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Claire Hewitt

Head of Learning Design - Executive Education

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  • Innovation and creativity, 
  • Leadership, 
  • Coaching, 
  • Learning design


Greenlands campus

Claire works with faculty and other expert contributors to design the most innovative learning programmes, to achieve clients’ strategic goals. She works with clients in the areas of leadership, coaching and organisational change.

She is one of Henley’s Executive Coaches and a Graduate of Henley’s MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change. Claire delivers modules on customised programmes for high profile clients and delivers on the Innovation elective for the Henley MBA.

Claire’s commercial background is in marketing and innovation. Her marketing experience focussed primarily in the retail sector, where she worked for Marks and Spencer, Mars, the Arcadia Group and eventually British Airports Authority (BAA), where she was the group’s Retail Marketing Director, co-responsible for turning airports very profitably into shopping malls.

She developed her innovation credentials with Synectics, a Global Innovation Consultancy, where she was a Partner, facilitating creative breakthrough thinking with client teams, to generate fresh strategies, products and processes to grow their businesses. She specialised in the field of Consumer Insight-led Innovation, creating radical new platforms for growth.

Prior to joining Henley Claire worked with a number of global clients in various sectors including FMCG, professional services and manufacturing, some of which included Unilever, GlaxoSmithKline, Coca-Cola, Nestle, M&S, Deloitte, PwC, Ernst and Young, IMI and ICI.

Her first degree is in Modern Languages and Philosophy.

EMP: Module 2 (5 days residential)

Module 2 is delivered on site at Greenlands and focuses on leading organisations effectively. Topics include:...

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