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Creating Cultures That Drive People, Performance & Profit

Loyal & Thriving Workforce
The Second Greatest Need

Next to physical survival, the greatest need of a human being is psychological survival, to be understood, to be affirmed, to be validated, to be appreciated.

– Stephen Covey

Attracting and keeping the best employees is a strategic priority of the Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma. We worked with Love To Appreciate Consulting to develop a robust, affordable and engaging recognition program that was employee centric. Throughout the process, Diana presented creative ideas, communicated the benefits to ensure the best result and consistently over delivered. Now that the plan has been fully implemented, we're seeing incredible results. Employees feel valued, supervisors have consistent plans to follow and our employees are staying longer. I couldn't be more pleased with the results!

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Shannon Evers

CEO, Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma

Diana Rogers Jaeger is an outstanding trainer and workshop facilitator. She did a fabulous job delivering the information on “The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace” at our leadership development workshop. Her follow up with us after the workshop has been instrumental in helping us apply what we learned.

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Susan Bohl

Executive Director, OKIE 811

My organization had the great pleasure of having Diana at our conference to speak on Appreciation in the Workplace. Her guidance is extremely practical and relevant to any organization that is striving to build a strong, positive work culture. Diana received tremendous feedback from our attendees. On our rating scale from one to five, with five being the highest, Diana received all fives across the board on our speaker evaluation. She has great command of the topic of workforce culture and is a skillful and engaging presenter!

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Lisa Pendarvis

Director of Programs, Oklahoma Primary Care Association (OKPCA)

Diana served as facilitator of our annual college retreat, and she did a wonderful job. Her training about Belonging, Appreciation and Meaning (BAM) at work set the stage for a productive day. She also was the mediator for breakout panels throughout the day. We have never had a meeting run so well, and she always found a way to bring our group back to the topic at hand and effectively move to the next segment. We have had several members of the college praise her ability to engage the audience, and provoke more thoughtful conversations amongst the participants. She really brought the “BAM” to our annual retreat!

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Dr. Petra Klein

Executive Associate Dean, College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences at the University of Oklahoma

Diana kept us engaged through the entire training. She motivated us to learn the appreciation languages preferred by the people we work with and volunteer with, and gave us the tools to immediately influence our organization's culture.

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Samara Terrill

Training and Leadership Development Chair, Junior League of Oklahoma City

Every company needs to have a Diana championing for their employees and workplace culture.

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Brian Ferrell

President, factor 110

I've known Diana for a few years now, and have always admired what she did. Recently I was lucky enough to hear her speak on The Business Impact of Appreciation. Wow! Not only is she a great speaker, but the topic and information imparted was extremely valuable. She had great insight on how to show appreciation in ways that matter to my team, which are not necessarily the same ways I like to be shown appreciation. If you're looking for a speaker or want to hire someone to help your organization with a culture of appreciation, you should definitely talk with Diana!

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Tim Priebe

Owner, T&S Online Marketing