Want your nights and weekends back?

IMAGINE … Your team no longer needs you to rework their papers …

Learn how to guide your team
so their papers are clear, compelling
and (at least!) half as long
without substantive rework from you.

CLARITY FIRST FOR LEADERS

Join a small group of like-minded leaders in a practical 3-month program combining independent online learning with 1-1 and small group coaching.

Suited for leaders with teams of any size.

Having helped hundreds of corporate teams, I am taking applications for my first public leaders program.

STEP 1 – LEARN IT

Learn how to front-end the thinking with your team to equip them to consistently communicate complex ideas with compelling clarity.

STEP 2 – COACH IT

Tweak your operating rhythm around important communication so you can provide ‘fast feedback' early in the process.

STEP 3 – LEAD IT

Collaborate with a small group of like-minded leaders as you all reclaim your nights and weekends while simultaneously delivering greater impact.

Help your team deliver greater value

Lead them to communicate with greater clarity, confidence and insight
LEARN MORE ON A 1-1 CALL WITH DAVINA

A BIT ABOUT DAVINA

I love what I do.

I have had the pleasure of helping smart people all over the world to clarify and communicate complex ideas for the past 20+ years.

I began this work when I joined McKinsey & Company in Hong Kong as a Communication Specialist and have built a team of eight here in Australia that helps others see their good ideas get the traction they deserve.

The structured approach that I teach, the So What Strategy, helps people from almost every discipline.

I know this because not only do I teach, I get in the trenches alongside my clients and prepare the communication with them.

It offers a universal thinking process that enables you to articulate the breakthrough lurking beneath the surface of your communication.

“I no longer spend up to 25 hours per weekend revising my team's papers,”
– Sandip K, Head of Data Analytics, Health Service

“I recently submitted an 80 page business case which was rejected. When I adopted your approach I got it down to 2 pages and it was approved immediately,”
– Roy H, Sydney Operations Centre Manager