We live in a fast paced world that’s ever changing, more stressful, and incredibly demanding. We’re more connected than ever through social media platforms, yet communication is arguably harder than ever. Why? Because “words mean things” and most of us are often still mediocre communicators at best. If we can’t communicate a clear vision with a clear purpose and use words that have a clear defined meaning, our results are always going to be less than desirable. “Words mean things” whether you’re a corporate CEO in the boardroom, a 4 star general on the battlefield, or a campaign chairman leading volunteers in the community.
LTC (RET) Rex A. Davis entered the United States Army as a Field Artillery officer in 1984. He served in a variety of command and staff positions at company, battalion, and brigade level throughout his 22 years of active duty military service. His final assignment was at Fort Knox, KY where he served as the Chief of the Organizational Design Division for the Army’s Future Combat System. He retired from active duty in 2006 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and then worked in the commercial construction industry as a project controls coordinator, financial analyst, and small business liaison officer for one of the largest federal contractors in the state of Alabama. Rex currently serves as an associate pastor for Church of the Highlands in Montgomery and oversees all aspects of leadership development for Small Groups and Pastoral Care.
LTC (RET) Davis is a graduate of the United States Army Ranger School, the United States Army Airborne School, and the 25th ID (L) Air Assault School. His highest military award is the Bronze Star Medal and he was the first recipient of the Ronald Reagan Leadership Award in 1983. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Arkansas State University, a Master of Arts in Humanities (Military History) from Louisiana State University, and a certificate in Ministry and Leadership from Highlands College in Birmingham, AL. LTC (RET) Davis is married to the former Lisa Marie Boyd of Columbus, Georgia and they have one daughter, Eva Belyeu Davis.
|Event Date||09-14-2017 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||09-14-2017 7:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||07-16-2017 2:00 am|
|Cut off date||09-14-2017 7:45 am|
|Fixed group price||$21.00|
|Location||RSA Plaza - Corner of Washington and Ripley|