Why should we stop playing down ageism at work? - Henley Business School Finland

Why should we stop playing down ageism at work?

  • 4 elo 2021
Dr Tatiana Rowson about age (and ageism) at work and why this is not only a diversity issue but an occupational health and wellbeing issue too.
Reducing working hours in Iceland - Henley Business School Finland

Reducing working hours in Iceland: Lessons on workload and flexibility

  • 27 heinä 2021
Iceland has been on the news because between 2014 and 2019 it trialled a move from a 40-hour to a 35- or 36-hour working week among over 2,500 workers in the public sector. Dr Rita Fontinha looks at Iceland's recent trial of a shorter working week and its consistency with Henley's research findings on the four-day week.

Why an EMBA? That’s what many people ask.

  • 6 heinä 2021
I’ve been considering EMBA studies for many years. Despite many critical comments, I’ve decided to pursue Henley’s EMBA and in this blog I share my reasoning behind this decision.
Diversity benefits every Firm

Diversity benefits every Firm

  • 2 heinä 2021
Why are targets for inclusion and diversity crucial for any successful business, including the palace? Dr Naeema Pasha explains using findings from The Equity Effect research.

Ready to EMBArk!

  • 16 kesä 2021
I’m excited to share my new appointment as the Finnish brand ambassador for Henley’s Executive MBA (EMBA) programme. I will begin my studies in October 2021, and expect to complete them by the end of 2023. I invite you to join me on this quest!

Are you an authentic leader?

  • 4 kesä 2021
Jo Marchant was on the first cohort of the MA Leadership between June 2016 and April 2018. It was an amazing experience for her having the opportunity to study leadership and implementing her learning in her organisation. The biggest takeaway for her personally though was learning how to lead authentically, in short how to be “herself” in her leadership.

How to support healthy performance in a technology-based remote workforce?

  • 1 kesä 2021
How are you coping with the remote working routines? While this new normal can be challenging, recent research has suggested that remote working may lead to improved performance.

Sofagate: Protocol or mysogyny?

  • 24 touko 2021
Professor Claire Collins discusses the politics behind the recent meeting between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the EU Council President Charles Michel and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.

The Five Faces of Curiosity

  • 14 huhti 2021
Too often the trappings of professional life hold us back from realising our full potential when it comes to curiosity - and prevent us from achieving the innovative solutions needed to solve the complex challenges of this time.
Racism challenges in the royal palaces: can we relate in our workplaces? - Henley Business School Suomessa

Racism challenges in the royal palaces: can we relate in our workplaces?

  • 18 maalis 2021
Dr Naeema Pasha reflects on the wider questions about racism posed by Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview.

International tourism will need more than an injection to recover

  • 5 helmi 2021
With the vaccine rollout underway, is there hope for international tourism? Professor Adrian Palmer discusses whether the pandemic has brought about long-term structural change in the sector. The COVID-19 pandemic…
How has Instagram managed to remain relevant for ten years? - Henley Business School Finland

How has Instagram managed to remain relevant for ten years?

  • 26 loka 2020
As Instagram turned 10 in the beginning of this month, I have taken a look back at its journey since launching and what new social media platforms can learn in…