David became a full-time professional Leadership Coach and Writer back in the mid-nineties. He does much of his work for large, multi-national corporations in the UK and USA.
David is the editor of Leadership Psychology which is based on his experience working with leaders, Directors, and VPs. Leadership psychology is designed to offer leaders information about the latest practices and techniques in leadership in order to help them develop their careers.
About Writer & Author David Ferrers
David writes, coaches, and runs workshops internationally to enable people to better understand themselves, their abilities, their creativity, and their strengths so that they can become the best leader they can possibly be.
David is the author of hundreds of articles, and several books including The Free Self-Help Handbook, Ignite Your Inner Leader, and A Journey of Self-Discovery..
David has published articles in publications like:
The Startup – How I Found Out That a Recession Is a Great Time To Start a Business
The Startup – Master These Seven Essentials And You Will Enjoy a Happy, Meaningful, and Prosperous Life
Better Humans – How to Use Frustration as Fuel to Improve Your Life
Better Humans – How To Achieve Your Goals AND Enjoy Your Life
Illumination – The Perfect Small Business for the Solo Entrepreneur
The Writing Cooperative – How To Increase Your Earnings Without Writing Any More Content
David was educated at Downside School, Grenoble University, and The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. In his business life, he worked in advertising agencies in London and Asia. He was a senior executive at BBDO and Leo Burnett. He also started and grew a marketing consultancy in the UK before becoming a coach.
David specializes in enabling clients to make better use of their minds and their emotions. The aim is to realize your true identity, your uniqueness, and your creativity. Once you really know how you operate yourself it becomes much easier to express yourself with confidence. This is the key to developing each client’s unique style. He is a qualified NLP Master Practitioner. He reads widely about psychology, leadership, the human spirit, and business topics.
Ninety percent of David’s coaching work is one-to-one with his clients either face-to-face or via video conferencing. He writes extensively in his blog Leadership Psychology. He also runs occasional Leader Development workshops for people interested in developing their leadership skills so that they can build their careers by becoming leaders who achieve outstanding results
David lives in a modernized, eighteenth-century coach house on a farm in the county of Kent in the UK with his wife Sally, their dogs Tommy and Jem, a horse, and two rescued pigmy goats.