Diane is recognized as a highly qualified and respected coach/facilitator known for creating trusting relationships with clients. Her career includes experience in education, post-secondary education, training, coaching, financial management, leadership development, performance management and organizational design.

As a Certified Executive Coach, Diane has worked with new leaders in vertical transition, has witnessed transformation in senior leader’s personal and organizational effectiveness, and has championed individuals with growth beyond their imagined limitations.

Diane’s current focus is working with those individuals and teams interested in learning more about emotional intelligence and its impact on professional and personal lives. Her coaching principles help others create new ways of thinking to disrupt old patterns, become aware of internal dialogue and its impact on performance, and develop new strategies for regulating emotions that interfere with positive living.

She is a certified practitioner in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI™), Emotional Intelligence Learning in Action Profile (LIAT™), and is a Certified Emotional Intelligence Assessor with SixSeconds (SEI™).

Diane has been a member of the International Coaching Federation, reaching the qualifications necessary for PCC standing. Diane is resolute in following the code of conduct as established by the ICF. She has been a member of Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan, Prairie Professional Coaches Association, SCODA and various other organizations.


Knoll & Associates Clients Include

    • Diane is a local facilitator and coach for Felix Global and Morneau Shepell.
    • Saskatchewan Soccer Association
    • St. Paul’s Hospital
    • Lutheran Early Childhood Centers
    • Nutrien (Agrium)
    • Ronald McDonald House
    • Tykes & Tots
    • Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region
    • HDI Forums
    • SaskEnergy
    • Edwards School of Business
    • University of Saskatchewan
    • Saskatchewan First Nations Child and Family Institute
    • SaskPolytechnic