Diana File is the founder and CEO of DF Analytics and Management Consulting, Inc. She has spent 15 years driving results for Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, non-profits, and start-ups around the world.
Diana uses neuroscience to empower companies to build highly diverse, inclusive teams that break records in productivity, collaboration, and profit. Her proprietary analytics methodologies uncover the deep neuroscientific factors that dictate success or failure. From there, she translates assessment into strategy and drives cross-functional implementation across the matrix. This integrated approach helps companies stay competitive in the face of dynamic generational and cultural shifts for employees and customers.
A former Israel Defense Forces organizational psychologist, Diana has transformed decision trees in complex hierarchies and spearheaded global research on why intractable conflicts persist and how to inspire their resolution. Diana’s expertise spans the areas of workforce analytics, team building, project management, organizational effectiveness and development, conflict resolution, and best practice research.
In addition to her consulting work, Diana regularly delivers trainings, workshops, and keynotes for the Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, the Association for Healthcare Human Resource Administrators of Greater New York, the National Libraries of Medicine, and the Yale Alumni Association.
Diana holds a BA in Psychology from Yale University and an MA in Psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is fluent in English, Hebrew, and Russian.