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How can I stop giving advice to my coaching clients? - Henley Business School Finland

How can I stop giving advice to my coaching clients?

  • 17 Aug 2020
It has been suggested that coaching is fundamentally about unlocking a personโ€™s potential to maximise their own performance (Whitmore, 1995); it is about helping them to learn, rather than teaching them. Yet one of the...
Dear alumni, partners and friends - Coronavirus pandemic update - Henley Business School Finland

Academics share insights for โ€˜A new world post-COVID-19โ€™

  • 31 Jul 2020
Insights into the impact of COVID-19 on different areas of business and finance have been shared by academics from Henley Business School in a new book published online today. A New World Post-COVID-19: Lessons...
How to set up a successful coaching practice? - Henley Business School Finland

How can I set up a successful coaching practice?

  • 15 Jun 2020
While most coach training programmes teach you how to coach, few tell you how you can make a living from the new skills you have acquired. Maybe this is because most coaching schools are run by trainers, not successful coaches. We believe...
Professor Jonathan Passmore - Henley Business School Finland

The impact of executive coaching

  • 13 May 2020
In Finland, the majority of CEOs in listed companies are male with backgrounds in economics or engineering, reflecting a far narrower leadership model than the ones suited to today’s diverse,…
How can we enable our clients to think for themselves? - Henley Business School Finland

How can we enable our clients to think for themselves?

  • 7 May 2020
Coaching clients to think is one thing. Coaching them to think for themselves is wholly another. The for themselves part changes the game. It moves the plates and it can turn our coaching inside out. It is worth...

Personal leader resilience is key to navigate the current crisis and uncertain future

  • 24 Apr 2020
Currently, the resilience of businesses is being tested to the limit. But also, leadersโ€™ robustness and resilience are key now to enable organisations and their teams to operate in these…
How can you weave culture into coaching and leadership? - Henley Business School Finland

How can you weave culture into coaching and leadership?

  • 2 Apr 2020
Weaving culture into coaching and leadership is crucial, not only because cultural diversity is an integral part of our reality, but because when coaches and leaders tap into peopleโ€™s intercultural potential they...
How can I ask better questions? - Henley Business School Finland

How can I ask better questions?

  • 3 Mar 2020
Great questions make someone think. They derail expected trains of thought, opening up new tracks to follow โ€“ typically by taking different perspectives. The task of creating powerful questions...
Ben Laker - Henley Business School Finland

The rise of machines sits squarely upon human shoulders

  • 16 Jan 2020
‘The greatest challenge concerning the digital revolution is that external change is always faster than the organisation perceives it to be,’ says Ben Laker, Professor of Leadership at Henley Business…
Strategic HR: How to promote growth - Henley Business School Finland

Strategic HR โ€“ How to promote growth

  • 9 Oct 2019
Iโ€™ve spent around 20 years now working in the space termed โ€œStrategic HRโ€ โ€“ from a practitioner, academic and consulting perspective. In this time, and through these different lenses, I…
Building better boards - Henley Business School Finland

Building better boards: A guide for NED effectiveness

  • 19 Sep 2019
Boosting the effectiveness of non-executive directors (NEDs) in growth companies is the aim of a new guide based on the findings of research by Henley Business School. Commissioned by the…
How can the solution-focused approach help my coaching clients? - Helsinki Business School Finland

How can the solution-focused approach help my coaching clients?

  • 9 Sep 2019
Solution-focused coaching can help coachees and employees to focus on what is possible, rather than the problem they face or the ideas which are outside of their grasp.