Dr Lebene Soga is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Entrepreneurship (and Leadership) at the Henley Business School. His research seeks an understanding into how social technologies intermediate leadership practices within organisations. He has contributed to conversations at the Henley Forum for Organisational Learning and Knowledge Strategies that also led to the publication of practitioner guidance on social technologies in the workplace.
Lebene has presented his research at academic conferences and has also been invited to present to managers at a Fortune-200 organisation. His ideas are featured in discussions at Business Value Exchange and CIPD, where he is mentioned for his insights on the development of digital silos.
Lebene’s teaching responsibilities cover module delivery at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including MBA project supervision. He is convener for MMM020 Leadership Theory and Practice (for postgraduate students), co-convener for MM1F10 Student Enterprise (for undergraduate students) and also delivers teaching on MM270 Practice of Entrepreneurship (for undergraduate students). With excellent student evaluation reports, Lebene deploys his training from Babson College (Wellesley, Massachusetts) and his own entrepreneurship experience for an engaging student experience.