Past work experince
Articles and chapters
Read an article
about Natalie in essens 2/04 (pdf) (in Swedish)
to a radio program at "Bildningsradion", from Saturday
April 16, 2005, (in Swedish)
Read an article
about Natalie in GP 1/08 (pdf) (in Swedish)
The Foresight Network
The World Futures Studies Federation
World Future Society
Dian is an organizational consultant with over 30
years experience from working with people. She has worked
with environmental scanning, trend analysis, scenarios
and visions long before it became popular. She has developed
Basic Values Charts, a method for helping individuals
and organizations to identify and articulate their values
and she has written a number of articles about futures
studies and values published by professional journals.
Regularly she writes new ᠨref="../signs/sign1.htm">Signs of the Times௮ the Vision Center´s web
site. She has a Bachelors degree in "Counseling
and Guidance" from Antioch University in the USA
and has taken graduate courses in organizational theory
and futures studies.
As a futurist she specialize
in: facilitating the processes of a futures study
including; trends, trend analysis, scenario writing
and vision creation.
values, organization- and group behavior, leadership
training and communication.
Innovations: Basic Values
Charts I & II a system for identifying
individual, group or leadership values.
Foresight Styles Assessment an assessment
that reveals the ability of an individual or group
to handle change and think long range
Family and friends
I believe that people are basically good. People are
systems that are always trying to come into balance.
I gravitate toward people that help me create balance.
Leadership is important to me, I choose who I follow,
and avoid strict hierarchies which limit my decision-making
ability and creativity. I prefer to be my own boss
at the same time cooperating with others. People are
flexible and can change. It is the differences in
people that drive introspection, awareness, action
and often irritation. We need the comfort of similarity
as well. I am drawn to differences in cultures and
similarities in values. Reflection or being keeps
us healthy, giving meaning to our actions. I value
reflection in a world where doing is dominant and
too often without meaning.