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Four-day week: a flexible approach - Henley Business School Finland

Four-day week: a flexible approach

  • 14 syys 2020
There are growing calls to provide greater flexibility in the workplace, with the four-day working week being widely touted as a viable option. Recent work has argued for a wholesale…
Leader, how are you feeling? - Henley Business School Finland

Johtaja, miltä sinusta tuntuu?

  • 17 kesä 2020
Meidän suomalaisten on vaikea ilmaista tunteita, ja olemme johtajina asiakeskeisiä. Juuri nyt on kuitenkin hyvä mahdollisuus oppia tunteiden johtamista. Elämme koronavirusepidemian vuoksi vaikeita aikoja, jolloin tunteet jylläävät ja johtajan taito…
What questions should be at the heart of leadership in a business school? - Henley Business School Finland

What questions should be at the heart of leadership in a business school?

  • 15 touko 2020
What is leadership for? This is not a new question, or an answered one. Academics have so many ways of framing responses to this question that managers may justly ask how...
Lead (emotional) climate change - Henley Business School Finland[:fi]Johda (tunne)ilmaston muutosta - Henley Business School Suomessa

Johda (tunne)ilmaston muutosta

  • 6 touko 2020
Ensin meidät herätti ilmastonmuutos. Tunteet myllersivät syyllisyydestä ahdistukseen. Sitten tuli koronaepidemia, tuntematon uhka, jonka edessä tunnemme huolta ja pelkoa. Elämämme on sen vuoksi monin tavoin mullistunut. Terveyshuolten lisäksi monia koskettavat…
Challenge what the future holds - Henley Business School Finland

Challenge what the future holds

  • 30 huhti 2020
“Nobody said it was easy, no-one ever said it would be this hard…” As I was writing my latest assignment, I felt like either Chris Martin or Spotify could read my mind. Yes, doing the MBA is a real challenge, but…
Coping in a crisis: routine, routine, routine - Henley Business School Suomessa

Coping in a crisis: routine, routine, routine

  • 7 huhti 2020
I have always been a big fan of routine. I generally find that having a routine helps me to form healthy habits and to get things done, therefore making me…
What the marketing materials don't tell you about an Executive MBA - Henley Business School Finland

What the marketing materials don't tell you about an Executive MBA

  • 26 maalis 2020
When people ask me what I miss about the two years I spent studying for an Executive MBA at Henley Business School, I tell them about the beauty of the Greenlands campus, about the once-in-a-lifetime study trip...
Valtteri Tuominen - Henley Business School Finland

Back to school. But why, oh why?

  • 21 elo 2019
“Never again!” I realised that “never” was too strong of a word. But not for a while, that was for sure. I had just got my Aalto University PhD completed…
International Study Visit - Henley Business School Finland

Learning sensitivities to work with different cultures

  • 6 kesä 2019
The International Study Visit (ISV), at first, was honestly just an elective that I needed to take to finish my Henley Executive MBA studies. I’d travelled to China several times…
International Study Visit Chile 2018 - Henley Business School Finland

Red Hot Chile Peppers learn by giving – why pay to work 20 hours a day in a new culture?

  • 28 elo 2018
When I started my Henley Executive MBA (EMBA) in 2016, it wasn’t clear to me what the International Study Visit module was all about. Then about 5 to 6 weeks before we left for Santiago in July 2018, we received the...
The Integrated Leader -ohjelma – Henley Business School Suomessa

The debate on what is debatable in leadership

  • 12 kesä 2018
Last month, I attended the annual Windsor Leadership Debate, held at the Royal Institution in London’s Mayfair. Windsor Leadership Trust is a charity founded 1981, that provides “transformational leadership programmes…
Be happier in 2018 - Henley Business School Finland

Be happier in 2018

  • 12 huhti 2018
How can you make sure that 2018 is your happiest and most productive yet? 1. Accept stuff happens Life happens to all of us. Your computer crashes halfway through a…