David Adams | Vistage UK
Speaker Bio

David Adams

David has been a Vistage Chair since June 1998.

He combines his professional background and his own personal abilities to work with his Vistage members to help them help themselves to become extra-ordinary in their lives and in their chosen businesses.

He achieves this through business coaching, some mentoring and a drive and tenacity which prevents his members from allowing themselves “off the hook”.

David is a chartered accountant, former corporate financier, CEO, non-executive chairman, trustee and performance poet, enabling him to coach his members and other clients with a huge degree of empathy.

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Coaching his business group on leadership and management styles

David facilitates his Vistage business groups and sits on a number of boards offering expertise and guidance. As a former Vistage member himself David truly understands the true value of membership. As a resource speaker on the Vistage circuit he also sees at first hand many other group chairs and members, allowing him to continue learning and implementing “best practice.”

David Adams is now an author. His book, Well-Versed; A Powerful Guide to Business Success, published recently by Panoma Press, embodies much of what business people find valuable from their Vistage membership.

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Unlocking Creativity – Thinking with the Whole Brain

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will be shown how to access whole-brain thinking, focused on workplace and/or personal issues.

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Unlocking Creativity – Thinking with the Whole Brain

Overview:

Enhancing the ability to link right brain/left brain thinking and simultaneously bringing whole-brain thinking is vital in both difficult economic times and in more favourable conditions. This will impact on the decision-making process, problem solving, the bottom line and cash flow. The aims of this workshop are to:

  • Unlock profits by increasing creativity using both sides of the brain.
  • Help transform Chief Executives and their teams into high performers.

Outline:

Key points include:

  • Raising effectiveness.
  • Increasing problem solving.
  • Enhancing lateral thinking.
  • Encouraging opportunities in difficult markets.

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will be shown how to access whole-brain thinking, focused on workplace and/or personal issues. By connecting logical thinking on the one side with inspirational thinking on the other, executive performance becomes ever more effective driving profits and cash flow.

“You can’t solve a problem using the same type of thinking that created it.” ~ Albert Einstein.

“It’s easy to make the simple complicated, it’s more difficult to make the complicated simple.” ~ Charles Mingus.

This workshop is ideal at a retreat, or it can be delivered as a three hour workshop.

If you are prepared to take a risk and break through the standard thinking processes, this workshop will deliver profound results for the individual and for the bottom line.

Unlocking Creativity – Thinking with the Whole Brain

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will be shown how to access whole-brain thinking, focused on workplace and/or personal issues.

Read more

Unlocking Creativity – Thinking with the Whole Brain

Overview:

Enhancing the ability to link right brain/left brain thinking and simultaneously bringing whole-brain thinking is vital in both difficult economic times and in more favourable conditions. This will impact on the decision-making process, problem solving, the bottom line and cash flow. The aims of this workshop are to:

  • Unlock profits by increasing creativity using both sides of the brain.
  • Help transform Chief Executives and their teams into high performers.

Outline:

Key points include:

  • Raising effectiveness.
  • Increasing problem solving.
  • Enhancing lateral thinking.
  • Encouraging opportunities in difficult markets.

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will be shown how to access whole-brain thinking, focused on workplace and/or personal issues. By connecting logical thinking on the one side with inspirational thinking on the other, executive performance becomes ever more effective driving profits and cash flow.

“You can’t solve a problem using the same type of thinking that created it.” ~ Albert Einstein.

“It’s easy to make the simple complicated, it’s more difficult to make the complicated simple.” ~ Charles Mingus.

This workshop is ideal at a retreat, or it can be delivered as a three hour workshop.

If you are prepared to take a risk and break through the standard thinking processes, this workshop will deliver profound results for the individual and for the bottom line.

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Unlocking Creativity – Thinking with the Whole Brain

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will be shown how to access whole-brain thinking, focused on workplace and/or personal issues.

Read more

Unlocking Creativity – Thinking with the Whole Brain

Overview:

Enhancing the ability to link right brain/left brain thinking and simultaneously bringing whole-brain thinking is vital in both difficult economic times and in more favourable conditions. This will impact on the decision-making process, problem solving, the bottom line and cash flow. The aims of this workshop are to:

  • Unlock profits by increasing creativity using both sides of the brain.
  • Help transform Chief Executives and their teams into high performers.

Outline:

Key points include:

  • Raising effectiveness.
  • Increasing problem solving.
  • Enhancing lateral thinking.
  • Encouraging opportunities in difficult markets.

In this highly interactive workshop, participants will be shown how to access whole-brain thinking, focused on workplace and/or personal issues. By connecting logical thinking on the one side with inspirational thinking on the other, executive performance becomes ever more effective driving profits and cash flow.

“You can’t solve a problem using the same type of thinking that created it.” ~ Albert Einstein.

“It’s easy to make the simple complicated, it’s more difficult to make the complicated simple.” ~ Charles Mingus.

This workshop is ideal at a retreat, or it can be delivered as a three hour workshop.

If you are prepared to take a risk and break through the standard thinking processes, this workshop will deliver profound results for the individual and for the bottom line.

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