The unexpected world of business is a podcast series by Henley Business School that explores topics you wouldn’t normally associate with business.
What is the future of work? Will you be managing AI colleagues? What will motivate the next generation of employees and employers?
Host Mark Swain discusses with Bernd Vogel, Professor in Leadership at Henley Business School, his research ‘Work 2028 – Trends, dilemmas & choices‘, which has been carried out in cooperation with Deutsche Telekom and Detecon International.
Professor Bernd Vogel
Bernd is Professor in Leadership and Director of the Henley Centre for Leadership at Henley Business School. Earlier roles include Lecturer at the Institute for Leadership and Human Resource Management (IFPM), University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, Project Leader in the Organisational Energy Program (OEP), and Visiting Scholar at University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.
He received his PhD in Management from the Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany. Bernd’s research focuses on new forms, practices, and sources of engaging leadership, mobilising and maintaining energy in organisations and senior management teams, creating leadership and followership capacity, co-creating leadership, leadership and followership climate, CEO decision making and identity, and organisational change. He is co-author of the book “Fully Charged: How Great Leaders Boost Their Organisations’ Energy and Ignite High Performance” published by Harvard Business Review Press. Bernd also co-authored the book “Organisationale Energie”, published in the second edition. The edited book “Leadership – Best Practices und Trends” is published in the second edition. Bernd has published in international top-tier journals and developed several case studies.
Bernd teaches, consults and speaks internationally. He helps organisations with his expertise in leadership for creating and sustaining organisational energy, energising management teams, developing inspiring and purposeful leadership and fellowship, and leading change.
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