Leadership

Sanna Marin: should we judge a leader on their age?

  • 8 Sep 2022
Finnish prime minister Sanna Marin has faced scrutiny in recent weeks after photos of her partying were leaked to the media. Emerita Professor Claire Collins questions whether Marin's age has anything to do with the criticism.

New PM needs self-awareness to deal with the electorate’s concerns

  • 2 Sep 2022
Dr Chris Dalton, Associate Professor of Management Learning at Henley Business School, claims Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak may well be taking on a poisoned chalice when one of them takes office on Monday.
Executive Certificate in Leadership

Executive Certificate in Leadership online information session

  •   29.9.2022 โ€“ 16:00 to 17:00
  • Online ๐ŸŒ
The Henley Executive Certificate in Leadership is an in-depth leadership programme for experienced leaders and senior managers with significant leadership responsibilities that helps you improve your leadership knowledge and maximise the performance of your team and organisation.
Green to pink to blue: Companiesโ€™ dirty washing - Henley Business School Finland

Green to pink to blue: Companiesโ€™ dirty washing

  • 1 Apr 2022
You've heard of greenwashing - but what are pinkwashing and bluewashing? Dr Irene Garnelo-Gomez unpicks the unethical marketing practices of certain companies in our latest Leading Insight.
How does inflation impact businesses? - Henley Business School Finland

How does inflation impact businesses?

  • 14 Mar 2022
In the latest edition of our Leading Insights series, Professor Adrian Palmer outlines how inflation impacts businesses and brands.
Leading Edge: The Rise of the activist leader

Leading Edge – Future of Work: how to channel the spirit of Gen Z

  • 16 Feb 2022
In this episode, Dr Naeema Pasha and Dr Anne Dibley share insights into what characterises Gen Z; how business leaders can harness their entrepreneurial spirit in the workplace; and what we can learn from them.
Can we trust our leaders? - Henley Business School Finland

Can we trust our leaders?

  • 7 Feb 2022
An increasing catalogue of surveys suggests that we most definitely do not trust politicians, or business leaders, heads of state, charities, or even the church. But how has this sorry state of affairs come about? Professors Andrew and Nada Kakabadse summarise the key failings as evidenced by the storm surrounding Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the impacts of โ€˜Partygate'.
Leadership taster session

Executive Certificate in Leadership taster session

  •   17.3.2022 โ€“ 15:30 to 17:00
  • Online ๐ŸŒ
Are you facing leadership challenges in your daily work? This taster session on leadership in complexity and change led by Dr Sharon Varney will give you the opportunity to explore today's leadership landscape, discuss the leadership challenges it brings and discover new possibilities for leadership and change.
Why lifelong learning is good for you - Henley Business School Finland

Why lifelong learning is good for you

  • 2 Feb 2022
โ€œLifelong learningโ€ first became a buzzword in Europe in the mid-1990s and is increasingly relevant today. Put simply, lifelong learning means that people can and should have the opportunity to learn throughout their lives. Lifelong learning not only makes people more employable but also furthers their personal development.
Executive Certificate in Leadership

Webinar: Executive Certificate in Leadership information meeting

  •   17.2.2022 โ€“ 16:00 to 17:30
  • Online ๐ŸŒ
The Henley Executive Certificate in Leadership is an in-depth leadership programme for experienced leaders and senior managers with significant leadership responsibilities that helps you improve your leadership knowledge and maximise the performance of your team and organisation.
Post-pandemic workplaces

Webinar series: Leading healthy and productive post-pandemic workplaces

  •   15.2.2022 โ€“ 14:00 to 11.4.2022 โ€“ 15:00
  • Online ๐ŸŒ
The post-Covid-19 world of work faces many challenges in creating a healthy, productive and engaged workforce as many are exhausted from the ongoing pandemic. Join Dr Caroline Rook and guests to explore how to become more resilient to face the challenges ahead; Leader Resilience, Team Resilience and Organisation Resilience.
Disneyโ€™s new chair: glass slipper or glass cliff? - Henley Business School Finland

Disneyโ€™s new chair: glass slipper or glass cliff?

  • 24 Jan 2022
Disney has appointed Susan Arnold as its new Chair, the first woman to hold the position in the company's 98-year history. She has been a board member for 14 years and is incredibly qualified for the position. The appointment is a meaningful step for women in business but it also falls into a familiar pattern researchers have identified as the 'glass cliff'.