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Dr Karla H. Benske

Dr Karla H Benske

International Coaching Federation (ICF)
Fellow Higher Education Academy

Certificate in Professional Coaching Practice
Certificate in Team Coaching Practice
PGCert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
PhD in Scottish Literature

Karla is a corporate trainer and coach with 15 years experience during which time she specialised in Widening Participation, Recognition of Prior Learning, Unconscious Bias and Equality & Diversity.  She holds certificates in Professional Coaching Practice, in Professional Team Coaching Practice and in Professional Executive Coaching Practice. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation and as such adheres to their Code of Ethics.
Originally from Germany, Karla came to Scotland to study for her PhD in Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow, which she successfully completed in 2008. She also holds an MA from the University of Tübingen.  As part of her work in academic development, she completed a PGCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Before she went to university, Karla completed an apprenticeship in Business Administration for the Print Industry in Germany and worked for a regional Newspaper.

In Equilibrium courses with Karla

What people say about In Equilibrium courses

Comment on Equality and Diversity Training

“Try to take everyone’s comments with more consideration; be careful with the way things are addressed.”

“I will reflect on the subject as a whole and be much more sensitive and thoughtful to the issues raised.”

Delegate Comments: Equality and Diversity Training

“I now have a better understanding of the term ‘diversity’ and how to cater for individual needs.”
“Very in-depth course that was made interesting and engaging.”
“I feel more confident that I would deal with a situation effectively and efficiently.”

Unconscious Bias training delegate comment

“Extremely thought provoking and also ideas to take away especially in terms of measuring progress.”