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Dikla has over 15 years’ experience as an organizational consultant, facilitator and executive coach, having worked with groups, individuals and Fortune 500 companies in the areas of diversity and cross-cultural work relations, leadership and workforce development.

At Stanford Graduate School of Business, Dikla serves as a senior facilitator, executive coach and teaching assistant. She has worked with both full time and executive MBA candidates in programs such as Interpersonal Dynamics, High Performance Leadership, Paths to Power, Executive Leadership Education and Leading in Diversity Environments”. As a leadership consultant, Dikla delivers emotional intelligence and leadership effectiveness workshops.  She co-designed the Women in Management Group Program at the GSB, and she leads private women leadership groups. She also teaches the Stanford Continuing Studies courses:  Women Leaders: Mastering Influence Authenticity and Power and Women Leaders: Mastering Organizational Strategy.

Dikla is a Certified Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Before working at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Dikla founded and managed an editing and publishing company in Israel, where she is originally from. She holds an MA in Organizational Development and Leadership from Fielding Graduate University, and a BA in Linguistics from Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

“Dikla blends compassionate listening with focused action and targeted words of wisdom to further me on my quest. She reflects back to me my best manifestation and highest intention. She gives me so much love and encouragement and validation to pursue what has meaning to me…” CD,  San Rafael, CA

“This was unequivocally the best, most effective and informative seminar I’ve ever attended. Dikla is an outstanding facilitator, and was very well prepared, and the class was well thought out.. I left with an immense sense of accomplishment and better understanding of myself both on a personal level and my role as a female leader. This may have been one of the most pivotal events in my career.”   IV, Stanford Continuing Studies, CA