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Author: Kristin Heck Sajadi

Why Shyft? Why Now?

How would it feel to do something great? How would it feel to reach outside the confines of the status quo to have a positive impact? How would it feel to stay ahead of the curve and to set the standard for your organization?   As leaders, we possess

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Bias and Barriers

Gendered Speech, Expectations, and Performance Reviews. One of the foundational characteristics of organizations is communication. The way an organization communicates tells us a lot about its culture, its character, and the relationships within it. Organizational communication styles are influenced and created by the people within

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Travel is More than a Trip

In today’s burnout culture, 1 out 4 professionals never or almost never take all their vacation days. 1 in 3 feels uncomfortable requesting vacation time. 77% of professional employees say that they experience burnout and over 40% of workers have left jobs because of it

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The Real Cost of Burnout

To Shyft beyond Burnout, we must address the culture and the mindset that creates it. As high-achieving leaders, we set the tone for our organizations and influence our company cultures. We have high expectations for ourselves and for members of our staff. We work hard

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Finding and Fostering Meaning at Work

Why Do We Work? It is a simple question, yet filled with complex implications. Different people work for profoundly different reasons. For some, working is a means to an end, providing financial resources to enable what they love outside of work. For others, it gives them an opportunity to

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