Tara Diversi is a down-to-earth, positive and empowering speaker who lives in the real world. She has jam packed her 30 years, and in her past lives, Tara has been a professional athlete, award-winning writer, specialist dietitian, counselor, executive coach and director of a successful small business.

Currently, she is helping people and organizations thrive in today's environment. Tara is fascinated with how people work, how to engage them and how to infuence others for good.  She has worked with a wide range of people - from front-line employees to executives and professional athletes. From those who were super committed, right through to the uninterested and down right lazy!

Tara's qualifcations and experiences are as varied as her thinking. As well as her Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics Tara holds a Graduate Diploma of Psychology and an MBA. She is a lecturer at the University of Sydney, and her business, Health Management Dietetics is located in Cairns. She regularly provides expert comment for the media, writes feature articles for major magazines and newspapers.

As a nutrition expert, Tara is the author of The Good Enough Diet (Wiley), a lecturer at the University of Sydney and spokesperson for the Dietitians Association of Australia. Her dietetic, exercise physiology and bone densiometry practices continue to run in North Queensland. Tara's has worked with over 6000 people to help them improve their life and performance including CEOs and executives, health professionals, academy?s of sport and professional athletes (including teams, current NBA players and current world ultraman triathlon champion).

Her messages are relevant to all. Whether you are a CEO, manager, sales person, in a call centre, on the front line, or doing all of the above in your own small business, you will benefit from Tara's knowledge, experience and personal stories on how you and your company can get the most out of today.

Tara helps people understand themselves and others better, achieve their best and promote positive behaviour change and achievement in themselves and others. No matter what strategy, innovation or technology we introduce, if we can't get our people on board and engaged - it's pointless.

Tara takes her work seriously, but doesn't take herself too seriously. This means her presentation style and messages are motivating yet in a laid back, true Australian style.

 

Testimonials

Tara Diversi delivered twelve monthly workshops to our employees, which were well attended by staff. The firm received significant positive feedback from sessions, with the majority of staff members reporting permanent changes in many aspects of their lives brought on by their new found knowledge of nutrition, fitness and self awareness.
- Michael Keogh, Partner, Miller Harris Lawyers.

Tara custom-made her program to suit our business needs and the typical scenarios that our field workers face. The feedback from the session was very positive. Tara spoke very well and responded to a wide range of questions from the audience. Many of the staff commented at the end of the day that they gained plenty of useful information from her session. I have no hesitation in recommending Tara.
- Jamie Hogan, Workplace Trainer, Roadtek Asset Service North

Excellent presentation - your expertise is evident and you had a nice balance between formality and informality. One improvement would be for the conference organisers to put you down for two consecutive sessions.
- Irene Burow, Burow & Associates, Road to Success Conference

Tara's presentation on recession proofing your HR strategies - rewarding and recruiting staff - gave us all food for thought at the DAA NSW Branch Sydney Conference. Her session was well received with over 90% rating the presentation and content of her presentation as very good or excellent.
- Lisa Yates, DAA NSW Branch CE Subcommittee.

Tara's topic "If only fish had knees - nutrition and inflammation' was very informative, concise and kept everyone's attention. The medical delegates certainly managed to generate plenty of discussion in question time and you successfully managed these questions and answered them all. All feedback regarding your session that the association has received has been very positive and we look forward to further talks by you in the future.
- Dr Jan Kencian, Far North Queensland Lady Doctors Association.

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