Pathway of the Quarter: Developing Your Coaching Skills

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    RE: Thank You!

    Hello, all! I am so sad to have missed the roundtable discussion last week; fires suddenly erupted all around me and I was unavoidably detained. However, I enjoyed all of the materials presented and the commentary provided here. I am looking forward ...

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    Thank You!

    I have to commend you all for your time and dedication to your development, and the development of others! Our roundtable session was very engaging and we learned a lot from each other. I appreciate everyone's feedback and participation. For those ...

  • Hey all! We made it to the end, I have really enjoyed all the reading and the different discussion posts. Unfortunately, I did not have any opportunity for coaching moments with my peers this week. But I did review the list of questions. Here are ...

  • Yeah shared learning is awesome! I do have biweekly 1x1s with my manager, but it usually pretty focused on project updates and upcoming focuses. Once a month it focuses on goal work. I have not thought about initiating and asking for the feedback ...

  • I meet with my team as a group 3 times a week. One of these sessions is a training session. The other 2 sessions I use for departmental/organizational updates and KUDOS. I've realized during these difficult times (Lending specific) that words of encouragement ...

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  • Community Roundtable

    Connect with your peers at this virtual roundtable event where we will discuss the CUES Learning Portal Pathway of the Quarter: Developing Your Coaching Skills. During this session, you'll have the opportunity to interact and network with others, engage in discussions, and ask questions in both small and large group virtual settings.

    Thursday, November 9, 2023
    12:00 p.m. Central Time
    Facilitated by CUES