Teaching Staff

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Professor Jean-Anne Stewart, Professor of Leadership Development

Professor Jean-Anne Stewart

Professor of Leadership Development

Professor Jean-Anne Stewart has over 14 years' experience of research and teaching at Henley Business School and is Programme Director for the Henley MA Leadership programme, launched in June 2016 following extensive research into leadership, leadership development and management learning. She is also responsible for corporate global MBA qualification programmes for a variety of international clients, most recently with Deloitte. She designs, develops and delivers programmes and modules, specialising in leadership, facilitation, action learning, project management, change management and leadership development. Jean-Anne has led several European and UK research projects, particularly focused on leadership, action learning, SMEs, third sector leadership, management learning, technology-enabled learning, leadership development and evaluation.

Prior to joining Henley Business School, Jean-Anne gained over 20 years business experience, focused on implementing complex international IT and business change programmes, most recently at British Airways where she was responsible for developing their internal facilitation, leadership, project management and change capability.

Her current research interests are responsible leadership, collaboratories, leadership and management across generations, evaluation of action learning and virtual action learning for leadership development.

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Bernd Vogel, Professor in Leadership

Bernd Vogel

Professor in Leadership

Professor Bernd Vogel is a Professor in Leadership and Founding Director of the Henley Centre for Leadership at Henley Business School.

Bernd has 20 years of global experience in research, educating, speaking, and consulting with companies, business schools and universities. He supports organisations and people in life-long learning journeys that transform lives, organisations, and society. He bridges academia with practice and is an executive coach.

Bernd has a Master's Degree in Business Administration and Economics and a PhD in Management from Leibniz University, Hannover. He was Lecturer at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and Leibniz University and had Visiting positions at Claremont Graduate University, USA, IESE Business School, Spain, and Marshall School of Business, USC, USA.

Bernd’s expertise is in leadership and leadership development; future of work and leadership; strategic leadership to mobilise and sustain healthy energy and performance; developing leadership and followership capability; healthy and performing senior management teams; change, transformation and culture; leadership development architectures.

His books include 'Fully Charged: How Great Leaders Boost Their Organization's Energy and Ignite High Performance', Harvard Business Review Press, and 'Developing Leaders for Positive Organizing'. He is a leadership book series editor and publishes in top-tier journals or industry reports like 'Work 2028 - Trends, Dilemmas and Choices' with Deutsche Telekom.

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Christoph Raudonat, Tutor

Christoph Raudonat

Tutor

Christoph Raudonat is a senior management executive and executive leadership coach focusing on transformation management and leadership capability development. At Henley, he is the Managing Director of Henley Business School Germany GmbH and has held several executive and non-executive leadership positions within several international organisations in the past.

He is a frequent speaker and facilitator at industry events and a member of several international business networks. He delivers the Personal Leadership Development module on the Henley Executive Certificate in Leadership and regularly facilitates a wide range of executive learning events. Christoph holds degrees in Sociology, Social/Organisational Psychology, Law and Economics as well as an MBA from Henley Business School and currently works on his DBA in Leadership Capability Development.

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