Daniel White

whiteDaniel White is an executive coach who specializes in helping leaders to reach their full potential. He works with leaders to assess their strengths and their developmental opportunities. Clients deepen their self-awareness; then use this awareness to lead in a way that aligns with their constituent’s needs, the organizational culture and their personal values. He helps clients surmount barriers, and coaches them in learning and applying new skills. Leaders develop new capabilities and mind-sets that significantly enhance their effectiveness over the long-term.

Client List

  • Pfizer
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • New York Times
  • Reuters
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Sanofi-Aventis
  • CitiGroup
  • Columbia Univ.
  • NY Stock Exchange
  • Neighborhood Development Corp.
  • Time, Inc.
  • Prudential Financial
  • Forest Labs
  • Grey Advertising
  • AstraZeneca
  • MTV
  • RR Donnelley
  • Lundbeck USA
  • Schering-Plough
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Dow Jones
  • NYC Schools
  • Standard & Poors
  • Goldman Sachs
  • JetBlue Airways
  • MetLife
  • West LB
  • 1199 Mutual Benefit Fund

 

Background

Prior to his role as a coach and consultant, Dan served as Director of Leadership & Organization Development at Citibank. There he implemented original approaches to leadership training and organization effectiveness. He teaches Leadership Coaching at the CUNY Graduate Center.

 

Education

MA  |  Organizational Psychology  |  Columbia University, Teachers College

BA  |  Psychology  |  University of Rochester

Post-grad certificate  |  Adult Career Development  | Queens College — CUNY

Coach certification  |  Leadership Coaching  |  Cape Cod Institute, Gestalt Institute, Marshall Goldsmith Group

 

Publications

Coaching Leaders: Guiding People Who Guide Others, John Wiley – Jossey-Bass. 2006

Executive Leadership Coaching, chapter in Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace, R. Watkins and D. Leigh, editors. Pfeiffer/Wiley. 2009.

Career Development of Technical Professionals. in Alan Pickman, Special Challenges in Career Management. L. Erlbaum 1997

Repairing Damaged Work Relationships. in Research-Technology Management,4/03

Stimulating Innovative Thinking. in Research-Technology Management, 9/96