About David

About David Kyle

I have focused my career has focused on executive development and coaching to senior executives, new start-up design, strategic planning, organizational redesign and senior team development. I’ve been committed to helping senior executives discover for themselves their natural next step in leadership potential, and then providing them with tools to develop that potential.

I received my  BA from the University of California, Berkley, my MA from San Jose State University, and my Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology from Columbia Pacific University. I’ve taught at the University level, and worked with a number of consultancies. I was a founding member of Skopos Corporation, a human resources consulting and software company, and was a founder and President of Ontara Corporation, a company specializing in project management training and consulting. I also served as the Founding Academic Director for the Masters in Organizational Leadership at the Graduate Institute in Connecticut.

From the age of 7 I’ve had paranormal and initiatory experiences. Through the years I’ve studied with many shamanic and gifted spiritual teachers. The shamanic traditions have been the underlying foundation for my life growth and work in the world. As a teacher, consultant and writer the inner guidance and direction has provided the pathway of my life.

I have published two books: “The Four Powers of Leadership” (1998) and “Human Robots and Holy Mechanics: Reclaiming Our Souls in a Machine World” (1993). As most writers I have numerous manuscripts of both fiction and nonfiction, poetry, short stories, etc.that I have written over the years.

I have two books currently that have promise to be published. The first is from my work in Peru. This is titled “Medicine for the Heart: The 5 Pillars of Love & The 5 Foundation Stones for Daily Living”. The second is a project I’ve developed over the past 40 years of working with individuals in my consulting practice. This one is called: “Living the Arc of Our Lives: The Stages and Transitions from Birth to Death”.