Brian Dannatt
ted Learning Trainer

Brian is a very experienced trainer and specialises in delivering Emotional Intelligence, Performance Coaching & Transactional Analysis training at ted Learning and has worked with several of our sectors to deliver these engaging, thought provoking and challenging products. He has supported senior leadership teams at the Skills Funding Agency & Wolters Kluwer as well as delivering some internal training to the ted Learning team!

Brian believes that relationships are the bedrock of transformational leadership, successful management, high performing teams and collaborative working practices, in short great relationships are the lifeblood of both personal and organisational effectiveness. Aligned of course with a clear, unified sense of purpose and the resources to do the job.

Brian’s strength as a facilitator of growth and change lies in his ability to combine extensive experience with a strong academic background to provide pragmatic solutions to delivering results.

He utilises practical business experience gained over 40 years in a multitude of roles and environments and behavioural psychology including the principles and practice of Applied Emotional Intelligence (AEI) and Transactional Analysis (TA) as levers of change.

Brian holds an Honours degree in psychology and graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University with a Master’s in Professional Training & Development. He also holds qualifications in management and coaching, applied emotional intelligence, transactional analysis and counselling and is accredited with both the European Federation of Psychologists Associations (EFPA) and the British Psychological Society (BPS) to conduct psychometric assessments.

 My goal at ted Learning is to increase awareness and enable individuals and groups to make positive, informed choices about work and life 
Brian Dannatt ted Trainer

What our clients say about us

Our training is observational and participative, using teams of actors to bring it to life. We recognise that taking part in role-play is not for everyone, so we offer observational training – this is where two of our acting team demonstrate scenes related to the course and delegates observe and comment on the behaviors. Where a business is more confident working with actors, we take this to the next level with participative training so delegates get to practice their newly learnt skills.

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