Wednesday, January 12, 2022
A Well Done Professional Midlife Crisis
Presented By: Sharon Hulce
Partnered Event with the American Marketing Association (Green Bay Chapter)
11:00am – 1:15pm
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Life is too short to not have passion for your career. We all deserve fulfillment and happiness at work – not boredom or days filled with nothing but problems and challenges. Calling upon Sharon Hulce’s 25 years of executive search experience, A Well Done Professional Midlife Crisis explores how people often find themselves in careers that align with their professional skills, but little else. They are successful but have become bored, stuck in meetings, seeking something greater. Not to mention, when they reach the age of 50, they think their life is in essence, half over. Through interactive step-by-step exercises that encourage self-reflection and self-knowledge, A Well Done Professional Midlife Crisis encourages people to prioritize culture and values alignment when building a satisfying professional career.
Sharon will have her book available for purchase at the meeting!
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
- Identifying the natural gifts and passions you have that are transferable skills and how to utilize them as your value proposition with new and current employers.
- Determining if staying put and finding a way to bleed passion into your career makes sense OR if looking for something new is the best course of action.
- Starting with defining your legacy and working your career backward.
Sharon Hulce is President/CEO of Employment Resource Group, Inc. (ERG) based in Appleton, Wisconsin and a 25-year veteran of the Executive Search industry. Sharon is known in her industry as an innovation leader who works tirelessly on finding the right talent for her clients, while also focusing on the empowerment and retention of that talent. Sharon understands the emotional intelligence, competencies, knowledge and social interaction necessary to integrate new hires into a corporate culture for success. Sharon has been a Top Ten Owner of the Decade, having personal billings over $20 million and was recently honored for her innovation as Management Recruiter International (MRI) Person of the Year.
Sharon is very passionate about her community. She was a 2019 recipient of the Walter L. Rugland Community Service Award, which recognizes an individual who over many years has positively impacted the quality of life in Northeast Wisconsin through their leadership. ERG’s gift to the community is its transformation of the non-profit community, having conducted over 80 leadership searches pro-bono, valued at over $5 million in donated search fees.
Sharon has served on numerous boards including: Fox Valley Technical College, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce, Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, Theda Clark Medical Foundation, YMCA of the Fox Valley and United Way Fox Cities. She has also been involved in many national boards throughout the staffing industry and is an Executive Board Member of The Pinnacle Society, a consortium of the top 80 recruiters in the country. Sharon is a sought-after speaker, sharing her thought leadership at countless corporate presentations, national conferences and even a TEDx talk. She has received many awards for her work and recently became a Forbes published author of her first book, A Well Done Professional Midlife Crisis available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble or SharonHulce.com.
11:00am – 11:30am Registration and Networking
11:30am – 12:00pm Lunch Buffet
12:00pm – 12:15pm SHRM Business/AMA Business & Sponsor Highlights
12:15pm – 1:15pm Sharon Hulce: A Well Done Professional Midlife Crisis
Reservation Deadline for this meeting is
Friday, January 7th at 5:00 PM
$25 – GB SHRM Member*
$35 – Guest of GB SHRM Member*
$15 – SHRM Student Chapter Member
*NOTE: If you register for this meeting and are unable to attend, you must cancel by the Friday prior to the meeting to receive a refund. Any requests for cancellation after that date will still be charged the meeting fee.