Belmont, CA
  • University of California – Davis, Davis, CA
  • University of Judaism, Los Angeles, CA
  • University of California, Santa Cruz Extension, Santa Clara, CA
  • West Valley – Mission College District, Saratoga, CA
  • Stanford Law School (guest lecturer), Stanford, CA
  • DeAnza College, Cupertino, Ca
  • San Jose State University, San Jose, CA  (Includes teaching, teaching assistant & substitute teaching)

Education

M.B.A.  Business and Management (not completed)      2008 – 2010

             Keller Graduate School of DeVry University, San Jose, CA

M.B.A.  Business Administration and Organizational Development (not completed)   1988

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology         1984

              Pacific Graduate School of Psychology (now Pacific University) Palo Alto, CA

Audit Law Classes, Stanford University, Stanford CA

M.S. Clinical Psychology         1978

Pacific Graduate School of Psychology (now Pacific University) Palo Alto, CA

M.S. Clinical Psychology         1972

San Jose State University (now California State University at San Jose) CA

Business, Management, Marketing and Economics Courses at various schools

Sexual harassment, diversity, discrimination , ethics  and safety workshops

Leadership Santa Clara

Citizen’s Police Academy – Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department and

                                             Santa Clara Police Department

 

 

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