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Leading Edge – Slow down to change faster

  • 19 loka 2021
In the last episode of the series Dr Sharon Varney discusses the impact of business volatility and uncertainty on leaders and how they might address the challenges. Amplified by the pandemic, the future effects of decisions made, and actions taken in the here and now, are unknowable.
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Leading Edge – Technostress: finding the off switch

  • 13 loka 2021
In this episode Dr Caroline Rook, Assistant Professor in Leadership, reviews the impact of digital technology on our daily lives. She then offers her method for identifying the warning signs of stress in colleagues and in ourselves.
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Leading Edge – Creating the right kind of digital disruption

  • 5 loka 2021
In this episode Professor Sharm Manwani talks to Thomas Mason about business transformation and why organisations need to be ‘digitally ambidextrous’.
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Leading Edge – Customer experience: the great reset

  • 28 syys 2021
In this episode of Leading Edge Moira Clark, Professor of Strategic Marketing at Henley Business School, discusses how customer expectations are now rising, as we emerge from the pandemic. How can companies best serve the ‘want-it-now’ generation?
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Leading Edge – Sustainable Finance: is green the new black?

  • 21 syys 2021
We're back with a new series of our podcast! In this episode Professor Carol Padgett discusses dark vs. light green investments, the critical role of sustainable finance for the future of the planet and the economy, and how this is relevant to your personal finances.
Leading Edge: The Rise of the activist leader

Leading Edge: The Rise of the activist leader

  • 15 syys 2021
We're back with a new series of our podcast! In the first episode the Dean and Director of Henley Business School Africa, Jon Foster-Pedley, considers the true purpose of business, what motivates people, the broken old model of capitalism and why leaders need to take a stance.

Leading Edge: 30 minutes to stay sane

  • 20 huhti 2021
Professor David Pendleton gives practical tips on how to survive and thrive, especially when it comes to remote working during lockdown.
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Leading Edge: How to unleash your inner coach

  • 8 joulu 2020
In this episode, Professor Jonathan Passmore explains how coaching can be useful to every member of an organisation, focussing on fulfilling potential rather than relentless skill building. He also describes…
Leading Edge - Crisis: the mother of innovation - Henley Business School Finland

Leading Edge: Crisis: the mother of innovation

  • 1 joulu 2020
In this podcast, Claire Hewitt describes how chaos can breed creativity and even accidents can bring about opportunity in the world of business. She also shares her first-hand experience of…
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Leading Edge: The inclusion trap: when being at the table's not enough

  • 25 marras 2020
Shaheena Janjuha-Jivraj describes herself as a ‘disruptor with a purpose’. In this episode, she disrupts and reshapes some of our thinking about diversity. It can be hard to bring about…
Leading Edge: How to get your boss’s job – and keep it - Henley Business School Finland

Leading Edge: How to get your boss’s job – and keep it

  • 17 marras 2020
Narendra Laljani shares his experience and expertise on how to climb the corporate ladder and explains why stepping out of your comfort zone is critical. How can you really be…
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Leading Edge #2: Get ready to listen…

  • 16 marras 2020
We are excited to announce that series 2 of our Leading Edge podcast launches tomorrow on 17 November, featuring a brand new line-up of Henley Business School experts. In this…