Dr. Davis had the honor of being a featured writer for The Source Magazine, the official magazine for the Florida Society of Association Executives. Click the article to read and stayed tuned for Part 2!
How long has it been since your organization updated its sexual harassment policy? When was the last time your leaders and employees attended a harassment course? How inclusive, respectful, and welcoming is your workplace culture? Every organizational leader has a responsibility to create a culture that values diversity, demonstrates respect, and is free from
Read the Interview Below… Dr. Shirley Davis is an experienced and accomplished corporate executive, global workforce management expert, and leadership consultant. She has presented on a variety of human resource, workforce development, and diversity and inclusion topics in more than a dozen countries. The company she founded, SDS Global Enterprises, Inc., specializes in HR strategy,
On May 17 -18, 2017 Dr. Davis facilitated a phenomenal four-session seminar for the American Payroll Association’s Annual Conference “Women in Leadership Series” held in Orlando. FL. This powerful, high-energy, interactive, series featured not only Dr. Davis as the HR expert, but payroll and human resource executives, Alison Sellar and Stephanie Salavejus for an international
All my life, being a woman and being a person of color, I’ve also had to deal with stereotypes, biases, and prejudices, or prejudgments. That’s what prejudice is—it’s pre-judging someone before you know them based on their skin color, gender, age, race or ethnicity, or any other characteristic of their outward appearance. And those prejudgments
THERE COULDN’T BE A MORE APPROPRIATE TIME to consider reinventing yourself than right now. Think about the times in which we live. We’re living in what economist and business leaders refer to as an Era of Disruption and if you are not a disruptor, you are being disrupted. It’s in these times of unprecedented challenges,
Are you the master of your own reinvention? I believe we have all asked ourselves this question after experiencing some of the greatest shifts and disruptions in our marketplace, workforce, workplace, and in our personal and professional lives. These disruptions not only affect our performance and productivity on the job, but they affect our relationships,
How do you earn a seat at the table if you’re not even in the office? Well many of us today have this misconception that visibility equals value. In other words, many think “if I’m in the office, I’m bringing value to the table by virtue of being present and available.” But this is old-school leadership