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Leading Edge – Technostress: finding the off switch

  • 13 Oct 2021
In this episode Dr Caroline Rook, Assistant Professor in Leadership, reviews the impact of digital technology on our daily lives. She then offers her method for identifying the warning signs of stress in colleagues and in ourselves.
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Alumni of the month: Anu Tuomola, SVP, General Counsel, SRV Group

  • 8 Oct 2021
Alumni of the month is a news series of interviews where we feature Henley Business School alumni from various fields of business. In the interviews, our alumni share what were the most important lessons they learned during their studies and how studying at Henley has impacted both the career and personal life. In addition, you will also get insights on what are the keys to success in each alumnusโ€™ field of business.
Leading Edge - Digital disruption

Leading Edge – Creating the right kind of digital disruption

  • 5 Oct 2021
In this episode Professor Sharm Manwani talks to Thomas Mason about business transformation and why organisations need to be โ€˜digitally ambidextrousโ€™.
Conversation with Per Mertsacker

Leadership Gems – A conversation with Per Mertesacker

  • 5 Oct 2021
In this fourth episode of Leadership Gems Professor Bernd Vogel from our Centre for Leadership sat down to chat with Arsenal Academy Manager and FIFA World Cup winning defender Per Mertesacker to find out what businesses and organisations can learn from the football ‘bubble’.
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The future of work – hybrid

  • 1 Oct 2021
Working from home has become part and parcel of life during the pandemic, but will the homeworking trend continue? Dr Miriam Marra discusses the future world of work in part two of two in her series on technology and hybrid working.
Leading Edge - Customer experience

Leading Edge – Customer experience: the great reset

  • 28 Sep 2021
In this episode of Leading Edge Moira Clark, Professor of Strategic Marketing at Henley Business School, discusses how customer expectations are now rising, as we emerge from the pandemic. How can companies best serve the โ€˜want-it-nowโ€™ generation?
Conversation with Maria Ohisalo

Leadership Gems – A conversation with Maria Ohisalo

  • 23 Sep 2021
We are delighted to share our third Leadership Gems โ€“ a conversation with Maria Ohisalo. Professor Claire Collins from Henleyโ€™s Centre for Leadership had an opportunity to sit down with Maria, Chair of the Green League and Minister of the Interior of Finland to talk about political leadership and her inspirations, fears and dreams.
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Leading Edge – Sustainable Finance: is green the new black?

  • 21 Sep 2021
We’re back with a new series of our podcast! In this episode Professor Carol Padgett discusses dark vs. light green investments, the critical role of sustainable finance for the future of the planet and the economy, and how this is relevant to your personal finances.
Getting ready: What to wear? How to speak? - Henley Business School Finland

Getting ready: What to wear? How to speak?

  • 16 Sep 2021
I just received the invitation for the first workshop of my Henley Executive MBA studies and I’m happy that despite the challenging COVID situation we will be traveling to the campus in Henley, UK. It feels good to get started but it also raises some questions regarding proper attire for the workshops and my spoken English.
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Climate emergency: a nuclear solution

  • 16 Sep 2021
Nuclear power is key to ensuring a sustainable way of living for future generations and must not be dismissed by leaders, argues Professor Brian Scott-Quinn.
Leading Edge: The Rise of the activist leader

Leading Edge: The Rise of the activist leader

  • 15 Sep 2021
We’re back with a new series of our podcast! In the first episode the Dean and Director of Henley Business School Africa, Jon Foster-Pedley, considers the true purpose of business, what motivates people, the broken old model of capitalism and why leaders need to take a stance.
How can organisations build trust? - Henley Business School Finland

Board leadership โ€“ a challenge of engagement

  • 8 Sep 2021
Why is engagement crucial for boards operating in increasingly demanding and competitive environments? Andrew Kakabadse, Professor of Governance and Leadership at Henley Business School considers the question.