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Now is the Time to Audit and Update Your Skills on LinkedIn!

by GSCA Member, Jean Juchnowicz, MBA, CBM, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, CPRW

Does December 2019 seem like a lifetime ago? I know it does to me. Back then I wrote an article about “Eleven Skills to Acquire and/or Feature on your Résumé” which was published on my LinkedIn profile.

Life continues, with its ups and […]

By |2020-11-02T20:23:57+00:00November 2nd, 2020|Career Coaching|0 Comments

How to Keep Your Online Meetings Safe From Virtual Intruders

by GSCA Member, Jackie Simmons

Keeping safe in a virtual world includes avoiding . . . “Virtual Pollution,” especially in our meetings!

For years we’ve been aware of the dangers of air pollution. And then, with the upsurge of headphone use, we became aware of the dangers of noise pollution. Now, we have the […]

By |2020-07-10T14:44:20+00:00April 8th, 2020|Running a Small Business|0 Comments

Right-sizing, in many dimensions of life

by GSCA Member, Cecily Sharp-Whitehill

The deed is done. Our beautiful home in Osprey had become, over the past few years, a house that someone else could embrace as home. We offered it for sale (for the third time in four years) only this past December. An offer was placed on our […]

By |2020-07-10T14:44:20+00:00March 3rd, 2020|Living a Full Life|0 Comments

Three Self-Questions Before You Speak

by GSCA Member, Cecily Sharp-Whitehill

What follows for your consideration are some (of many!) guidelines for coaches who support their clients not by leading but through dialogue and discovery. Coaches speak with care and caring.

Books related to World War II captivate me. My next favorite genres are mystery and detective stories. Canadian Louise […]

By |2020-07-10T14:44:20+00:00November 3rd, 2019|Coaching Techniques|0 Comments

“Taking Offense — or Not…

by GSCA Member, Cecily Sharp-Whitehill

If we are offended — by anything — it’s a signal to take a hard look at the intention of the “offender.” If the “offender” intended to offend, our taking offense makes sense — and the speaker might need to know why.

If the “offender” spoke from naïveté or unempathetic […]

By |2020-07-10T14:44:20+00:00October 7th, 2019|Coaching Techniques|0 Comments

Four Invitations to Progress

by GSCA Member, Cecily Sharp-Whitehill

“I’m sorry.” I did or said something not-so-good. Did confess. Didn’t defend. Stopped some ratcheting up of anger, accusation, tendrils of frustration… Relief all around.

“I need help.” Different from directly asking for it. How come? The other person gets to totally decide both the “if” and the […]

By |2020-07-10T14:44:20+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Coaching Techniques, Living a Full Life|0 Comments
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