David Pilbeam has a Masters in Coaching and Mentoring Practice together with a strong business background. As an Operations Director in the Leisure Sector, David was part of a four-person executive team that founded a business in 1993. David’s experience running this and other businesses, as well as his coaching qualifications, enable him to help leaders build on their strengths and achieve on-going success. David has over 16 years’ experience specialising in leadership and performance coaching for individuals and teams and delivering organisational change projects. His style has been described as challenging, motivating and pragmatic. He uses a performance and strengths focussed approach in his work. He is naturally supportive and encouraging, but is never shy of asking the tough questions. David has worked on projects in Asia, Africa and Europe that span cultures, industries and nationalities.
Glenn Wallis is one of the world’s very few Doctors of Coaching and Mentoring. As well as his Doctorate, Glenn has a Masters in Coaching and Mentoring Practice and is an Associate of the Institute for Coaching based at Harvard University Medical School. Glenn believes passionately in the empirical and professional application of coaching, underpinned by nearly 20 years’ practical experience working with leaders at all levels within organisations. Glenn’s pragmatic approach enables him to work across different cultures, including in fast-paced demanding environments, to deliver professional development and enduring outcomes for both leaders and their organisations. The confidence and trust Glenn inspires have seen him become the coach of choice for many executives, leaders and organisations.