Virtual Topics




The trick is not to look down and but ahead…

Kate Davis has the unique ability to find humour in any situation and after being quarantined, diagnosed positive and fighting Covid19 she realized being able to adapt to circumstances beyond our control allows us to explore creative solutions that can be applied to every area of our lives. Nothing is predictable anymore but finding that routine, like getting dressed at least from the waist up or establishing a dedicated workspace that isn’t next to the fridge helps to defuse the frustrations of our circumstances and find a little normality in a challenging time. Kate’s generous insight and outspoken character provide a powerful combination to help organizations empower their staff with effective tools for managing stress and sustaining motivation. Like the 3 Do’s “Do one thing for yourself. Do one thing for your home. Do one thing for others.

Between our jobs, home, relationships with family, friends and co-workers learning how to balance our new lives demands a strong sense of Personal Development and most importantly a Sense of Humour.

People, who participate in Kate’s online “Balancing Life with Humour” keynote, leave with an understanding of practical techniques for refueling, rediscovering and reengaging their true selves and finding a balance. Learning to use humour as an instrument of communication creates an atmosphere of compassion, caring and productivity.


We want the fasted most stable connection possible in all areas of our lives…

In this ever-changing and challenging environment connecting with our clients, co-workers, family and friends is even more important than ever especially while it’s remotely. In “Connectivity,” Kate Davis shows the audience how to establish, cultivate, and keep connections that lead to productivity and success both in business and our personal lives. Whether it’s a CEO connecting with their staff, a client connecting with their customer, or co-workers collaborating with co-workers, good communication and rapport within an organization is the source of flow that leads to creativity, quick resolutions, and a deeper understanding among staff of the overall business purpose. Staying connected with colleagues keeps things on track but staying connected with ourselves is one of the most important elements we can bring to an organization and it’s success.


A journey about adaptation and resilience...

Kate’s online keynote “Out of My Mind…Back In Five” explores techniques of managing our mental health and gives practical ways of staying healthy and positive even through the toughest times. This is a moment in history when many people feel isolated or trapped, free from their commute or held prisoner by their digital devices, grateful for the solitude or missing the social aspect of the workplace; everyone is different it’s how we adapt that helps us build resilience. Kate’s inspiring, humorous and sometimes touching stories take us on her journey from depression to expression. How she found comedy and how it helped her discover self worth, confidence and to fight the negativity in her own mind that was keeping her from living the life she deserved.

From practical methods like learning one-minute stress strategies that you can do anywhere or breaking up the monotony with Rejuvenation 101 all these techniques can ultimately boost our mood, add to our overall enjoyment of life but more importantly they allow us to take charge of our own mental health including: How we think about ourselves, being grateful, being in the present, sleep, diet, exercise to name a few. Audiences leave this online keynote with the feeling that knowledge is power and that we all play a role in our mental health.