Raymond Davi is a nationally respected career and life strategist, specializing in organizational development. Davi is instrumental in helping build and achieve successful, sustainable models for corporations, small businesses, non-profits, start-ups and entrepreneurs. He is equally well known as a catalyst for reinvention, particularly in a climate of change, adroitly addressing the “new normal” of challenges and expectations his clients face. His process centers upon clarity in decision-making and purposeful use of core values, principles and behaviors to engender imagination, inspiration and innovation.
Davi capitalizes on his career in lifestyle marketing, organizational management and executive mentoring for over 30 years to deliver substantive results. He provides unique, intuitive insight and perspective to balance leadership needs with business demands. His concentration is to bring heightened awareness to all aspects of intellectual capital/talent advancement as well as collaborative in-depth approaches to executive work/life balance.
All of Davi’s work is designed to allow a business to attain fully aligned and integrated leadership to craft and maintain expert communication skills, accountability, human resource capitalization, business effectiveness and creativity on every level.
Davi’s clients represent the diverse disciplines of art, retail, design, communications, marketing and publishing, in both the corporate and entrepreneurial arenas. He interfaces with a broad spectrum of professionals ranging from CEO’s, management teams, executive committees to authors, architects, artists and non-profits.
Corporate clients have included companies such as Limited Brands, The Giorgio Armani Corporation, Oxford Industries, Nike, Esprit and The Ford Motor Company, to mention only a few. Additionally, he has co-lead workshops on following an individual’s personal and career passion at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center. He has been a volunteer, advisor and/or board member to such organizations as Friends of Carmel Forest, Sustainable Carmel, and New Camaldoli Hermitage. He also serves as Development Director, Leadership Models and Programs for Commerce and Society, at Center for Changing Systems, a Northern California non-profit organization that specializes in an Open Systems communication model.