About me

What do you want to get from working with a coach? Take a moment to really look at your motivation for being here reading this text.

My coaching tends to have a few central themes:


Training, qualifications & experience

Certified Professional Co-Active Coach - CTI: International Coaching Federation Accredited
Organisation Relationships Systems @ Work: Centre for Right Relationships
Neuroscience of Coaching
CTI Co-Active Leadership Program

BA History: Bard College, USA
Professional Diploma in Marketing - Chartered Institute of Marketing

Member organisations


UK International Coach Federation

The International Coach Federation is the professional association for personal and business coaches worldwide.

Coaches can become accredited by the ICF, who have three grades of membership: Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and Master Certified Coach (MCC), with the different categories standing for different levels of training and experience. Master Certified Coach's have achieved a substantial level of training and experience.

Members of ICF are accountable to a professional code of ethics.

Other areas of coaching I deal with



I operate a sliding scale depending on whether I'm coaching an individual, a couple or a team. Factors such as a for profit or not for profit business will also come into the mix when setting charges.

Making changes in ones life takes time. Making an agreement for a certain number of sessions can be the second step in a change process. The first step - looking for and contacting a coach or other kind of facilitator.

If you are interested in learning more, then contact me and we can set up a convenient time to talk for 30 minutes about you.

Further information

For more information, visit my website or email or call me.

Website:  www.davidharriscoaching.com
E-mail:    david@davidharriscoaching.com
Phone:    01384 444585

West Midlands

Key details

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Wheelchair user access

Wheelchair user access

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You can contact the life coach to discuss the options available.

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Type of session

In person
Home visits