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David Milton

David is passionate about personal & professional achievement and loves coaching people who are serious about their success. David joined Shirlaws because of his shared love for the journey that we as managers, directors, leaders and business owners go through. 

Between 2006 and 2012 David set up and then ran an international leader network that operated across 7 countries, involved up to 2000 people a year, grew to an annual turnover of £4.2million and also raised close to £12million for children in developing countries. David has worked with start-ups and multinationals, involved in leadership, direction, coaching and change management.

David is a highly personable coach. He is adept at helping his clients feel at ease. He can cut through the noise of the everyday and get to the heart of the issue facing an organisation; giving a clear structure to take positive action.

David has an MSc in Business Psychology and holds the Certificate in Company Direction from the Institute of Directors. In 2010 David was named ‘Director of the Month’ by Director Magazine and had his team named by The Guardian as one of ‘Britain’s 50 New Radicals’ for innovation. 

In his spare time, David is a keen rock climber and mountaineer. He has trained as a mountain guide and is known for applying the discipline and decision making skills he has acquired from this passion into his coaching. 

Click here to connect with David on LinkedIn.


Take a look at some of David's writing below... 

Why did you get up this morning?

Question for you… why did you get up this morning? Maybe you’re heading into the office. Perhaps you’re going on holiday. But why? 

It is a flippant question and yes, I’m trying to provoke you. But really, how easily can you answer the question? And I wonder, how often do you actually ask yourself that question?

I don’t mean it in the depressing sense of the phrase. What I’m trying to do is to get us thinking about a topic that’s relevant in business as well as the rest of our lives… purpose.



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