6 steps to reflective practice for managers - Henley Business School Suomessa

6 steps to reflective practice for managers

  • 2 touko 2017
At Henley Business School, we’ve been committed to the importance of a reflective view in management development for years. As part of personal development, we create spaces for participants to…
Big "L" Leadership - Henley Business School Suomessa

Big ”L”​ Leadership – the root of all evil?

  • 29 maalis 2017
I’ve been thinking about leadership recently. I’m wary of the concept and tend not to use it at all in the Personal Development module, which may be a bit odd…
torju stressi huipulla - Henley Business School Suomessa

How to tackle stress at the top despite its taboo?

  • 28 helmi 2017
Suicide and burnout at the top level are increasing. News of fatigue of leaders at the top of their success appears with frightening frequency across professions – business executives and…
Harjoitustehtävä: Telekom Malaysia - Henley Business School Suomessa

Henley helps Telekom Malaysia executives plan for the future

  • 15 helmi 2017
In today’s economic and technological climate, every industry sector would, almost without exception, admit to being in a somewhat volatile period, but few could claim to have experienced such radical…
Donald Trumpin virkaanastujaiset - Henley Business School Suomessa

Leadership, Donald Trump and laissez faire followers

  • 30 tammi 2017
What makes people follow a controversial leader? Last week in a Henley MBA cohort we had a heated debate. This leaves no one indifferent. And it is a difficult one.…
Digital leadership - Henley Business School Suomessa

Henley’s Digital Leadership Forum aims to change how we design our businesses

  • 18 tammi 2017
The struggle to be an effective organisational leader within an era of such fast-changing technology is one that is challenging senior executives across the world. No sooner is a state-of-the-art…
Finland is fantastic but... - Henley Business School Suomessa

Finland is fantastic but…

  • 19 joulu 2016
The World Economic Forum ranks Finland number one for competitiveness. In the OECD PISA study, we rank number 4 and 5 for reading and science. Finland recently came in second…
Johtajuus - Henley Business School Suomessa

The innovative leader

  • 7 joulu 2016
You don’t need to be creative to lead a creative team, but knowing how to empower, encourage and inspire innovation is a key skill for today’s most effective leaders. It…
BusinessClass, Roger Martin-Fagg - Henley Business School Suomessa

Global trade under Trump and the future of post-Brexit Europe

  • 29 marras 2016
The geo-political world has recently had two big surprises; the first one might have been called an exception but the second one means it’s time to think again. On Wednesday…
What makes a great leader? - Henley Business School Suomessa

What makes a great leader?

  • 16 marras 2016
The five Q’s of leadership The rules are changing, says Andrew Kakabadse, Professor of Governance and Leadership at Henley Business School, and if you don’t have all five Qs, you…
Henley BusinessClass - Roger Martin-Fagg - Henley Business School Suomessa

Roger Martin-Fagg speaking at Henley Business Class on 23.11.2016

  • 3 marras 2016
Roger Martin-Fagg is an economist, who combines insight into the financial and policy worlds with management strategy. As such he delivers both an economic outlook, and what organisations...
Henley BusinessClass - Kristiina Helenius and Roger Martin-Fagg - Henley Business School Suomessa

BusinessClass 23.11.2016

  •   23.11.2016 – 08:15 to 10:00
  • Amcham
In this Henley BusinessClass, Roger Martin-Fagg from Henley Business School will provide insights into how economy really works, what has led us to where we are and also elaborate the possible futures of the EU. Kristiina Helenius, CEO of Amcham and a veteran of country branding and Finland’s competitiveness, will shed light on how Finland fares today globally.