Dr. Sheldon Dyer is a mentor, business leader, and proud parent who was born and raised in the Caribbean. Being an avid learner, Sheldon obtained his bachelor’s degree in human resource management, master’s degree in finance, doctorate degree in business management, and currently holds other credentials and certifications. He is a strong advocate for young people’s professional development and mentorship, and supports his community in a variety of ways, in both for-profit and nonprofit environments.
Over several decades, Dr. Dyer has spent his career gaining valuable experience while taking on various key leadership roles in sales and account management, operations and general management, transportation logistics, health and safety, and industrial engineering. Through this exposure, he has led a successful career and has mentored many young professionals and entrepreneurs in various business segments who are now in leadership roles in their respective careers. His passion and desire have been to add value to the lives of everyone he engages with through encouraging creativity, passion, self-motivation, and a fearless approach to anything, knowing that the greatest hindrance to success is ourselves.
In addition to dedicating himself to his career, Sheldon enjoys playing soccer and table tennis, being a fan of world sports, traveling, and spending time with his family.

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    Effectively navigating your career can be a daunting task. Not only do you need to manage your own behavior and attitudes, but you need to be mindful of the attitudes and behaviors of those around you in order to acclimate in your work environment. Achieving success in the workplace is a skill that is practiced many times over. Given that you are constantly monitored by your boss, peers, and competition, your success will be determined by two things: your performance, and perception others have of you.

    In Business Etiquette 101, you will find valuable guidance while you absorb as much knowledge as you can in your current role and prepare for a crossroad in your career where you may take calculated risks with confidence.