Revision with unchanged content. Learning and change are necessary to stay competitive in today’s business environment. Research shows that reflection is connected to individual learning and change but little is known about how reflection is experienced and what the benefits of reflection are in the business environment. Increasing numbers of women have entered high level management positions and own their own businesses. This book describes the reflective experiences of women based on a phenomenological research study. The findings of this study help answer the questions:- What is the definition of reflection? What is the process of reflection?- What are the benefits to reflective thinking? How is reflective thinking used in the workplace? This study reveals that reflection is more than a cognitive state; it involves the emotional state in a significant way. The overall finding of this study is that reflection improves the personal and professional lives of women business professionals This book reveals the benefits of reflection and will help practitioners in business, human resources, adult education, executive coaching and counseling, as well as individuals looking to improve their personal and professonal lives.