David Nixon Advisor and Facilitator
David Nixon has been helping organisations realise their potential for nearly 20 years. David has the skill and experience both as the owner of his own consulting business and as someone who has been around small businesses his entire life to help see you to the next level of growth. He has had 30 years’ engineering management experience across multinationals, utilities, councils, small businesses and start-ups in numerous roles including director, board advisor, chief executive, chief operating officer, consultant and business advisor. David operates an advisory and facilitation consultancy, Nixon Clarity, and has worked with many government and private utility organisations, but also began branching out and working with start-ups, scale-ups and other small-to-medium size businesses.
David is recognised as Australia’s Authority on Unleashing Growth Barriers for SME’s. He works with medium size business, that are battling with growth roadblocks and helps them achieve change. These include SME’s, family businesses, industry groups and government bodies. David also regularly assists start-up and scale-ups with their journeys.
David provides a wide range of facilitation services, often as part of advisory roles. These include strategic planning workshops, technology and climate change workshops, disaster & emergency management planning, operational and project issue identification and general facilitation sessions.
David is an accomplished speaker on a broad range of business and environmental issues. Recent presentations have included topics such as strategic planning frameworks, diversity in the workplace, technology trends in the Water Sector and addressing the risks posed by climate change.
Through his associated companies, David provides a wide range of business support services, including around personal business brand management, Inbound corporate tourism & corporate event management, secretariat and governance services, IT Shared Services and IoT & Digital transformation services.