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 […]
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We’ve heard that even in salaried positions, most professionals feel like they have to punch a time clock. You have to ask for time off to go to the doctor. If you want to take a long lunch to catch up with a college friend in town, you have to ask permission. I don’t know […]
If you like to advance your career quickly, the rest of the world can seem to almost stand still. It can be extremely frustrating to put your all into a job, only to find out you have to wait for an annual review in order to move forward. Do you feel stuck or underappreciated? You […]
Do you ever feel there’s something missing in your day-to-day work? Maybe you feel like you don’t exactly fit in, or perhaps there is something “off” about the company you currently work for. Maybe you are just simply looking for something bigger, better and more significant. You are not alone! According to an article in […]
We’ve all heard the benefits of work-life balance, but for most professionals, the work-life balance seesaw swings heavy toward the side of work. As an executive, I was the same way. Because of a deep-seated “not good enough” belief, I used work to prove I was indeed good enough. When I became an entrepreneur, it […]
2017: A Year of Possibilities A new year has arrived, and with that comes a time of reflection on the previous year. Many of us think back on the highs and lows, the best moments of the year, and what we would have done differently. Resolutions are frequently made to address the things we looked […]
I’ve now participated in over 12 elections, voting for some democrats, as well as several Republicans. Each election was more contentious than the one before, as politicians fought over the 2-5% of the population that isn’t firmly entrenched and divided. This saddens me. There has to be a better way. Maybe it’s not the politicians […]
To Share On Purpose Associates: Regardless of political preferences, it’s safe to say that all of us are worn out from the 2016 elections. In the aftermath of the final results, although a Republican won, our country did not win. That isn’t because of who was elected, but rather because of the political strife that […]