ONLINE: Reflection in times of Corona | Henley Coaching and Reflection Community
These times force us to (re)think about our values. No matter which challenge each of us faces, values are central and many of our challenging questions are similar. The answer to your challenge can most likely be found in yourself. To become aware of your answer, we invite you to our guided reflection sessions.
Feel inside yourself which topic is currently occupying you the most.
I’m looking forward to guide you through eight questions in 15 minutes. You are invited to write your answers down. Afterwards, you share what you want to share with two other participants, and you are invited to listen carefully to what they would like to share with you. At the end of our session, the whole group will work together non-judgemental and non-prescriptive to make visible what this coaching and reflection session has brought to all of us. Perhaps you will learn something for yourself from the other participants.
My name is Ragna Kirberg and I’m available for your questions: email@example.com
Please find the dates, alternately in German and English, below:
Thursday 09.07.2020 18:00 in German
Wednesday 15.07.2020 16:00 in English
Wednesday 22.07.2020 17:00 in German
Thursday 30.07.2020 18:00 in English
Please choose all dates you want to participate at in the form below so we can prepare ourselves accordingly.
- Ragna KirbergDirector of Coaching & Reflective Development
Ragna Kirberg is working as a Coach and invites people to discover that solutions to challenging questions are available within themselves and can be brought up by taking time to reflect. The clarity gained supports the actions that are taken. Usually, the results are sustainable, and people become happier. “Having worked many years with groups and single persons with structured reflection processes, I discovered the tremendous influence reflection has on decision making. The background is delivered by Nobel Prize laureate Daniel Kahneman (Thinking, fast & slow) as well as from the winner of the National Medal of Science, Albert Bandura (Self-Efficacy).” For six years she works at Henley Business School, Germany. She is responsible for the Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching, also teaching the programme and due to her background as the Investor Relations responsible person at Allianz 20 years ago, she is convinced that companies could increase of the company value by + 25% within three to five years by implementing coaching as well as a reflection into their daily business life. Ragna Kirberg holds a degree from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland and further educations in coaching and systemic work. Over fifteen years she has worked successfully in management and leadership positions.