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How to craft a rich reflection chapter.

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In the #HenleyMBA series , we’ve covered how to write up your introduction , analysis and recommendations chapters/sections, so now it’s time to look at the often under-considered reflection section. In this post, I’ll discuss 5 essential components of a reflection chapter, and provide some general pointers to keep in mind while you’re writing up this final section.

Note that this post discusses the reflection chapter in assignments (for example, MPS, MP, etc), and not Personal Development (PD) assignments themselves, or the MRC reflection – although there’s naturally a lot of overlap.

Let’s start with a good ol’ definition.

In true academic style, let’s kick things off by looking at the definition (or at least the Henley-preferred definition) of reflection:

“Reflection is a process, both individual and collaborative, involving experience and uncertainty. It is comprised of identifying questions and key elements of a matter that has emerged as significant, then taking one’s thoughts into dialogue with oneself and with others. One evaluates insights gained from that process with reference to:

  • additional perspectives,
  • one’s own values, experiences and beliefs, and
  • the larger context, within which the questions are raised.

Through reflection, one reaches newfound clarity, on which one bases changes in action or disposition. New questions naturally arise, and the process spirals onwards.”

(Jay & Johnson, 2002)

But what on earth does that mean, right? I’ll (attempt to) bring this definition down to earth by discussing 5 components that should make an appearance in your reflection chapter.

The 5 reflections in a Henley MBA

Reflection #1 – Module-related learnings.

The first matter to reflect on is your module-specific learnings. In other words, your learnings in relation to the specific module content (MPS/Strategy/R&R, etc). Consider (and answer) the following questions:

  • What were your key learnings, your ah-ha moments?
  • What new perspectives did you gain?
  • How has this impacted your beliefs and perhaps even values?

This might look something like the following:

“On reflection, I think my biggest ah-ha moment was how X impacts Y. I had always thought that X had no impact on Y, but now I can see… This got me thinking about my beliefs in relation to Y, specifically… Why did I think this? Perhaps because…”

Reflection #2 – Module interlinkages.

The next matter to ponder on is the connectedness of what you learnt in the module with other modules, and what this means for you. Consider the following questions:

  • What linkages to other modules did you observe?
  • How has your thinking broadened to be able to see the “big picture” more clearly?

Reflection #3 – Disagreements and lingering questions.

This is where it gets interesting, especially if you’re the kind of person who likes to play devil’s advocate. Reflect on the following points:

  • Was there any theory, model or framework that you simply didn’t agree with?
  • If so, why? Justify your position with a sound argument , but be humble. You’re not quite qualified to critique established theory (yet!)
  • What questions still linger in your mind following the completion of the module?

Reflection #4 – Real world impact.

What’s the MBA for if it’s not making a difference in the real world of business? Reflect on the following questions:

  • What have you changed in your management practice or in your organisation as a whole as a result of the module/assignment?
  • Are there any noticeable results yet? If so, what are they?
  • Do you plan to make any further changes in the future?

In other words, what impact has the module had in the real world? A reflection in this vein might look something like the following:

“In line with X theory/model/framework, I have changed the way I/the business does Y, and this has resulted in Z.”

Reflection #5 – Learnings about yourself.

Time to look inward even further. Consider how your ability to learn, grow and think has developed throughout the module. Some questions to consider:

  • What have you learnt about your own learning style (how you learn) through the module and assignment?
  • Are there some things that you find easier to grasp than other things?
  • Are there more effective ways to navigate and optimise your learning process?

For this reflection, it might be helpful to look at Felder and Soloman’s “Index of Learning Styles” to frame your thinking on this.

To recap then, you should aim to reflect on the following 5 areas when drawing up your reflection chapter/section:

  • Module-related learnings.
  • Module interlinkages.
  • Disagreements and lingering questions.
  • Real-world impact.
  • Learnings about yourself.

Naturally, you won’t always have something to say about every point, but if you incorporate as many of these as possible, you should have a fairly hearty reflection.

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Overarching points.

Before wrapping up, there are 3 additional, more generic and overarching points worth mentioning regarding the reflection chapter.

#1 – Forget about certainty.

When you’re writing up your reflection chapter, don’t feel the need to present a rock-solid, perfectly logical and cohesive argument. Reflection is about engaging in internal dialogue – messy, muddy dialogue , much of which will produce more questions than answers. Often, personal development involves realising that things are not as cut and dry as they seem – that the world is incredibly complex, and that there is seldom one right answer . Embrace this. Don’t mistake the “newfound clarity” in the Jay & Johnson definition for newfound certainty and simplicity…

#2 – Incorporate models and extracts.

From a more practical, presentation perspective, consider using PD models such as the Henley star to visually represent your growth. Think back to the goals you set in your PD assignments. Has the current module contributed towards the achievement of any of these? If so, how?

Linked to this, it is always a good practice to include extracts from your learning journal to enrich the claims you make about your realisations, learnings, etc. Including extracts in the personal reflection chapter is much like including interview quotes in your analysis chapter. Don’t be shy!

#3 – Read the fine print.

Always read the assignment brief very carefully when it comes to the reflection section. In particular, are they asking for a personal reflection, or are they asking for a critical reflection on the impact of your recommendations?

The former is asking for everything we’ve discussed in this post. The latter is asking you to critically consider what the expected outcomes (benefits) of your recommendations are – for example, increased sales, decreased costs, etc. As you can see, these are very different! It may sound obvious, but a lot of students make this small but costly mistake. Don’t be one of them.

At a more nuanced level, take the time to read the brief’s requirements for the reflection section, as well as the assessment criteria (this is found right at the end of the brief). The exact requirements vary from assignment to assignment, and some may require more focus on 2 or 3 of the 5 reflections discussed earlier. Again, this is pretty obvious advice, but all too often students skim over this section as “its just PD”. Don’t throw away these relatively easy marks.

In summary.

In this post, I’ve discussed how to approach the reflection chapter/section of your Henley MBA assignments. To recap:

  • Incorporate as many of the 5 reflection components as possible to provide a comprehensive reflection.
  • Forget about certainty – embrace the muddy waters!
  • Include PD models to visually demonstrate your development.
  • Weave in extracts from your learning journal to enrich your reflective discussion.
  • Carefully review the reflection requirements for each assignment – don’t reflect on the wrong thing!

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Nicely advised… Definitley like the fine print reading….

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Thanks, Rishen. Good luck with your Henley MBA 🙂

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Getting to know yourself. The power of the Henley Personal Development

Looking back at the beginning of the journey when I started the MBA in September 2013, it seems like yesterday, yet I have experienced and learned so much.

The MBA has honestly changed my life and the way I see my self

I have never reflected upon my own behaviour and the way others see my self. In fact I have never reflected that much about my career and the different things that has happened since I started my first real job in 2005.

This reflection and my Personal Development is the outcome of taking a course of the Henley MBA extremely serious – The Personal Development Programme.

The Henley Personal Development Program

As mentioned in my previous blog about academic writing, the first assignment at the MBA is PD1 – the foundation of the Personal Development Programme. This assignment has to be passed in order to proceed and it needs to contain some serious reflection of where you are in your life and what your strengths and weakness are as well as your priorities.

Later in your PD2 (the second assignment) you have to describe how you have managed to work with and further develop your weakness and strengths.

First I found it strange working with my Personal development this way. I just wanted to learn more about leadership and what I was supposed to do to become a better leader.

The more I worked with technical leadership as well as strategy areas I learned that leadership is so much about learning to get to know yourself better

I also found that this is not very easy either.

Reviewing my first Personal Development assignment done after the first work shop at Henley in September 2013 I stated that I was also over-optimistic and I also, at that time, might loss interest in things once initial enthusiasm has passed. I needed to work on these weaknesses.

The connection between Personal development and leadership

I have seen that a lot of people are just doing today what they did yesterday and they are not reflecting about their own leadership behaviour and the outcome of their actions as well as how they are seen by other.

Today (primarily in the western part of world) leadership is about getting “followers” and very much about getting people around you to understand what you mean and what you want.

E-mail management with instructions is “so much last year” and something that no employees find appealing and like to obey. Sending out a mass e-mail and hoping that the receivers finds it interesting and will do what is written is like going to the casino with your savings and hoping to get a positive return.

Learning more about how you appear to others and how others see you as a leader is the foundation of leadership development and links to personal development as the first step of getting to know your self

The first step in learning how you should communicate to get followers and getting people to do what you want them to. Without feeling tempted to using the weakness of e-mail management.

Personal development is not only about creating emotional resilience and learning to push your self mentally – it is about learning to become a better leader.

Tests and development

At Henley the Personal Development starts with an assignment setting the foundation. Then later in the process personalities test with focus on a specific leadership style. That was somehow very specific and something that most of the students liked.

Each of the students got a concrete result that was meant for them to compare with their development areas from the PD1 meaning that we were given tools for us to work it.

The outcome for me

Now I think that I have acquired a lot more confidence in myself and my personal capabilities that have made me believe in that I have the skills to meet the deadlines of the things that I have to accomplish.

This has definitely made me calmer and less impatient that has then made me allow myself time to go more into depth with things and I do not feel that I tend to loose interest in things to the same extend anymore.

Summary and recommendations

First of all start the Personal Development program at Henley with an open mindset – it is very important that you take the tests and the program itself very serious.

The ability to stop and reflect has made me see the various organizational challenges from above and this has made me react less aggressive towards things that I do not understand or do not have to change. This was also one of my personal development goals from the first Personal Development Assignment.

You should also learn to stop and reflect and start getting to know your self better. Take the time to do it and prioritize it

It might be that you think that you have not got time for reflection and that it is something done by hippies sitting around a fire and singing with a guitar. They might do and that is fine, but I am reflecting at least 2 hours each week and I do it when I am running or biking alone.

Not all training (or whatever you do privately that takes time) needs to be structured and could easily be suitable for reflection. It could also be moving the lawn or washing or your car.

Going forward I will definitely keep reflecting upon my own development, my career and especially my behavior. I will do this because it will simply make me a better leader and help me achieving my goals.

I hope you find personal development interesting and hopefully now feel a little bit more ready to start reflecting about your own development and leadership style. In my next blog I will describe how to prepare for an MBA exam and passing it the first time.

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12 Professional Development Tips for MBA Students: From Coursework to Workplace

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As an MBA student, you are high performing and self-directed, and you recognize the MBA degree  as an important component for career success. However, you may not be aware of certain developmental opportunities embedded within the process of earning your degree.

The following recommendations are from my experience in managing graduate programs and teaching MBA courses. Divided into four sections, they provide MBA students with a professional development pathway from program start to degree completion.

Early in the Program: Establishing Developmental Building Blocks

1. Initiate an MBA career portfolio. MBA students complete a wide variety or research-based projects during their academic program. Many of these projects have potential to become part of an MBA career portfolio. Examples include completing an organizational situational audit, conducting a market research study, and designing a leadership development plan.

Suggested Action : Identify two to three projects by course. At the end of the MBA degree you will have a portfolio of approximately 25 research-based, graduate-level projects that will not only “memorialize” your MBA experience but also document your academic performance.

2. Affirm, document, and advance your competencies. Your competency-based MBA coursework will most likely provide you with the opportunity to complete a competency-based skills gap analysis. This assessment tool will assist you in identifying your competency strengths and those that require additional development.

Suggested Action : Take time to affirm your strengths by keeping a competency log. As an MBA professor, I often hear students express surprise in recognizing their skills after completing a competency-based project. Make note of these skills in your log. They may be relevant to your current or future career.

3. Nurture your self-esteem. Research indicates that most individuals do not receive sufficient, ongoing positive feedback for their performance, especially at work. However, MBA classroom activities, projects, and self-assessments provide students with a wide variety of positive and constructive feedback. Use this positive feedback to nurture your self-esteem.

Suggested Action : Start a positive feedback journal or file where you record positive comments that you have received from professors, classmates, and colleagues. Review the journal or file monthly. Past MBA student feedback suggests that this really works in nurturing self-esteem. For a self-esteem bonus item, add, as appropriate, a line to your email signature: “MBA Candidate, University Name, Graduation date.”

Midway Through Program: Increasing Your Developmental Momentum

4. Keep the big picture in focus—completing the MBA. Avoid academic- and work-related activity traps. Peter Drucker once described an organization as a place where a lot is going on and nothing is taking place. Students may get caught up in outside activities and fail to keep the big picture in focus—completing the degree.

Suggested Action : One of the most popular MBA course concepts for achieving your end-goal is to use the SMART format to outline your plan of action (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely). This concept can be used not only to meet individual course requirements, such as designing a leadership development plan, but also to manage progress through the MBA program. Many of my former students have used the SMART goal methodology with excellent results, by employing short sentences in bullet format to provide specifics for each SMART goal element.

5. Generate a healthy self-interest and balance work, study, family, and life. There is absolutely no question that working professionals have the constant challenge of balancing work, graduate studies, career, and family obligations. This is the single plea for assistance that I hear repeatedly from my MBA students.

Suggested Action : Steven R. Covey and his coauthors suggest in First Things First that traditional time management concepts do not work. They say that rather than focusing on “time and things” emphasis should be placed on “relationships and results.” Recommendations include “How to turn your weeks into an upward spiral of learning and living” and “How to lead your life, not just manage your time.”

6. Embrace Social networking and initiate a website. MBA students are generational “digital natives.” They use social media to establish and build professional relationships. Here is a specific opportunity for self-promotion.

Suggested Action : Launch a website using “just your name.” This would simply include your first name, last name, and .com. Your employment in an organization and/or owner/operator of your own business may come and go. But, your “name only” website remains a “declaration of intent” and a constant place where people can find you. You can post information that transcends your job changes and shifts in business. Many politicians and leaders make use of this “name only” website approach.

Toward Graduation: Initiating Final Actions

7. Join professional organization(s). Many MBA students work in highly specialized fields. They are “knowledge workers” who are employed by “learning organizations.” Joining one or more professional organizations is a fluent extension of both their work and educational experiences. Take the time to join and participate in a professional organization in your field of work.

Suggested Action : Identify, if you have not done so already, one or more professional organizations that support your professional goals. In addition to an industry-specific organization, consider a general management or human resources organization. Start your participation by becoming active in a local chapter, and then move on to state and national. Volunteer for a committee. And, consider attending the organization’s regional or national conference.

8. Occasionally reinvent yourself. “Change” characterizes organizations and professions. Very few jobs or careers remain static, as organizations respond to the fiercely competitive global economy. Market-driven organizations respond to these demands by changing organizational structure and eliminating and adding positions. This is the “new reality” of the “new economy.”

Suggested action : MBA students should be formally and informally prepared to respond to this change by reinventing themselves and responding to new opportunities. Be open to developing an alternative career path that repositions and capitalizes on the competencies you have acquired. A “new you” will be well positioned to respond to new employment opportunities.

9.  Cultivate an internal and external peer network. At this point in your MBA program and career you have become aware of the importance of networking. Networking is not just a job search activity; it is an ongoing career management strategy that can benefit both the individual and organization.

Suggested Action : Initiate an informal network development plan in which you strengthen your peer network by cultivating a relationship with internal peers as well as with external peers. Perhaps you can meet for coffee or lunch to discuss mutual professional interests and concerns. Don’t be surprised by the productive outcome.

Degree Conferred: Achieving Gold Medallion Status

You have now completed your degree. But, learning never ends, and a variety of developmental opportunities still exist.

10. Pursue complementary professional certifications. You have now completed your degree. But, learning never ends, and a variety of developmental opportunities still exist.

Suggested Action : Consider the internationally recognized certifications and courses offered by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Association for Talent Development (ATD), and the Project Management Institute (PMI). As examples: SHRM offers certifications for the HR Professional and programs for Developing Organizational Change Skills. ATD offers programs that will help managers become an Expert Coach or a Learning Manager. And, PMI provides certificates in Project Management Profession and Portfolio Management Profession.

11. Write and publish. Writing and publishing is not only a good way to learn, but it can also advance your career. When successful consultants are asked how they develop prospects and clients, the answer most often is through speaking, publication, and referrals. And, as an MBA student you already have an advantage in that you have been immersed in preparing graduate-level research-based papers and projects.

Suggested Action : You have received faculty feedback regarding your writing strengths and areas that need improvement. Why not consider identifying a publication source for a paper you have written? Or, use the concepts you have studied to inspire a journal article. The process can begin by submitting a short article for an internal organizational newsletter or a professional association newsletter. A next step would be to develop and write an article for a journal or trade association. Perhaps you will emerge as a thought leader.

12. Help others and pay forward. More than likely, a number of individuals have helped you complete your degree. Faculty, colleagues, and family have been part of your support team.

Suggestion Action : As you complete your degree and advance your career, seek opportunities to mentor, coach, and help others dealing with challenges similar to your own. Consider identifying a colleague or family member whose you can now help advance. You have an opportunity to emerge as a mentor and coach and pass on to another individual the support you received that helped you become a MBA graduate.

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