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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.

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.

Great leadership includes being yourself

  • 12 huhti 2021
Much is written about being a good leader. But there is no one right way of leading and authenticity is crucial to being a good leader. One of the best ways to become a good leader is to develop into the kind of leader that suits your interests, values, circumstances and personality.

Kuukauden alumni: Arno Ahosniemi, Executive Editor-in-Chief, Kauppalehti

  • 6 huhti 2021
Kuukauden alumni on uusi juttusarja, jossa haastattelemme Henley Business Schoolista valmistuneita alumneja. Haastatteluissa kuulemme mitkä ovat olleet tärkeimmät opit ja kuinka Henley-tutkinto on vaikuttanut alumniemme uraan ja elämään. Lisäksi kuulemme, mitkä ovat menestyksen avaimet kunkin alumnin nykyisessä ammatissa.
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.
Jari Latvanen - Henley Business School Suomessa

Kuukauden alumni: Jari Latvanen, CEO, Stockmann

  • 1 maalis 2021
Kuukauden alumni on uusi juttusarja, jossa haastattelemme Henley Business Schoolista valmistuneita alumneja. Haastatteluissa kuulemme mitkä ovat olleet tärkeimmät opit ja kuinka Henley-tutkinto on vaikuttanut alumniemme uraan ja elämään. Lisäksi kuulemme,…
European Perspectives: Brexit or the march of folly? - Henley Business School Finland

European Perspectives: Brexit or the march of folly?

  • 19 helmi 2021
Negotiating an agreement The decision to leave the EU was a democratic choice, though questions may arise about the means by which the choice was brought about. The negotiation process…
Building SWP capability in your people - Henley Business School Finland

Building SWP capability in your people

  • 15 helmi 2021
In my previous articles, I have discussed approaches to, and positioning of, strategic workforce planning (SWP). Of the three main barriers to driving business value through SWP, these are the…

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…
Leadership Gems - Henley Business School Finland

Leadership Gems – A conversation with Phillipine Mtikitiki

  • 28 tammi 2021
Leadership Gems is a new interview series from the Henley Centre for Leadership. Leadership Gems invites listeners to learn from people from across society about their involvement in leadership. Think…
SWP: Its vital role in decoding & focusing your EVP

SWP: Its vital role in decoding & focusing your EVP

  • 20 tammi 2021
Continuing my series of articles relating to Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP) application and practice, I want to discuss in this article the inseparable relationship between SWP and Employer Value Proposition…
European Perspectives: Decarbonising the power system - Henley Business School Finland

European Perspectives: Decarbonising the power system

  • 10 tammi 2021
Decarbonising the power generation system across the EU is proving highly contentious. The whole debate came to the boil in December 2020 as scientists across Europe attacked the European Commission…