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Four Better Four Worse - Does a four-day work week pay off? - Henley Business School Finland

Does a four-day week pay off?

  • 4 Jul 2019
A four-day working week could save UK businesses an estimated ยฃ104 billion annually, according to new research from Henley Business School. Henleyโ€™s research reveals how a shorter working week (on…
How can I use GROW to help my coaching clients? - Henley Business School Finland

How can I use GROW to help my coaching clients?

  • 11 Jun 2019
Developed by Sir John Whitmore, Graham Alexander and Alan Fine, the GROW model was tested in organisational settings, where it produced business and individual benefits. Its origins are in behavioural…
How can I coach my team - Henley Business School Finland

How can I coach my team?

  • 15 May 2019
Team coaching is currently the fastest growing form of coaching. Systemic team coaching is a dynamic model that brings together the best of coaching practice with the best of team and organisational development, to create...
How can coaches and leaders facilitate behavioural change? - Henley Business School Finland

How can coaches and leaders facilitate behavioural change?

  • 10 Apr 2019
Change is hard. Knowing what we should be doing differently is one important step, but changing behaviour is another big hurdle for most people. Coaching helps people to examine what needs changing in their personal and professional...
What can coaching do for you? - Henley Business School Finland

What can coaching do for you?

  • 12 Mar 2019
Coaching has become one of the fastest-growing organisational interventions of the past 20 years. Back in 2000 an internet search for the word 'coach' might have brought you a few thousand responses, most of these connected to...
Secrets of top team success - Henley Business School Finland

Secrets of top team success

  • 5 Dec 2018
Building collective resilience In the latest blog post from our Heads Together and Row research team, Nikolaj Juul Jakobsen considers the importance of strong relationships in top management teams. Resilience…
Employee wellbeing and resilience - Henley Business School Finland

The value of employee wellbeing and resilience

  • 3 Jan 2018
When undertaking some recent research into the world of talent management, one of the things that stood out was the changing nature of the relationship between employee and employer. Organisations…
What you eat is how you perform - Henley Business School Finland

Food for thought โ€“ what you eat is how you perform

  • 15 Jun 2017
The link between what we eat and drink, and the way we subsequently behave has long been acknowledged, but leading experts at the University of Reading have been looking at…
Professor Moira Clark - Henley Business School Finland

Promoting excellence in customer management: Emerging trends in business

  • 11 Apr 2017
The Henley Centre for Customer Management (HCCM) recently reported the findings of a ten-year study into topics in which members wished to gain greater insight to help them improve their customer...
Sustainability - Henley Business School Finland

Extending the Better Balance Model to help solve the problem of sustainability

  • 17 Mar 2017
The massive environmental, social and economic challenges facing the world are well documented and some believe that climate change, population growth and increased consumption will challenge the sustainability of...