Our Experience and Clients
The partners, Fabian Dattner and Jim Grant have a broad range of experience and capability as senior leaders in executive, board and consulting positions. As such, they have extensive first-hand experience in developing leaders, managing change and evolving the capacity of people to meet the volatile demands of the modern working environment.
The core consulting team, similarly, have considerable practical experience in a wide range of environments. We believe it is critically important that our people are genuinely experienced organisational leaders so that their advice is measured, informed and practical. All senior consultants are leaders whom we have taught to facilitate, not the other way around. All of our staff have a significant array of qualifications and accreditations to support their approach to the work we do with our clients.
When we talk about purpose, values and strategic engagement, when we help design leadership competencies, when we advise on turnaround strategies, or leadership development, it is always based on what we know will work and we actively revise and continuously develop our knowledge base and capability.
We can work at all levels: from the shop floor to the boardroom; with the academic to the street-smart, and any combination in between.
Our support staff are dedicated, efficient and friendly, and take pride in providing exceptional client service.
We have worked extensively with individuals, leadership teams and communities of people within organisations (large and small, government, corporate, community and entrepreneurial) throughout Australia and globally. We have considerable hands-on experience in developing leadership teams, strategy and high levels of stakeholder engagement in complex environments and start-up ventures.
For a list of some of our more recent clients and the work we have completed with them, please download the Dattner Grant Client List.
Here is what some of our past and present clients had to say about the impact our work has had in their organisations: