Felicity Davis

Felicity Davis

Managing Director of Australia & New Zealand

Felicity has spent over 20 years as a leadership development specialist working both at a strategic and hands-on level. Her consulting experience has been focused on executive leadership development, CEO succession, c-suite development and recruitment, advisory coaching, DEI consulting, talent strategy and workplace counselling. She brings previous experience as a General Manager in an ASX listed company where she developed skills in financial management, strategy formulation and implementation, people leadership, change leadership and organisational dynamics.

She has worked across a wide range of industries including: Retail, Financial Services, Mining & Energy, Property & Development, Private Equity, and Transport & Logistics.

Her key areas of interest and expertise as a coach include – navigating the dynamics between boards and executive teams, working with diversity, leveraging individual strengths and exploring interpersonal differences as a means of ‘being your best’ and navigating complex organisaitonal dynamics. She enjoys working with leaders as they transition through different career stages and helping them to find purpose and meaning through their work. Her coaching approach is characterised by a pragmatic and solution focused delivery style, a willingness to call it like it is and depth of understanding of the challenges c-suite leaders face.

Felicity holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science (with Honours) from the University of Melbourne. She majored in Psychology, English, Gender Studies and Mathematics. She also has a Master of Psychology from the University of Melbourne.

Outside of work Felicity enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing tennis, reading, cooking, travelling and spending time down the coast. She lives in Melbourne with her husband, son, and daughter. She loves her cat and her dog equally. She enjoys watching all kinds of sports, is a Melbourne Cricket Club member and supports Essendon Football Club and Melbourne Victory Football Club.