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Online event – Leadership for a fairer world – what could or should it be?

Description

Has the time come for us to examine what could or should future leadership be? How can we prepare for a new era of leadership?

A fairer world is something everyone should be striving for, and yet at times it can feel so out of reach. Especially for organisations, its members and managers as their custodians this can be an overwhelming question in current times. With many demands from all areas of society, fairness has never been more pressing a goal. Instead of feeling daunted, we believe that this is a chance for us to ask โ€˜Leadership for what?โ€™ on the journey towards a fairer world.

Join us for our online event to hear from Dr Caroline Rook and Dr Chris Dalton how they think about leadership for a fairer world and discuss what future leadership could or should be. The session is interactive and Caroline and Chris will give the attendees some input, and then facilitate a joint discussion.

Online event 19.1.2023

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The speakers

Dr Caroline Rook

Dr Caroline Rook - Henley Business School Finland

Dr Caroline Rook is a Lecturer in Leadership at Henley Business School. Her research relates to creating healthy and productive workplaces through exploring the links between leadership and well-being in organisations. She investigates in particular how to manage executive stress, how to maintain authentic functioning at work and the role of coaching for creating resilience for positive leadership.

She has been involved in research and practice related to the topics of leadership, well-being, authenticity and coaching for some years at Lord Ashcroft International Business School (UK), INSEAD (France) and University of Exeter Business School, Centre for Leadership Studies (UK).

Caroline holds a degree in Psychology (majors: Clinical Psychology, Organisational Psychology, Communication Psychology) from Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena (Germany) and obtained her PhD from the University of Exeter (UK). Caroline teaches on the Henley Business School MBA Programmes, MA Leadership and Professional Certificate in Coaching. She is module convener for Finding your Leadership DNA (MSc Management for Future Leaders), Coaching and Mentoring for Leaders (MA Leadership), Dissertation module (MA Leadership) and Leadership in the 21st Century (BA Business and Management).

Dr Chris Dalton

Dr Chris Dalton - Henley Business School Finland

Dr Chris Dalton is Associate Professor of Management Learning and module convener for Personal Development at Henley Business School. He joined Henley in 2005 and was Programme Director for the Distance/Flexible Learning MBA until 2010, when he took over the Personal Development role. Chris speaks and writes about management learning and development, and publishes practitioner books for managers.

His latest, The Integrated Leader: a Foundation for Lifelong Management Learning, was published in 2021. A second edition of his book, MBA Day by Day, was published in 2019.
Chris has over 28 years of experience in management education and training. He teaches on the Henley MBA, the Henley DBA, and runs corporate workshops and seminars related to management development in South Africa, central Europe and the Middle East. He is a visiting professor at Soka University, Tokyo, Japan.

Chris holds a PhD in Management Learning and Leadership from Lancaster University and an MBA from Henley Business School. He is an energetic and innovative tutor. He has trained as a systemic constellations facilitator, regularly working with the public and private sector in facilitating team and organisational development, as well as reflective retreats.

Jennika Rantanen - Henley Business School Finland

Jennika Rantanen

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