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Dear alumni, partners and friends - Coronavirus pandemic update - Henley Business School Finland

COVID-19 update

Following the recent developments surrounding the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), we are taking every precaution to ensure a safe environment for our clients, partners and employees.

Our programmes and events are delivered in compliance with the local COVID-19 regulations in Finland. Delivery options are face-to-face, hybrid or online โ€“ depending on the programme and the event.

In alignment with the guidelines from the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, we recommend the use of face masks for anybody participating in our programmes and attending our events.

As a precautionary measure, our venues require a COVID-passport at least until 16 January 2022. In addition, our venues are set up to ensure a safe distance to other participants and are equipped with hand sanitisers to allow for good hand hygiene. We avoid unnecessary contacts to other participant groups.

We kindly ask you to only take part in our face-to-face programmes and events when you are fully healthy. If you suffer from respiratory symptoms or other COVID-19 related symptoms, we ask you to contact our staff. If you experience symptoms during or after participating in our programmes or attending our events, please inform our staff without delay.

For any programme related travel, we are following the guidelines from the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare. Please contact our staff if you have any questions or concerns.

Anna Matula - Managing Director - Henley Business School Suomessa

Annu Matula

Annu has a strong passion for leadership development, she has spent most of her career in the consulting and education business. She has over 30 years of experience in management consulting, leadership training and executive education. During her career, Annu has designed and delivered various senior executive development, leadership and change management programmes. In addition, sheโ€™s specialised in career and executive coaching. Annu is leading the operations of Henley Business School in Finland since 2010.

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