David Spungin

Director, Leadership Development

David Spungin

• Successfully led teams in Military, Federal Government, and Corporate enviroments
• Graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point
• Trained and coached thousands of leaders in primarirly Fortune 500 organizations
• Certified Executive Coach, expertise in the MBTI, DiSC, PMAI, and EQ-I 2.0

David is a Corporate Trainer, Executive Coach, and Professional Speaker focused on transforming managers into high-performing leaders.

A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, he earned his degree in Leadership Development/Systems Engineering and led combat soldiers in the U.S. Army for nearly a decade. Most notably, he deployed in 2003 while in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Following military service, David established himself as a business development professional while working for a multi-billion dollar construction company. Applying his military leadership experience, he grew his business unit to nearly $400 million, setting a new company sales record. David next joined a mid-sized consulting firm and successfully directed project teams delivering professional services to agencies of the Federal government. Ultimately, his passion for building effective leaders and teams inspired him to pursue a career as a leader development professional.

David has since trained and coached thousands of leaders, primarily in Fortune 500 companies to include Google, Schlumberger, Accenture, Harris Corporation, Arthur Gallagher, Johns Manville, Hogan Lovells, and Facebook.

He has his Master of Science in Organization Development (MSOD) at American University in Washington, D.C., as well as completing advanced leadership development studies at Harvard University. He is a graduate of the ICF accredited Executive Coaching program offered through Newfield Network and an International Coaching Federation (ICF) certified coach.

To further support his client's coaching requirements, David holds expertise in the MBTI, DiSC, PMAI, and EQ-i 2.0 behavioral assessments, as well as in non-verbal (somatic) communication.

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