David A. Coleman, Ph.D.
Transition Management Services
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Well before executive coaching became a popular phrase in boardrooms, David Coleman was helping business leaders understand their personal operating styles so they could get better results from themselves and their teams.

Trained as a psychologist and with business experience, David has been a trusted advisor to hundreds of leaders during more than three decades as an executive coach.

Adept at delivering frank advice with humor and kindness, David helps tough-minded, talented leaders improve their skills and performance by collaborating on existing work issues. He can apply his experience and knowledge almost immediately to a leader’s unique needs without adding to the leader’s already full plate. Competent in supporting both organizational and individual development, he adds special value during leadership transitions, both by reducing the costs of mistakes that executives might make and by speeding their shift into new roles and responsibilities.

David has taught and consulted on three continents in finance, media, academia, professional services, health care, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and information technology. He has published in a variety of professional journals and books and has lectured to business audiences around the country.

David received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Georgia and a B.A. in psychology from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. He has taught organizational development at Georgetown University and psychology and technical management at the University of Maryland. He became board certified as a coach in 2013.
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