- Facing Peer Malfeasance-Society of Phenomenology-2002
- Off Your Axis: Organizational Change-DSA conference, 2005
- Teaching Bloom Taxonomy in a Coaching Environment-SIOP-2004
- Davis, N. & Kurynta, K. (2005). Right Workplace Award White Paper.
- Davis, N. (2001). Organization development and knowledge management: a systemic merger OD Practitioner, 33 (1).
- Davis, N. (2001, Fall). Building muscle: developing leaders with follower weight. OD Journal.
- Davis, N. (2002, Spring) Dialogue with a Failing CEO. Training Today.
- Davis, N., Newton, N. & Moane, F. (2005) Individual Interventions in the Workplace (textbook, pending publication).
- Governance Board, The Fielding Graduate University-Student representative
- Greater South Loop Association-elected secretary
- Joliet Catholic Academy Board of Education-Board member and President
- Parish Pastoral Council, Old St. Mary's Church-Chairperson
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS)
- Organizational Development Institute (ODI)
- Organizational Development Network (ODN)
- Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychologists (SIOP)
Q: Please describe your teaching philosophy.
A: My philosophy of teaching is summarized in two words: learning and facilitating. I learn with the students and engage students to self-discover rather than provide answers through lecture. I never stop learning; that's why I love to teach.
Q: Please provide a statement or philosophy regarding the practice of psychology.
A: Psychology informs life.
Q: Why did you choose to enter the field of psychology?
A: Psychology is a dominant discipline in understanding and working with change; my life's work is about change.
Q: What advice would you give to a student entering The Chicago School?
A: Learn. Learn about yourself while learning about the field. Be a double-loop learner who recognizes an experience and reflects on how you can grow from it.