What a past presidency can teach us about the future of leadership

Rather uncomfortable – we as an active part of the Trump leadership phenomenon?

A first uncomfortable thought. How much of the Trump phenomenon is...

European Perspectives

A new European ‘Bauhaus’

In the second article of our European Perspectives series, Professor Nada Kakabadse explores the importance of culture and creativity to the goals of the European Commission.

Henley Germany Christmas Message

Director's Thoughts: December Edition

Merry Christmas from Henley Business School Germany.

Director's Thoughts

Dear Henley Community

This past year was different. As a first for...

How to Unleash Your Inner Coach

Leading Edge Podcast

Professor Jonathan Passmore explains how coaching can be useful to every member of an organisation, focussing on fulfilling potential rather than relentless skill building.

Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2020

Henley Business School ranked in UK top 10!

We are delighted that the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking 2020 sees Henley Business School maintain a UK top 10 position.

European Perspectives

A new trade bloc in the making?

In the first article in our new European Perspectives series, Dr Stefan Schepers discusses the proposed partnership between the European Union and the African Union.

What are the requirements for successful (virtual) coaching in these times?

Impressions of a participant

PCEC participant Robert Schöne comments: To be able to coach and support others in these challenging times, not only special skills and methods are required. You also need a proper mindset and a certain something in order to really coach effectively.

Crisis: the mother of innovation

Leading Edge Podcast

Claire Hewitt talks about how we keep the creative juices flowing despite the pandemic. How do we think outside the ‘Zoom’ box and keep innovation going?

The Inclusion Trap: when being at the table's not enough

Leading Edge Podcast

Shaheena describes herself as a ‘disruptor with a purpose’. In this podcast she disrupts and reshapes some of our thinking about diversity.

What is it that makes the Henley Certificate in Executive Coaching special?

Impressions of a participant

Programme participant Robert Schöne shares his experiences: The PCEC thrives on the alternation between theory and practice, on critical self-reflection and a lot of training – all with the aim of helping and supporting others as you continue to learn.