Learning from the experiences of others

Experience exchange with faculty members, well-known guest speakers and through company visits

At Henley, not only do we ensure a balance between theory and practice, we encourage the students to exchange knowledge amongst one another. Combined with experienced guest speakers and company visits, the Executive MBA guarantees an ideal learning approach that relies on the combined, widespread experiences of all parties involved!

What distinguishes a programme with ICF certification from other programmes?

Learn more about the seal of quality for coaches

Since its introduction in 1998, the ICF certification is there to ensure highest quality in coaching. This is guaranteed by compliance to the 11 ICF core competencies such as ethical standards, active listening, powerful questions and a certain level of intimacy and trust with the coachee. All in all, the certification may be a door-opener to an exciting career!

An introduction to eco-coaching

What is so special about this trend?

This special type of coaching thrives on the deep connection between nature and man and uses it to empower it's participants physically, mentally and emotionally. If done correctly, eco-coaching provides not only a fresh alternative to regular coaching sessions but can also really help to bring the coachee further!

The Benefits of Theory can be seen in Practice

Most Henley courses include practice parts outside the classroom

Making our Executive MBA students apply their acquired knowledge to a company of choice through practical modules during studies has more than just one advantage: The students gain immediate practical experience and become visible throughout their companies, which in turn may take direct profit from their employee's actions!

How I became a more successful manager by getting to know myself

About the influence of reflective learning

Christoph Raudonat speaks about his experiences with the Henley coaching programme. He explains how it not only taught him how to coach others, but also how it made him reflect on himself. This, in turn, led to his very own personality development.

What would you advise a young professional to do before taking the next career step?

Stop and think: These are the most important considerations to be made

Advancing in your career can be a difficult step to make, especially if you erroneously feel the need to make this decision as quickly as possible. Figuring out for yourself which factors lead you to this situation and reflecting openly about it are some of the key elements of a healthy decision-making process.

Coaching at Henley – you are not alone

Read about the support you get in the PCEC programme

If you want to become a coach and give professional advice to other people around you, you first need to get to know yourself. While walking this path to self-discovery, every participant in the Henley Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching benefits from the support of our experienced tutors!

Who benefits from Coaching?

Not only the coachee but also his environment!

After a coaching, what remains is the effect the coachee has on his or her environment: The coachee directly transfers his changed attitude to his vicinity, an experience that brings everyone – even the coach himself – forward and may change his or her way of looking at things!

Playing the Macroviolin – or how we learn and play from a deeper connection

What is it that helps us to connect with others to find solutions that are different and more sustainable from what we have achieved today? Find out here!

Managing People Workshop in Copenhagen – our review

Anne Dibley managed the Henley Workshop in Copenhagen from the UK. We asked her seven questions about this time.