David can help you achieve:
- Personal mastery as a life skill for the inspirational leader
- Mastery of professional, business and personal relationships, in particular
- Rapid change for you and your organisation
Fundamental to everything is an attitude of self-responsibility—recognising our own contribution to what happens around us and taking steps to change that when our outcomes aren’t what we hoped for. David inspires a deep sense of personal mastery and resourcefulness in the people he works with.
“Mastery” speaks of not only a high level of skill, a source of advantage, and a strength to fall back on, but also, crucially, a sense of direction and a desire to take personal responsibility for outcomes and learning how to change them. Awakening this state of mind ignites the potential in the individual. You and your people can achieve a level of insight and drive many only dream of, and that will propel your results forward and infuse your organisation and your life with resilience and energy.
As a leader, it’s essential to discover and truly understand your inner sense of purpose and to trust in that compass. What use personal power without a firm foundation? Having a sense of mission might seem a gift. In fact, it’s something to discover within ourselves.
Working with David brings about transformational change very rapidly. Within a week he helped me, and as a consequence my business, develop a voice and authority. He woke within me a heart for others, complementing the logical focus of my work. This has had remarkably tangible results. David’s depth of insight combined with compassion and powerful approach will radically change those who want to change. Ruth Wolstenholme, Managing Director, Sustainability consultancy
Listens. Very quickly gets the main thread – the nub of the problem. Never confrontational, at all. Points people in the right direction without getting their backs up (and there are some difficult characters). Very much helped keep things together. Things were destined to be difficult, but they weren’t difficult.
Gail Wilson, Hotel and Catering Manager
An ability to focus on the key issue and avoid distractions.
Martin Jones, Managing Director, Training consultancy