What makes us tick
Love To Appreciate
Culture eats strategy for breakfast.
– Peter Drucker
We believe that organizational culture, above all, sets the foundation for success.
We believe that feeling appreciated is a basic human need.
We believe that different people feel appreciated in different ways.
We believe everyone can learn to authentically and fluently speak the 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace.
Our Purpose, Mission & Core Values
They’re not just words to us. They guide everything we do.
To empower people and organizations to achieve their highest potential.
To deliver exceptional client-focused solutions and impactful results.
OUR CORE VALUES
Who We Are
Do it with passion or not at all.
Diana Rogers Jaeger, APR, M.Ed., started her consulting practice for a single purpose–to help organizations harness the power of culture to achieve greater success and employee engagement.
As a results-driven consultant and trainer, she develops workplace cultures that lead to improved employee morale, productivity, and retention. She is a certified facilitator of the 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace and motivates groups to show appreciation in ways that are both meaningful and effective.
She is a go-to speaker on the topics of employee engagement, organizational culture, and the 5 Languages of Appreciation for conferences, luncheons, company meetings and retreats.
Diana’s clients benefit from her more than 12 years of experience in the communications industry and her Master’s degree in adult and continuing education from the University of Oklahoma. She is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City’s Signature Class 35 and LOYAL Class I and a recipient of the OKC Biz Forty Under 40 Award and the Journal Record Achievers Under 40 Award.
Diana loves to collect experiences and journal about them. She once rappelled 16 stories from a Downtown Oklahoma City skyscraper to raise money for her favorite charity.
Darlene Drew specializes in incorporating fun and appreciation in the workplace. A highlight of her 28-year career is adding Fun to the core values of a government agency and starting an employee Fun Committee, which played an integral role in transforming a dysfunctional workplace into a positive and productive work environment.
Proud to call herself bilingual, Darlene learned American Sign Language from her parents and grandparents. Interpreting for her family taught her from an early age the value of patience, kindness, and making everything visual.
Diana Rogers Jaeger, APR, M.Ed.
Speaker, Consultant & Trainer