Daniel is not your every day executive coach. Daniel is the former CEO of Seattle’s world-famous Pike Place Market, he drove 10x growth as a Fortune 500 leader, orchestrated multi-million-dollar efficiencies as Chief of Staff for the Chief Medical Officer of a $20B healthcare delivery system, and carved out 10% overhead when responsible for $.5 billion P&L. As a global executive leadership coach and consultant, Daniel’s client list includes leaders at Airbnb, Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, BP, CBRE, Dell, Google, Home Depot, International Rescue Committee, Microsoft, Novo Nordisk, Philips, Schwab, Starbucks, plus dozens of less recognizable retail, manufacturing, technology, healthcare, biotech and life sciences organizations.
Clients work with Daniel to:
- Bring velocity and durability to leadership development results.
- Level-up executive presence and emotional intelligence.
- Turn insight into impact.
- Develop decision making, communication, and conflict resolution skills.
- Break out of old patterns and define new approaches to solving problems.
- Manage operational challenges, corporate transitions, difficult interpersonal relationships.
- Gain clarity and confidence.
- Create more value through change, cohesion, and collaboration.
- Leverage an experienced ally and proven champion of diversity, inclusion, and women leaders.
A lifelong leaner, Daniel earned a Master’s degree from the Leadership Institute of Seattle, and has post graduate education from Harvard, the University of Washington, as well as other esteemed institutions. He teaches leadership and strategy as an adjunct faculty for Seattle University.
Daniel serves as a Trustee for Seattle Girls School and chairs the Risk Management & Resilience Committee as an executive committee member.
Professionall Certified Coach (PCC) International Coach Federation (MCC expected 2021)
MA Applied Behavioral Sciences in Coaching & Consulting
Physician Development Coach
Personalysis Master Facilitator
Hogan Leadership & 360
Bates ExPI & LPTI
GE Change Acceleration Process
AIM Change Methodology
Institute of Creative Development