Daniel understands the challenges that come along with leading a business whilst providing your employees with the best possible training you can. For the past 10 years, he has taught thousands of students and professionals on how to build successful teams through effective leadership, to drive performance through staff engagement and personalized development.
He has an academic background in Social Work, School Counselling, School Leadership and Workplace Mediation. He has worked in leadership development, particularly in the fields of Education and Care, bringing a unique blend of experience, competence and innovation to his work with the focus primarily being on PEOPLE.
During his role as a Head of Senior School at a leading local independent school in Malta, Daniel has achieved results by harnessing and developing the qualities of the various team-members under his leadership. He is also a co-founder of two organizations, SHIFT (NGO) an organisation assisting schools across Malta and LYNC (Cooperative). LYNC is a Cooperative of social wellbeing for professionals.
Daniel is a Registered Social worker (University of Malta) and a Certified mediator MII (Ireland). He holds a BA(Hons) in Social work, Diploma in Counselling (UK), Degree (level 6)in Educational leaders and Partnership Coaching (Institute for Education).
Daniel’s broad expertise and experience in leading successful teams and passion for training and well-being has led him to transition smoothly into the world of learning and development. With extensive experience in creating programmes, Daniel has delivered workshops which include Leadership, reflective practice, employee motivation, challenging behaviour & care plans, conflict management, communication, mediation and career counselling.
His strength comes through his unique ability to use his business and social care experiences to understand the knowledge and skills his participants need to increase their performance and productivity. He then designs and delivers his programmes in a way that excites and motivates participants to use new skills and change their behaviours.