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Digital Innovation & Contemporary Leadership
Speaker & Facilitator | Author | CXO Confidant
Finding A Better Way
Now more than ever before, we are living in a world that’s highly interconnected and interdependent, which means an action in one place has a very real influence elsewhere. Finding A Better Way is a meeting of the minds between Michelle, a Generation Y female freelance editor, and David, a Generation X male who is a former technology executive turned business advisor.
I have to say I genuinely loved Finding A Better Way. I loved the way it was structured. I love the perspective of David as a Gen X and Michelle as a Gen Y, and I loved the thought-provoking questions they pose at the end of each chapter.
Rachael Powell | Chief Customer Officer | XERO
It has been a long time since I've read something so thought-provoking, relevant, and timely given the current state of the world and all its challenges. I loved how David and Michelle weaved in their own personal experiences.
Peggy Stanios | Director
I took so much out of each chapter and appreciated the invitation to challenge traditional thought processes and ways of perceiving our community, career, and family.
Dr Amy Mulholland
"David has a big brain and an innate ability to simplify complex emerging topics. Our clients have attended many special speaking events globally throughout their careers, and so many of them said David’s workshop was one of the very memorable.”
Mark Riggs | Chief Customer Officer | Coupa Software
"I found that David truly listened to our expectations, tailored, and delivered an approach that added to our event. He was truly a DXN team member for a day; our team felt and commented on this. His professional experience and ability to communicate with insights are rare.”
Matthew Madden | CEO | DXN
“On the day, he delivered an extremely insightful and highly motivating address. I would certainly recommend David to other business leaders who are looking for an expert, highly relevant and valuable source of thought leadership.”
Jim Farrer | Managing Director | COINS Australia