Dianne H. Weinstein
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Management, Entrepreneurship, and General Business
Weller Hall 023
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Degrees: PHD, 2010, Hofstra Univ; MBA, 1983, Hofstra Univ; BA, 1974, New York Univ
Dianne Weinstein is the President of Cobalt Solutions, Inc., an international provider of assessments, coaching, development and facilitation programs that align professional performance with business objectives. As an Executive Coach, she draws on a wealth of business experiences within public and private companies, including service as Chief Ethics Officer, Vice President - Human Resources, Executive Committee Member and Change Agent. She has worked for various well known companies such as American Express, Chiquita Brands, William Morrow, and Applied Graphics Technologies. Her specialty is helping individuals and organizations develop cultures where change, continuous improvement, higher levels of achievement, and exceeding customer expectations prevail. To-date, she has participated in and/or facilitated over 1000 "people integration" initiatives stemming from organizational restructurings, mergers, and acquisitions, etc.
In addition to receiving her MBA from Hofstra Unviersity, Dianne is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Applied Organizational Psychology at Hofstra. Additionally, Dianne has completed various certification programs in human resources, corporate coaching, behavioral analysis, motivational analysis, and teleclass educaton. As an Adjunct Professor at Hofstra University's Zarb School of Business, she focuses on a variety of management courses, with a special emphasis on change management.
Dianne enjoys speaking and conducting seminars at business and professional institutions, and has appeared on television as an expert in employee-related business issues. She is a member of various academic and professional organizations such as the International Coaching Federation, the Society of Human Resources Management, the American Society of Training and Development and the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.