Developing Management Practice

The Developing Management Practice programme strengthens your practical management and leadership skills, empowering you to become a more confident manager.

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Developing Management Practice is a practical programme designed to help you get measurable results from your team.

The course not only equips you with a host of valuable management skills, but also allows you to realise your own potential and move your career forward.

Taught in small, supportive cohorts, the programme combines psychometrics, workshops, group discussion and 1:1 coaching. It culminates in the creation of a strategic personal plan to record your actions and next steps.

We are not currently offering the Developing Management Practice programme. If you have any questions, please contact our programme advisors: exec@henley.ac.uk.

Key benefits

For individuals

  • Develop practical management skills to create high-performing teams
  • Learn how to delegate and manage both your time and energy
  • Gain self-confidence and clarity by understanding and utilising your strengths
  • Understand how to motivate others and identify individual motivators
  • Learn about change and how to manage others through the transition

For businesses

  • Develop confident, self-aware and results-focused managers
  • Participants learn how to respond to complex management issues and understand the impact of both individual and team performance
  • Increase your employees’ engagement by empowering them to manage their own development

Programme Directors

Debora Brockwell - Henley Business School Finland

Debora Brockwell

Executive Fellow

Programme Director, Developing Management Practice

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Strategic management
Denise Fryer - Henley Business School Finland

Denise Fryer

Executive Fellow

Programme Director, Developing Management Practice

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Strategic management

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