Miss Tampa & More Working Women on #WorkingWomenWednesday!

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Opening up the program today was Miss Tampa, Morgan Boykin. Morgan, a University of South Florida student, is moving on to compete for Miss Florida on June 28th in the Miss America Pageant. She was joined in studio by returning guest Debbie Lundberg, Speaker, Author and Creator of the Presenting Powerfully Brand. Debbie is also involved in the Miss America organization and is Morgan’s personal chaperone as she works through the activities of being Miss Tampa. One of the requirements of Miss America contestants is involvement in a platform and Morgan is actively involved with the agriculture industry through her platform “Agriculture Awareness” which focuses on educating today’s society on the importance of the agriculture industry and the impact it has on everyday life. In addition, she is currently the feature twirler for the University of South Florida’s Herd of Thunder Marching Band and has earned many state, regional, and national titles. She is also the 2015 College Miss Majorette of the Southeast. Morgan is a well accomplished professional women who will represent Tampa very well in the upcoming Miss Florida Pageant. She shares some great insight into the competition and into pageantry in general and we at #ThatBusinessShow wish her well in the next stage. Learn more about how to support Morgan at www.misstampa.org!

My next guest on the program was our newest Expert Contributor, Kristi Campbell, Owner of Home Instead Senior Care. Kristi has over 13 years of experience in all phases of Senior Care and her services range from in home care and independent living facilities to assisted living facilities and nursing living facilities. She has built an incredible brand and reputation and has a staff of over 100 working under her guidance. She and Home Instead Senior Care pride themselves on creating above board industry standards inside an industry plagued by sub-par and sometimes dangerous care by service providers. She spoke of some of the signs to watch for as an adult child on behalf of their loved ones to know when to consider Senior Care options and also noted she is often found counseling adult children on the options available to them for their loved ones. She touches on the warning signs of sub-par facilities for people who have loved ones in existing facilities and notes that many people and seniors do not know they have many options available to them for Senior Care. If you are in need of guidance for a loved one, contact Kristi today at 813-684-1972 or visit them online at www.homeinstead.com/482

Opening up the 8am hour was Jessica Rivelli for #WorkingWomenWednesday. Jessica, who founded the organization of over 800 professional working women members, spoke of the upcoming Working Women Conference being held September 8th and 9th at the Straz Center. With many powerful and influential speakers lined up plus the incredible networking opportunities available, this is a conference that the professional women does not want to miss. Pick up tickets today before they sell out at www.workingwomenconference.com

My next guest was Kari Saddler, Founder of Daily Leadership Coaching. Working as an internal coach at a large hospital, Kari found that when her clients had access to her DAILY, they were able to move towards their goals and improve their leadership more quickly. Based on that experience, Kari created Daily Leadership Coaching… because you cannot change anything by talking about it once a week. Clients of daily leadership coaching have small, daily interactions with their coach along with traditional weekly coaching sessions, teleseminars, and online classes.

Prior to founding Daily Leadership Coaching, Kari has many years of experience bringing passion and energy to audiences as a Professional Speaker and Coach. Kari has facilitated classroom sessions for audiences of all sizes covering topics ranging from The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People to Life and Leadership Potentials Training. Participants from Kari’s classes consistently state that Kari makes the learning environment comfortable, fun and fast-paced. Kari has designed and created classes including: ‘Ethical Decision Making’, ‘Accountability for Leaders’ and ‘Live Your Success Now.’ As a professional coach, Kari has worked with clients ranging from a local artist to the CEO of an international shipping company. Working with Kari, coaching clients define success for themselves and work to create balance, become more effective and manage their time. Learn more about Kari and her services at www.karisaddler.coachesconsole.com or give her a call at 813-215-4412!

Closing out the show was Dr. Shirley Davis, President and Founder of SDS Global, a strategic development solutions firm that specializes in Global Talent Management strategies. She is an accomplished corporate executive, a certified senior Global HR and Talent Management expert, a success coach, and a Master of Reinvention. She has over 25 years of business experience, has worked in 12 countries, and has worked at five Fortune 50 and 100 global companies in various senior and executive leadership roles. Most recently, for 8 years she was the Global head of Diversity & Inclusion and Workplace Strategies for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the world’s largest HR membership association. She has been featured and quoted on NBC’s The Today Show, NPR, CNN.com, in the Wall Street Journal, Essence Magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine, The Washington Post, HR Magazine, Diversity Woman Magazine and has been honored with numerous awards. She is the author of: “Reinvent Yourself: Strategies for Achieving Success in Every Area of Your Life.” This spring, she will be releasing her second book, “The Seat: How to Get Invited to the Table When You’re Over-Performing and Undervalued. In 2015, she was inducted into the National Speakers Association as a Certified Speaking Professional, a designation only held by 12% of speakers worldwide and by only 10 African American female speakers in the world.

She holds a Bachelor’s in Pre-Law; a Master’s in HR Management; and a Ph.D. in Business and Organization Management. She’s a former Miss District of Columbia, Mrs. Oklahoma, Ms. Virginia, and in 2000 won the national title of Ms. American United States. Learn more about her services at www.drshirleydavis.com or contact her today at 410-917-4421.

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