David Bishop

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David Bishop is a visionary and successful leader who has led as President, two multibillion-dollar, leading global media companies – Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and MGM Worldwide Home Entertainment.

David is now compassionately committed to accelerating individual, team and organizational performance. With nearly four decades of experience training emerging and established business people, David and his associates have learned and developed unique neuroscience supported methodologies that are proven to turn obstacles into opportunities and foster success to a variety of businesses.

Whether developing executives or implementing new strategies within an organization, David equips his clients with techniques to better manage the current or future business climate changes.

He is an acknowledged expert in the media industry around the world and has been at the forefront of three major industry revolutions – DVD, Blu Ray, and Digital Distribution. His teams always scored high in employee engagement and won numerous customer service awards from key customers around the world. David was inducted into Variety’s Hall of Fame in 2002.

David is a recognized authority in developing effective leaders. His passion for building high-performing teams and coaching executives has helped create a cadre of effective leaders in companies like Netflix, United Airlines, Google, IMAX, AYSO, Alibaba and Amazon. He has developed a specialty practice working with CEO/Founders and their teams as they move into their series A round of funding and beyond.

David also serves as a coach for Loyola Marymount University’s Executive MBA program. He is currently an advisor/co-developer/facilitator for USC's Third Space Thinking Center which focuses on leadership development in the private sector and underprivileged youths. He is a board member of Pepperdine University’s Business School. David holds a graduate certification in Executive and Organizational Development from Columbia University.

He is a fellow at Harvard University’s Institute of Coaching. David served as a Chair for Columbia University’s initiative to have neuroscience at the foundation of their executive and organizational development program. He also performed a key role in Stanford University’s Positive Coaching Alliance, which is focused on enhancing the experience in youth sports. David recently completed his term as chair for the Los Angeles Food Bank and remains on the board of directors.

Phone:  310-430-4543