David Miskimin Jack Stewart
Executive and Business Coach, Consultant, Trainer, Keynote Presenter, Radio Broadcaster, Author and Writer.
David, founder of The Directors Coach, is an Executive and Business Coach with a background of over 15 years senior management experience within ICL, NorTel and Reuters. David works as a coach and mentor with people at all levels and with teams in business. His own understanding as a senior manager enables him to help senior people achieve performance excellence. This includes CEOs, MDs and Lawyers. He has a particular passion in the building of purpose, direction and follow–through with senior teams. His coaching clients include financial services, engineering, software and consultancy companies as well as the public sector.
Coaching Academy trained, David is a Founder Member of (what is now) Coaching and Mentoring International, contributes to their Corporate Coach Training and is dedicated to the development of coaching. They commissioned David to write the communications module of their first Corporate Coaching Programme. EEF (the UK organisation for engineering, manufacturing and technology based businesses), commissioned David to write and deliver to its members a Managing & Motivating programme and modules for the Institute of Leadership & Management Diploma. He is retained for ongoing delivery of these and other programmes.
As an accredited trainer, consultant and coach, he holds LCA, MCLC, British Psychological Society Level A and B, Assoc CIPD qualifications, Myers Briggs and 16PF practitioner and is an internationally accredited NLP Practitioner. Trained by the Dale Carnegie Organisation, David achieved awards for Outstanding Performance and Human Relations. Committed to life–long learning, David is undertaking the Noble Manhattan Coaching post–graduate Corporate Coaching Practitioner Diploma (Masters level).
A popular keynote speaker, he has appeared on BBC Radio Stoke, Merseyside and Manchester for interviews and phone–in coaching, and has a regular newspaper column. He joined forces with Jack Stewart in order to provide younger members of society with a means to realise their talents.
David is married to Laura. They have two daughters, Nicole and Anne–Marie, and two grandsons, Marcus and Aiden. Contact him through email to email@example.com.
Psychotherapist, Author, Publisher, NLP Trainer and Nurseryman.
Jack Stewart, BA, MSc, FCIPD, has spent most of his working life as a trainer and developer in the public, private and voluntary sectors. He has designed and run training programmes, team building and other ‘interventions’ for thousands of directors, teachers, managers, children, supervisors and employees.
Through personal experience of leading change in local government, combined with his research interests, he co–authored ‘The Learning Organization in the Public Services’ published by Gower in 1997.
Since establishing Organisational Healing in 1995, Jack has diversified into running and franchising NLP (Neuro–Linguistic Programming) Practitioner and Master Practitioner courses. He has designed and run NLP–based programmes in schools (Modelling Genius, ‘Re–righting the Code’). Twice he has addressed the annual Early Years conference organised by Walsall LEA. Working with David Miskimin means he can now help parents nationally and internationally.
Jack has a psychotherapy and coaching practice, and he published the personal development magazine the Magic Lamp, (now on–line), six years ago. He was a consultant to Shrewsbury Town Football Club, and Warrington Wolves Rugby League Club, helping players be more skilled at the mental side of the game.
Prior to 1995, Jack was a senior lecturer and CIPD examiner in personnel management, and taught strategic management for the Open University’s MBA.
In September 2004, Jack co–produced with Jeff Moran the unique Purrfect Symphony CD. He is now developing his skills as a spiritual teacher, and his (about tenth at the last count) latest life change is to become the proud owner of a cottage nursery business.
Jack is married to Anne, and they have two daughters; Karen and Janet (stepdaughters to Jack) and three grandchildren; James, Nicola and Josh.
Jack can be contacted through email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This member has not published any books.