Ali Davies specialises in teaching people how to achieve what matters most to them through a process that integrates design strategies, creating change, and the right behaviours and habits to achieve specific results.
Ali has been running her Consultancy and Coaching Agency for 18 years. Prior to that, she spent 14 years in large corporate organisations, including Coca-Cola and Pepsi UK distributors. During her 14-year corporate career, her leadership roles included managing major change projects and leading teams to improve performance, achieve goals and transform results. With over 30 years experience, she provides a unique blend of consultancy, coaching, training, and education to teach people how to transform their lives, work, organisations, and teams for the better.
Ali believes that achieving what matters most to you doesn't happen by chance. It happens by design, change, and having the right behaviours and habits. Her mission is to teach people how to do that. Ali is dedicated to helping people succeed and thrive in life and work. She is driven by a desire to bring more fulfillment and meaning into life and work.
Ali advocates for changing the negative stereotyping and age bias against people at midlife and beyond. She advocates for age diversity, age equality, and multi-generational integration in the workplace and society generally. She has a passion for supporting people at midlife and beyond to re-invent themselves and design their next chapter in life and work.
As dawn broke on 1st January 2000, my husband and I were sat on top of our favourite mountain. As we watched the sun rising on a new millennium we made a pact to create change to design our ideal life and work. Our pact stemmed from feeling unfulfilled with the status quo in our lives and corporate careers. In 2001, I left my corporate career and set up my Consultancy and Coaching Agency. Making a career change gave me the freedom to live and work on my own terms, based on my own definition of success, my values, what would be fulfilling and meaningful, and what mattered most to me. I moved countries – twice! (from England to Ireland in 2006, and from Ireland to the West Coast of Canada in 2013).