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Jenny Robinson

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  • The Construction of Ba as Leadership Practice

Jenny Robinson is a Henley Business School PhD student in the department of Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour.

Jenny's research interests lie primarily in the areas of mindfulness and mindful leadership.

She has a depth of teaching experience, including a guest faculty position at Cranfield University in Research Philosophy from 2018-19 and being part of the Faculty for both the British Academy of Management (Special Interest Group and Annual Conference, 2017 and 2018) and the Academy of Management (Annual Conference 2017).

Jenny publications include the following:

Robinson, J and Renshaw, P (2020 in review). 'Place - The Final Frontier. Exploring the outer reaches of collaborative agency using the Japanese concept of Ba', Leadership.

Renshaw, P and Robinson, J (2020 in review). 'Standing In the Shoes of Giants', Management Learning.

Renshaw, P and Robinson, J (2019). Coaching On-the-Go. Financial Times imprint, London.

Robinson, J., Krisberga, S., (2019 in press) 'Mindful Project Leadership in Project Leadership'. Cranfield University Press.

Robinson, J., Tobias, J., (2019) 'Mindful Leadership in Handbook of Mindfulness-based Programmes: Mindfulness Interventions from Education to Health and Therapy'. Routledge.

Robinson, J., Sinclair, M., Tobias, J., and Choi, E. (2017). 'More Dynamic Than You Think: Hidden Aspects of Decision-Making'. doi:10.3390/admsci7030023.

Collins, C., Riddell, P., and Robinson, J. (2017) 'Quiet Leadership: Tales from the Other Fifty Percent. Theory and Practice Insights'. Academy of Management.

Jenny obtained her MSc in Mindfulness-Based Approaches from Bangor University in 2016.