Adrian Reith – Executive Coach since 2006
Adrian supports leaders to achieve change – in Education, Health, Media, Arts, Business, Tech, Sport and Third Sector. And many in emergent roles.
Adrian spent 25 years as writer, director and business owner in communications media.
Dealing at Owner, Board and Senior Level in radio, film, TV & advertising he worked with the top people in some of the UK's best businesses including FTSE 100: Carphone Warehouse, Coca-Cola, BBC, Boden, Nationwide, Dunlop, Telewest, Autoglass and Transport for London – plus the top 20 agencies.
Prizes: During these years he won numerous industry prizes including D&AD, Creative Circle, Clio Awards, Irish Grand Prix and the Silver and Gold Sony Radio Awards.
He also co-wrote several humour books.
1987 – 2006, co-founded Radioville, the UK's first radio advertising agency.
Actors he directed in the studio include Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, John Peel, Joanna Lumley, Willie Rushton, Geoffrey Palmer, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Helena Bonham Carter, Rowan Atkinson, Bob Hoskins, Derek Jacobi, Richard Griffiths, Jim Broadbent, Timothy Spall, Bernard Hill, Robbie Coltrane, Miriam Margolyes and Patricia Routledge.
1994 – Present, founded The Jungle Group the leading UK Audio Post Production company www.thejunglegroup.co.uk He remains a non-exec director.
Coaching Qualifications: Adrian has the Professional Certified Coach qualification, 1200+ hours of coaching time, ICF Certified Coaching Diploma; ; subscribes to the ICF code of ethics and has a coach supervisor and professional indemnity insurance. On top of the Diploma Training with Coaching Development (135 hours), Adrian has an additional training in Transactional Analysis 101; Appreciative Inquiry; Action Learning Facilitator; Deepening Intimacy & Trust; Gift of Feedback; Using Non-Verbal Skills; Unconscious at Work; Authenticity; Restorying & Enneagram Training. Adrian is an Approved Coaching Support Specialist to the UK Sport Elite Programme.
2011-2014 Founding Chair of Trustees, Street Child World Cup – since taking his family to visit a street child project in Durban in 2007, he helped establish the international charity– taking teams of street children from 19 countries to the competition in Rio de Janeiro in March 2014. www.StreetChildWorldCup.org
Adrian lives in Cambridge with his wife Judy (a parenting coach), he has three daughters, a dog and too many bikes.