Episode 46 of the Mavens Do It Better Podcast features Sharon Weaver, coach, speaker, consultant, trainer, and owner of Smarter Consulting. Sharon has a long history in technology and is a highly sought after speaker and consultant.
Sharon and Heather caught up virtually from Lenexa, Kansas and Marina del Rey, CA.
Listen in as Sharon and Heather talk about:
Sharon’s love of helping people solve problems with technology and her being a leader in her Kansas City SharePoint community leading many events and their user group. We talk about the many ways she is helping clients with Office 365 and and realizing their business goals through technology and how she runs her growing consulting business and also works with students as an adjunct instructor and private corporate clients.
Her fun new side business hosting people on their first vacation cruises, teaching first timers how to get the most out of a cruising vacation – with her first learning tour happening this Autumn. We talk about her history and love of cruising including her favorites with some tips and tricks on how to get the most out of it. Cruising is one of the ways Sharon works on wellness in her life and we discuss finding that balance with busy lives in the tech industry.
Being a psychology major and starting her career in pharmacy. Wanting to go to medical school and then heading into IT through other jobs and how she has become a business owner in technology sharing her thoughts about what’s currently happening in the industry.
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Sharon Weaver is a SharePoint and Process Improvement consultant. Sharon's background in Business Analysis and Project Management combined with her Developmental Psychology degree and Six Sigma Black Belt blend perfectly with her love of helping and training people to make her a well-rounded consultant.
Solving both process and technical problems, Sharon has the ability to understand her client's pain points and develop a plan to not only build solutions, but also drive adoption, educate, and manage team dynamics in a way not typically seen from technical consultants.
Sharon speaks professionally at global events and teaches subjects such as Office 365, SharePoint, Business Analysis, Leadership, and other continuing education courses publicly as an adjunct instructor and privately for corporations. When she's not working, Sharon is likely reading self-improvement books or on a cruise out of the country with no access to communication.