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Thriving in an Era of Unrelenting Change and Disruption

How Has Change Changed? Humans have always talked about the ever-increasing rate and speed of change. Yet in the past, disruptions were usually followed by periods of relative stability. In the 21st century, change is now perpetual, pervasive, and exponential. Changes are perpetual meaning they are occurring all the time in an ongoing way. Changes … Read more

Have You Ever Felt Left Out? Build a Culture of Belonging and Inclusion

I would venture to say that every human being, at least at one time in their life, has experienced the feeling of not belonging, of not being included, and/or of not feeling their voice is really being heard. Often this feeling arises from feeling excluded somehow either because of how you look, how you act, … Read more

Not Another Meeting? Sigh!

It is clear that many leaders in most organizations would report they participate in or lead too many meetings that don’t accomplish the intended or desired results. In today’s mostly virtual meeting rooms, Zoom fatigue is a result of more than just staring at a screen. Ask almost anyone in any organization and you will … Read more

Reskilling for 2021: Cultivating Agility, Restoring Resilience, and Building Trust

“Life is like a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”  Albert Einstein February 2021 As a leadership and team development expert, I follow many publications and podcasts for information about trends. My team and I are always on the lookout for ways to anticipate the needs of our clients in order to … Read more

The Latest Stories from GWBC Radio

Laura A. Davis & Associates, Inc. is certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC),  the most relied upon certification of women-owned businesses. Click here for Laura’s latest interview on GWBC Radio where she highlights the importance of working on your strengths to be an effective leader and team worker, and working toward an … Read more

New Podcast Episode on Emotional Intelligence & Leadership and Team Agility: HOW AGILE ARE YOU?

It’s clear that the CoVid 19 challenge the world is still facing has required new levels of leadership and teaming skills. People and organizations have been called to step up their game in order to lead through this crisis and beyond. Listen to Dean interview Laura on the importance of emotional intelligence, agility, and intuition … Read more

Master Effective Communication and Collaboration by Becoming a Certified DiSC Facilitator

 If these past six months have taught us anything, it is the need for effective communication skills especially in a virtual/remote team environment. Many companies found that people could be productive while working from home, but the challenges of maintaining connection and building trust are becoming more apparent over time. Some of the challenges we … Read more

Our New Capabilities to Help You Navigate the New World of Work

It goes without saying that the world has changed dramatically for all of us in these last 5 to 6 months.  Many of the well-laid plans we had in place for 2020 were disrupted if not downright demolished. We have all had to become more resilient, more agile and flexible, and certainly more digital than … Read more

Celebrating Success! A WPDN Panel Discussion | Wednesday July 29 | 11:00 am

Success is meant to be shared and celebrated. Small successes that lead to bigger successes are something that most women entrepreneurs hope and plan for. This month we are bringing together three, talented long-time WPDN Members, to dive deep into a frank and juicy conversation about “success”. We will explore the different faces and phases … Read more

Change Starts from the Top: Improving Employee Engagement in Uncertain Times

Coronavirus changed how we work and do business in ways we don’t even know yet. But for all the change going on, one thing hasn’t changed—the need for engaged employees. If anything, organizations require engaged employees now more than ever. Before the virus, employee disengagement levels among American workers reached as high as 70 percent—costing … Read more