HUE NEWS | November 2021
In this issue of HUE News:

  • Seasons Greetings from HueLife Team
  • Feeling Overextended?
  • 2022 Registration & New Website
  • Welcome Jill List
  • Upcoming Courses

We look forward to seeing you in the virtual space and in-person!

-The HueLife Team
Happy Holidays
May good and faithful friends be yours, wherever you may roam. May your neighbors respect you, trouble neglect you, the angels protect you, and heaven accept you. Here's a toast to the future, a toast to the past, and a toast to our friends, far and near.
Tip from the Training Room
Feeling Overextended?
Our communication and relationships are most effective when we are not in our overextended state.

When you find yourself overwhelmed and stressed here are a few tips to help you reflect and gain your composure.

1- Ask yourself what lead me to being overextended
2- What are you telling yourself at this moment?
3- What is physically happening to your body?
4- How is this impacting the people around me?

  • Take three slow breaths
  • Think about what shift in your mindset can help bring you back to composure.
  • What or who can help you get there?
Registration Is Now Open On Our
New Website
Welcome Jill List
The Hue Life team would like to introduce you to Jill List!

Jill has completed the ToP Mastery program and is working towards her ToP facilitation certification. As the unit lead for the Office of Interest-based Problem Solving, and an internal consultant for Employee Learning and Organizational Development at Madison College, Jill brings expertise in strategic planning, issue analysis, and interest-based negotiation.

Jill also has extensive experience developing and delivering a wide array of professional development courses and trainings in vocational programming, facilitation and in using an interest-based approach. Jill is also Certified Lumina Practitioner.
Pro-Bono Action Planning
HueLife is offering a FREE half-day Action Planning Session for 7 nonprofit organizations, civic groups, community partners and/or informal groups who are seeking facilitation support to advance their mission through participatory and inclusive processes.

Different from strategic planning, the Action Planning Process is a foundational Technology of Participation (ToP) method which enables you to help a group rapidly pull together an effective plan, organize needed resources and mobilize individuals’ energy into action. A group will: 
  • Visualize a successful result 
  • Analyze their current reality 
  • Create a practical plan including a timeline of actions 
  • Maximize a group’s commitment and involvement

Help us spread the word to organizations you know or are a part of!
Upcoming Courses
HUE Conversations

February 2nd
Salt Lake City, Utah

February 22nd
St. Louis Park, MN
ToP® Facilitation Methods
March 9th & 10th
Madison, WI

ToP® Strategic Planning
March 1st & 2nd
Bloomington, MN

March 15th & 16th
Madison, WI
Virtual Community of Practice
First Monday Of The Month
Noon - 1PM CST
HueLife 2022 Tour Locations
Join Our Community of Change Agents

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ToP Facilitation Methods and ToP Strategic Planning are eligible for 14 CEHs from the following boards: BOSA, PMI, APA, AICP, CHES-MCHES, NAICS
CEUs are also offered from Normandale Community College for any ToP course offered at their university.
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