The holidays in 2020 are vastly different than in years past. We’re in the midst of a global pandemic leaving many of us with a level of stress that well exceeds what we normally experience this time of year. With all the additional overwhelm and anxiety, it may be difficult to focus on being thankful. […]
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The pandemic has had a significant impact on each of our lives. Some effects are temporary, but many of the ways we’ve had to adapt will become permanent changes. Several of the most prevalent changes are for employers and employees. These changes have encouraged or forced many professionals to begin a job search. A recent survey found […]
For a truly meaningful career, you need to answer a few questions. WHO do you want to work for? Which companies align with your values and will appreciate your contributions? WHAT do you want to do? What role and industry do you want to work in? WHY do you want to do it? How is […]
Our world has been rocked; our sense of security has been altered, and for some… we’re experiencing tremendous loss. Although this is my first experience with a global pandemic of this magnitude, it is the 4th major economic disruption I’ve endured as a serial entrepreneur. I also lived through a Category 5 Hurricane (Andrew-South Florida), […]
Each new year, most of us are filled with hope. Hope is why we celebrate right when the clock strikes midnight on a new year. It’s why we make resolutions. We’re ready to forget the hardships of the previous year and improve our lives. For many of us, 2020 was a milestone. Not just a […]
Most know mentoring is important to career success, yet there are few organizations that have built effective programs. This is largely due the time intensive nature required in one-to-one mentorship, but also because mentoring is not built INTO company culture. At Share, we expect all leaders to mentor not as an additional responsibility, but as […]