Mt. Sierra College of Doctoral Studies releases white paper outlining strategy for lifelong female employability

Practitioner provides insight into career assessment for women during the pandemic

The Mt. Sierra College of Doctoral Studies announces the release of a white paper examining how women can reassess and develop lifelong employability strategies following workplace shifts during the pandemic.

Authored by John Davis, Ph.D., Associate Research Chair in the Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research at Mt. Sierra College, the white paper positions lifelong employability for women as an investment managed with care and determination and influenced by career attitudes and skills more valued by women. Employability concepts highlighted by the article include reinvention, resilience, reframing, and resolution.

“Empowering women in the workplace is about having control over life decisions, having a strategic roadmap with goals and objectives that chart the course of work,” says John Davis. “As women continue to navigate the changing landscape of employability, self-reflection will play an important role in perceptions of work, self-esteem and well-being.”

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Demi is a practitioner in the field of organizational psychology and currently serves as Dean of the School of Media Arts and Design, where she is a Human Capital Optimization Consultant and Strategic Advisor. Demi specializes in recruitment, selection and placement, training and development, performance measurement, work motivation and reward systems, quality of work life, work structure and human factors, and organizational development to include the design and execution of strategic planning.

Mt. Sierra College is located in Monrovia, Los Angeles, California. Founded in 1990, the school has been committed to educating students in design and media, art, business and technology for over 20 years. How to effectively apply the latest technologies has always been central to the school’s educational mission.Mt. Sierra College offers bachelor’s degrees in game arts, visual design, business administration, computer information technology, information security, and network communications. Students benefit from small class sizes and personalized instruction from dedicated faculty in a state-of-the-art learning environment. Sierra College is Microsoft’s long-term cooperative training base in the United States. In collaboration with the University of Southern California, he is the organizer of the global game jam 2015. Laurel Kilck, teacher in the department of media art and design, won two Emmy Awards. Our graduates work for Pepsi Cola, Disney, Apple, Warner Film and Television, Blizzard Entertainment Morgan Stanley Bank, and other well-known companies and institutions.

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