European Perspectives

Brexit or the march of folly?

The decision to leave the EU was a democratic choice, but what impact could Brexit have on business – and what impact is it having already? Dr Stefan Schepers discusses in our latest European Perspectives.

Racism challenges in the royal palaces

Can we relate in our workplaces?

Dr Naeema Pasha reflects on the wider questions about racism posed by Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview.

Taking control of your own professionalisation

Part 2 – Learning to navigate

The second part of the coaching training was about getting to know, classifying, applying and reflecting on useful tools for coaching practice.

Finding your way in the coaching landscape

Similar to a view from the summit into the distance, there are landmarks that can be used to determine where...

European Perspectives

Decarbonising the power system

In the third article of our European Perspectives series, Professor Brian Scott-Quinn discusses the viability of decarbonising power generation systems in the pursuit of renewable energy targets.

Embracing true internationalisation in business school education

A statement from our International Dean, Professor Andrew Godley on embracing internationalisation in business school education

COVID-19 presents an existential threat to many business schools where ‘internationalisation’ strategies are little more than synonyms for...

Taking control of your own professionalisation

Part 1 - The journey begins

With a short series of articles, I would like to share the experiences from my coaching training with you in the coming months. What made me decide to take a coaching training? What weremy experiences during the training?

My first encounter with coaching training was during an internship when I was a student. A personnel developer told me about his findings and how much they helped him in his...

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 in all of us, at work, in our leadership or community behaviour? Have you, at times, subordinated everything, including some of your values, to winning? A leisurely approach to accountability? Economical with the truth at times in the organisation?...

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.

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.