ShiftForward Now!: A Strategy That Makes Inclusion Second Nature
Having a diverse staff is not enough to construct a premiere culture, it never has been and never will be! If you have ever wondered why your inclusion efforts weren't successful or what was missing and overlooked, here's where to find it.
Throughout this book you will be challenged to shift your lens and get comfortable with your mind being the impetus of all your actions. The author takes the brain and helps you to understand how it is the catalyst to how you approach inclusion. She takes you through a series of her lived experiences to encourage you to see Diverse Representation as an essential characteristic but then shift forward to Inclusion, where it becomes instinctive to everything you do.
When we engage in the hard discussions you will Shift your mind, change your conversation and take a different approach. Inclusion will grow to be instinctual, a must-do action, and second nature to your lives. ShiftForward Now! and realize greatness along the way.
About the Author
Cherrie Davis knows human dynamics. She brings fresh perspective to her two areas of focus: the individual and the process. She is a visionary leader with over three decades of experience in human resources, is a recognized coach, facilitator, and change management leader.
She culminated her military career at the Pentagon, by leading the Army Chief of Staff’s transitional strategy in three pivotal roles: Chief of Operations for Transition Strategic Outreach, Deputy Director for Transition Strategic Outreach and as the Employment Director for the Soldier for Life Program.
After her military service, Cherrie served as the Human Resources Director for Our Lady of the Lake, Quality Trainer and Organizational Developer for GE Financial Services (Six Sigma Team), Marketing and Sales for GE Lighting. Her corporate culmination came as an executive for GE Capital, as the Senior Integration Leader. She is the President at ShiftForward Consulting, based in Atlanta, GA.
Cherrie received her B.A. in Communications from Black Hills State University, Spearfish, SD. She earned a Master’s in Human Resources with an emphasis in International Management, from Webster University, St. Louis, MO. She holds professional certifications for Senior Professional Human Resources, Executive & Organizational Coaching and Quality Management.
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