Bribery hits 85% for UK managers operating internationally

Differences in business culture require special awareness and attention to local customs that more often than expected cross legal norms. Bribery and corruption cost companies up to 5% of their annual revenue. This puts leaders into ethical dilemmas to decide whether to risk at being at a competitive disadvantage or engage in local practices that may go against ethical behaviour. Individual managers and organizations may not be equipped to resolve this situation.

Looking for high quality coach education? Choose an ICF accredited coaching programme!

The coaching industry has exploded in recent years and with it the number of coach training programmes on the market. So how do you distinguish...

Leadership Gems – Episode 4

A conversation with Per Mertesacker

Leadership Gems is an interview series from the Henley Centre for Leadership that invites listeners to learn from people from across society about...

Leadership Gems – Episode 3

A conversation with Maria Ohisalo

Leadership Gems is an interview series from the Henley Centre for Leadership that invites listeners to learn from people from across society about...

Leadership Gems – Episode 2

A conversation with Paul Nanson

Leadership Gems is a interview series from the Henley Centre for Leadership. Leadership Gems invites listeners to learn from people from across...

Leadership Gems – Episode 1

A Conversation with Phillipine Mtikitiki

Leadership Gems is an interview series from the Henley Centre for Leadership. Leadership Gems invites listeners to learn from people from across...

COVID-19 and the Future of Leadership on Steroids

With the world in the firm grip of a pandemic, there are implications for businesses and leadership that were unforeseen twelve months ago. Professor Bernd Vogel explains why we should embrace this change and turn it round to work for us.

FT Executive MBA Ranking 2021

Henley achieves strong positions for student satisfaction, diversity, and corporate social responsibility for our world-class Executive MBA – Global.

This year’s Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking, published today, sees Henley rated as the top UK business school for student satisfaction for our flagship Global Executive MBA programme.

Board Leadership – a Challenge of Engagement

Why is engagement crucial for boards operating in increasingly demanding and competitive environments?

Boards are central to the function and sustainability of any organisation. Many aspects have to be considered for a company to thrive. Kakabadse's research has shown that engagement is a key factor and should be the primary concern of boards.