(From the syllabus) The Final Course Reflection asks you to think about your experience and learning over the course of the semester, both in the course content and the group consulting project. You will complete an essay reflecting on the topics and concepts discussed during the semester and connect them how you understand organizational development and consulting and its potential impact to an organization’s effectiveness, an organization’s capacity to adapt, and organizational leadership. This is your opportunity to reflect thoughtfully on what we discuss and experience in this learning community. Note, this essay is not meant to be a review of what we did in our learning community or a discussion of what you liked or didn’t like from class. Instead, it’s about reflecting on your learning, personal insights, and applications in the context of the course. Consider the entirety of the class or specific aspects, write 750-1000 words reflecting on your learning, awareness, and understanding. Connect back to *specific* concepts, skills, or experiences from this class.
Prompts that might frame your writing include:
What strengths do you think you’ve gained through this class?
Where do you see this applying?
What were your most interesting discoveries?
What did you realize about yourself?
Did this give you a new perspective, challenge your point of view, or introduce you to new techniques, skills, processes?
What do you plan to do differently in the future?
What concepts/practices are you skeptical about?
Skills topics we covered in class or through the class exercise blog include:
Communicating through Stories
Providing and Receiving Feedback
Seeing Multiple Perspectives
Dimensions of Success
In addition to the textbook and class exercises, here are some resources that might be relevant. Below this section is also the ODN Core Competencies review.
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