The Clever Coach: Green Sheet Tips

It’s time to make your plans! You’ve finished your Yellow Sheet and identified your accomplishments, disappointments, and what you want to be when you grow up.  Your Blue Sheet meeting went pretty well and your coach had some good feedback on your strengths, areas for improvement, and what they’d like to see in that Development … Continue Reading »

Making News Again!

HR Answers: Employee Review Questions by Stephanie Schwenn Sebring With 25 years of marketing and communications experience, Stephanie Schwenn Sebring established and managed the marketing departments for three CUs. As owner of Fab Prose & Professional Writing, her focus is on assisting CUs and industry suppliers with their communications needs. For the full, original article, … Continue Reading »

Coach Dan’s Corner – Tips for Helping Round Out the Green Sheet

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Coach Dan’s Corner –

Tips for Helping Round Out the Green Sheet

The Personal Development Plan – or the Green Sheet – is the last step of the Catalytic Coaching Process. In this episode, Dan addresses how to incorporate outside development tools into the Catalytic Coaching Process. Visit our YouTube Page here for more great coaching videos.

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Gary Markle and Energage in the News!

HR Answers: Revamping Reviews by Stephanie Schwenn Sebring With 25 years of marketing and communications experience, Stephanie Schwenn Sebring established and managed the marketing departments for three CUs. As owner of Fab Prose & Professional Writing, her focus is on assisting CUs and industry suppliers with their communications needs. For the full, original article, please visit: CUES.org Getting … Continue Reading »

Intellectual Inflation

Knowledge is fleeting.  Expertise is temporal.  If your know-how and skills are not continuously improving, you’re in a state of atrophy or decline.

Onward and Upward

Graduations should mean something.  So should promotions.   They don’t happen very often and they don’t occur accidentally.  They take effort, planning and perseverance.  As such, they should be savored and celebrated.  They should also be used to spark strategic reflection.

Your Most Valuable Possession

What would you consider your most valuable possession?  When I first asked myself this question, I went down the typical list of possibilities.  We have a beautiful home.  And I really like my car.  Many envy my home theater and I take great pride in my extensive music collection.  I don’t have much art or … Continue Reading »