Davia Temin is a frequent public and popular speaker and moderator – for clients, clients' own client events, their leadership development and “high potentials” training programs, and at public events, conferences, and association meetings.
She also presents regularly at CEO and board meetings, and has developed a range of “Crisis Game” role play simulations to prepare CEOs, boards, and client companies for real-life crisis situations.
She also helps to facilitate strategic planning sessions, idea generation, and career development conferences.
These sessions are almost universally top-rated by participants.
Topics range from reputation and crisis management to fostering resilience to rebuilding trust and loyalty; from strategic and visionary leadership to communicating one's purpose and brand with impact, clarity and power to how to deal with a hostile media and an angry public; from an introduction to marketing strategy to how to communicate with authenticity in an information-driven marketplace.
Called the "utility infielder of speaking" by one corporate managing director running the company's high-potential leadership program, Temin can put together a compelling and inspiring presentation on a constellation of topics geared to support the goals of the training and add value to the organization and its leaders.
She also presents regularly at CEO meetings, and has developed a range of “Crisis Game” role play simulations to prepare CEOs, Boards, and client companies for real-life crisis situations.