Dianne Crampton is one of North America’s leading experts on corporate team culture and is a sought-after Workforce Development Consultant, Workforce Behavior Improvement Coach, Speaker and Author.
While obtaining her advanced degree in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University, Crampton conducted comprehensive research on group dynamics, and discovered that the six TIGERS® principles (Trust, Interdependence, Genuineness, Empathy, Risk and Success) are necessary for building ethical, quality-focused, productive, motivated and successful groups of people. Her TIGERS system has been independently tested twice for its ability to predict and prescribe — with certainty — on-target and just-in-time team interventions and training.
Crampton has presented to organizations like the National Institute of Applied Business Ethics and the United Nations Sponsored Inter-generational Conference. TIGERS was a finalist for Inc. Magazine’s Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Keywords: leadership, team work, teamwork, leadership development, culture, team culture, organizational development, training and development, organizational leadership, group dynamics,