Using CoachingOurselves as a Management Development Tool in an Experiential MBA Course: A Case Study in Applying Reflection as a Learning Strategy for Enhancing Engagement
Dr. Michael J.D. Sutton, Carlee McFarland, Nickolas Sanchez, Jenna Vuyovich

This paper describes a case study of experiential learning and the application of learner generated reflection journals, (learning journals). The context of this case was an MBA course called Corporate Coaching Conversations offered at Westminster College’s Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business in Salt Lake City, UT. The purpose of this exploratory and explanatory case was to report on the observations of the application of experiential-based CoachingOurselves topics in a traditional MBA classroom environment. Consequently, the paper describes an approach for the use of experiential techniques to improve classroom engagement and generate reflective learning.

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