Coaching and Consulting Experience
Daniel is an executive coach and leadership development specialist focusing on coaching senior executives and management teams to be more creative, collaborative, and influential. His practical, results-based approach draws on over 15 years experience as an executive coach, management consultant, entrepreneur, and expert in large-scale healthcare information technology implementations in the US and abroad.
Daniel’s expertise has been leveraged across many industries including healthcare, hospitals, pharmaceutical, defense, legal, and telecommunications. He has coached and influenced numerous leaders with titles including SVP, VP, Consultant and Partner.
As an executive coach, Daniel has been actively engaged in coaching and facilitating individual and team leadership development at Pharmore Drugs, Metal Craft, ARINC (now Booz-Allen), United Nations High Commission for Refugees, World Health Organization, World Bank, Johns Hopkins University, Georgetown University, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Daniel’s approach supports leaders to better understand both the internal drivers and external context for engaging successful leadership behaviors. Working from within the client’s most pressing leadership challenges, his coaching supports the ability to perceive and navigate complex situations, communicate effectively, delegate with authority, and to demonstrate resilience and resourcefulness through transition.
Coaching Areas of Expertise
- Leadership capacity development
- Executive communication and influence
- Somatic coaching and physical discipline, as it relates to leadership
- 360 feedback and performance coaching
- Team coaching and facilitation
Education and Certifications
Daniel is a graduate of the College of William & Mary and hold a Master’s degree in Health Policy and Management and Certificate in Health Finance and Management from the Johns Hopkins University. He received a Certificate in Leadership Coaching from the Institute for Transformational Leadership at Georgetown University and also completed Stanford Lab course work. Daniel holds a black belt in Aikido and teaches nationally on Aikido principles and their use in executive development to corporate executives. He is also the co-author of The Coaching Companion: Get the Most from Your Coaching Experience.