|Date of event:||15 October 2020|
|Event ends:||15 October 2020|
|Price:||Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership. *Up to 4 Places*|
#Covid-19 update: This event will now be a live online masterclass, with details provided below. Delegate numbers will be similar to a face-to-face event, enabling participants to have interaction with the speaker and work with other delegates (for example via group work and online polls).
A fully completed and authorised nomination form is required for this event. Those who have previously registered need take no action (other than completing any pre-work). All participants will be sent joining instructions explaining how to access the event online.
As a leader, you’ll recognise the importance of staying current and reinvigorating your thinking, so why not partner with us to engage with the latest leadership insights?
With the Henley Centre for Leadership, The Henley Partnership brings you the second of our ‘The Latest in Leadership’ events. Each event includes three different mini-sessions, offering recent developments on existing topics, or new perspectives emerging from Henley research. We aim to challenge your thinking, enrich your practice and improve your impact as a leader.
This event is a two hour online masterclass from 10:00 - 12:00. A break then follows until 12:45 where we then run an hours deep dive optional session for those delegates that would like to learn more about the themes presented and engage in more discussion.
The primary theme is LEADERSHIP and the secondary theme is CHANGE.
It is relevant to the development of Research, Insight, Trends, Themes, Thinking, Updates, Refresher, Impact.
THP, The Henley Partnership
Professor David Pendleton
David is Professor in Leadership at the Henley Business School, where he works extensively in executive education, and is also a business psychologist, educator, consultant and author. He completed a doctorate in psychology at Oxford University and devoted the first half of his career to research and teaching in doctor-patient communication.
As an author, he has published extensively on medical communication in healthcare and on organisational leadership. His most recent book, authored with Professor Adrian Furnham of UCL, is entitled ‘Leadership: all you need to know’ and is in its second edition (2016).
He is currently writing a new book for leaders which is a novel approach to work-life balance and suggests a means for evaluating the impact of work to maximise its benefits.
David is a member of the Trustee Board of the Royal College of General Practitioners, an Associate Fellow of the Said Business School at Oxford University and of Green Templeton College Oxford.
Professor Bernd Vogel
Professor Vogel is the Director of the Henley Centre for Leadership, where his research focuses on leadership, management teams and organisations.
Bernd teaches and consults internationally, using his expertise to help organisations create and sustain organisational energy, develop inspiring and purposeful leadership and followership, and to lead change and emotions.
In addition to Henley Business School, Bernd has worked at a number of other prestigious institutions, including the University of St Gallen, IESE Business School, Marshall School of Business and Claremont Graduate University.
Bernd’s latest co-edited book is Developing Leaders for Positive Organizing: A 21st Century Repertoire for Leading in Extraordinary Times (Emerald Publishing) and he co-authored Fully Charged: How Great Leaders Boost Their Organization’s Energy and Ignite High Performance (Harvard Business Review Press). He has been published in international top-tier journals and developed several case studies about leadership in multinational businesses.
Professor Karen Jansen
Karen Jansen is a professor of leadership at Henley Business School. Her research examines two adaptive processes: aligning talent with strategic vision, and creating and maintaining momentum over the course of strategic or cultural change.
She has helped military, manufacturing, financial and professional service organisations to successfully navigate strategic change. This experience has led Karen to develop a ‘momentum mapping’ tool, which helps organisations manage change-related energy during transformational change. Prior to becoming an academic, she had a nine-year career at IBM as a systems engineer.
*Per member organisation. “Up to” indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of nomination. Nomination Forms are dealt with on a first come first served basis and a place cannot be booked or held without a fully completed and approved Nomination Form.