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Dream Big. Start Your Shyft.

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

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

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

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

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