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Yvonne Davis

Yvonne Davis

Yvonne enjoys spending time with her family; as well as photography. She has a true passion for human resources and helping those in need. She is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of a nonprofit center in Sapulpa, OK and volunteers for others when time permits.

Recent Posts by Yvonne Davis:

Inclusion Starts with I

 

Inclusion is often referred to as the secret sauce of organizations. It is the one true element that can truly move an organization’s diversity and inclusion forward. Although often intertwined, diversity and inclusion are not the same thing.

#AllyChallenge - I Dare You To Change

So for the next five minutes, I ask that you open your hearts and your minds to a possibility of a new and better you and if you're like me, you're probably thinking “Oh I got this. I'm pretty good, right?” Or more so as it relates to moving beyond and disrupting risk, racism, and sexism in the workplace, then we may have a little work to do.

Topics: Diversity and Inclusion

Back to the basics - Respect and Inclusion in the Workplace

Our topic for today is Back to the Basics - Respect and Inclusion in the Workplace. As you know, our workforces are becoming more multi-generational and multicultural now more than ever. It's important that we have the tools that we need on the job to succeed in ensuring that we have an inclusive culture and that everyone feels truly accepted and respected in the workplace.

Topics: Diversity and Inclusion

Moving Beyond Our Unconscious Biases

 

Studies show that on average, Americans take in about 34 gigabytes of data each day.  Amazing right! That’s about 11.8 hours of information daily.

Now consider how much of that information received is biased to begin with.

Topics: Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace: What if I Say the Wrong Thing?

In order to move diversity and inclusion in the workplace forward we must be willing to experience some level of discomfort, get a little uncomfortable; as we like to say, one must get comfortable with being uncomfortable during this journey.

Topics: Diversity and Inclusion