People & Organisational Change programmes - Henley Business School Finland

People & Organisational Change programmes

People and Organisational Change masterclasses are designed to help you navigate the increasing complexity and challenges of HR, strategic workforce planning and organisational development.

Our programmes help HR professionals rise to the challenge by implementing HR strategies that are driven firmly from the business and organisational strategy, navigating the political and commercial terrain and finding more pragmatic, flexible and measurable ways to deliver value.

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Leading Change and Organisational Development Masterclass

  • Henley 🇬🇧. Duration: 2 days
Develop the skills and mindset needed to lead change within your organisation with this new Leading Change and Organisational Development masterclass.
Executive MBA - Henley Business School Finland

Organisational Design Masterclass

  • Online 🌐. Duration: 2x 0.5 days
A masterclass to help you understand how to develop and refine your organisation’s design in order to facilitate better business performance.
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Effective HR Business Partnering

  • Online 🌐. Duration: 4x 0.5 days
Understand the fundamentals of effective HR business partnering as well as practical approaches to talent and people management.
Executive MBA - Henley Business School Finland

Strategic Workforce Planning Masterclass

  • Online 🌐. Duration: 2x 0.5 days
The Strategic Workforce Planning masterclass equips you with the skills to proactively align your workforce with the organisation’s current and long-term business plan.

Latest news

A moment of reflection with the learning team after stage 1

  • 8 Jul 2022
The end of stage 1 from the Executive MBA provided a great opportunity to reflect on the journey so far. I wanted to involve my learning team in this reflection, and you can find their thoughts, opinions and experiences in a short interview.

Alumni summer newsletter 2022

  • 7 Jul 2022
Summer holidays are approaching. We, the Henley alumni board, will also take a pause soon but before that, we wanted to say hello and look back at what the first half of 2022 entailed.

Alumni spotlight: Asim Shaikh, Geobear Global

  • 22 Jun 2022
Asim Shaikh, who completed recently the Boardroom Skills programme, explains his motivation to embark onto the programme and shares the highlights of his studies, which contained lots of self-reflection – the thing that Henley is known for.

The intensity of everything in New York

  • 21 Jun 2022
During our recent Global Immersion Study Visit as part of the Henley EMBA – Global, we spent a week in New York City, consulting our case companies and learning about how business works in Manhattan. This was a great opportunity to reflect on the similarities and differences between the US and Finland on the approach to business and work life.

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