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What is iCatalyze

A CATALYST is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as an agent that provokes or speeds significant change. iCatalyze seeks to inspire and propel you, your team, or organization to reach new heights through Coaching and Leadership Development.

Work with me

iCatalyze provides custom leadership development workshops and programs, individual coaching and group coaching, serving as a catalyst for increased confidence and performance in your team, your organization and yourself.

One-on-one coaching will support you through a thought-provoking process that inspires you to maximize your personal and professional potential.

Group coaching brings together like-minded peers, in order to clear new pathways to learning and development in a space free of judgment and pressure...

Team coaching provides teams within companies and organizations the chance to go beyond their current abilities; to create broader opportunities...

iCatalyze founder, Diane Garza, creates innovative and interactive leadership development workshops and lectures according to a team or organization’s needs...

Blog

These posts feature exciting opportunities to impact others, reflections and lessons learned along the way.

What are my strengths?

Do You Want to Know Yourself Better? Check Your 6 VITAL Signs

You may be tired of hearing that all good things start with knowing yourself. On a previous post, I noted that confidence can only be achieved if you truly understand ...

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The Power of Testimonials: Why and How You Should Ask Others to Tell Your Story

A decade or so ago, I thought I would not buy much online because I wanted to feel the smoothness of the fabrics with my own hands, or smell the ...

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How to prioritize

You Are Not So Busy, Part 2: You Have Priorities

How many times have you said, “I am so busy” this week? How many of these times have you used it as an excuse to decline an invitation? Frankly, the ...

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You Are Not So Busy, Part 1: You Are Procrastinating

Last week, while reaching for a piece of paper to write a number down, I picked up a sealed envelope—it was an old water bill. I moved to another stack ...

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