David Evans has extensive practical experience in transformational change, business improvement and strategy execution. Working with teams at all managerial levels, he has strong coaching, facilitation and problem-solving skills. Clients find his style approachable, challenging and outcomes-focussed. David’s passion is to support clients to develop and sustain an environment of cultural alignment and employee-motivation, for mutual success. David’s early career was in international consumer-goods marketing and general management. He led businesses through periods of rapid growth and significant change, delivering ambitious targets and simultaneously developing the people around him.
David subsequently became a leadership development, business improvement and organisational change consultant. With deep analytical skills, excellent communications capability and the focus to achieve challenging tasks, he has an engaging facilitation style and an adaptable coaching approach that brings out the best in people around him. He works with managers at all organisational levels to effect sustainable business improvement. He involves and engages client employees in order to embed and sustain change. His MarComs background enables him to support change-communications effectively.
• MSc in Work Psychology
• Accredited Coach
• CTT (Barrett Values Centre) Master Trainer
• Certified in Kirkpatrick learning evaluation
• Accredited to conduct several psychometric tools (Level A / B accredited by the British Psychological Society) – OPQ, Hogan, Belbin, TMSDI, ASSESS, BeTalent
• Member of the Association for Coaching
• A Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute
• MBA, Manchester Business School
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