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    The Power of Reflection. Humble Inquiry, Schein (2013)

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    In the final chapter of Humble Inquiry, Schein (2013) discusses the power of reflection, also referred to as metacognition. He recounts an example from his personal life when he was reminded to be more mindful.
    • Share an experience you have had with the concept of mindfulness, metacognition, and/or reflection.
    • What value did this experience provide for you?
    • Alternatively, share a question or a challenge you have with this concept so that we can discuss it as a class.

    References
    Schein, E. H. (2013). Humble inquiry: The gentle art of asking instead of telling. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.

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    In the final chapter of Humble Inquiry, Schein (2013) discusses the power of reflection, also referred to as metacognition. He recounts an example from his personal life when he was reminded to be more mindful.

    • Share an experience you have had with the concept of mindfulness, metacognition, and/or reflection.

    I have had many experiences with being forced to reflect upon situations in business wherein I could have conducted business differently, which would have resulted in potentially different circumstances. One experience that I will share for this summary involved being mindful of my employees' particular duties and job requirements that were set forth by my policies. I ran a resale business, and I often demanded high results from employees without being mindful of the ...

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    The Solution uses Humble Inquiry by Schein to examine the concept of reflection.

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