About David Bredin
Coach, Mediator, Facilitator and Coach Supervisor
David works predominantly, on a one-to-one basis with key decision makers in business and professional individuals to help them maximize their performance in the workplace and/or their private lives. He walks his clients through the process of tackling, head-on the interferences that limit performance, particularly with regard to interpersonal skills. He believes it is almost always possible to increase an individual's effectiveness and, by default that of the team or organization using this method.
David is an Accredited Coach of the Association for Coaching and a Certified MasterMind Executive Coach of the Rescue Institute (USA). He is also a qualified Coaching Supervisor; in this role he is part of the process to ensure that coaches themselves maintain the quality, standards and ethics of the profession.
He runs, on behalf of the Association for Coaching a monthly forum for coaches in the East of England to meet and practice their craft in a safe environment.
David is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Personal Development and a Member of the Chartered Management Institute. He is qualified to conduct a series of psychometric assessments including ILM72 (Leadership), MTQ48 (Mental Toughness) and Clarity4D (Personality) and is on the UK Register of Learning Providers.
David is married with three grown-up sons and, as part of his contribution to UK Society he gives his services free as a Magistrate within the County of Cambridgeshire in England.
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Blog (recent posts)
As a Coach we are untimately responsibile for our own Continuous Professional Development as part of our Career Plans. What do you know of ‘Mindfulness’, ‘Provocative coaching’ or ‘Brain based Coaching’ ? These are but three of the more recent techniques being discussed and increasingly practic...
| Posted on October 02, 2012
If you lead an active outdoor life, you will think of the September dusk as coming too early and making your evenings shorter. If you spend much of your time indoors, you will see them as longer evenings. The hours of darkness are the same for everyone. It is only your perception of them...
| Posted on August 27, 2012
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Christmas is, for many, a time when relationships are foremost in their minds. But for some, it is a time of deception, when the printed words of peace and love are in direct opposition to what they really feel inside.
As a professional coach I am mindful, albeit sad that at this time of ...
| Posted on December 15, 2011