Publications and highlights
HCL's notable activities include:
'Work 2028 - Trends, Dilemmas and Choices' Report, delivered by
Professor Bernd Vogel, Director of Henley Centre for Leadership, and Obiageli Heidelberger-Nkenke, PhD student in Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour, partnered with Deutsche Telekom and Detecon International.
'The Leaders Secret Code: The Belief Systems that Distinguish Winners' Webinar, delivered by Professor Ben Laker.
New book series
Transformative Thinking and Practice in Leadership and its Development. This series works as a translator and bridge-builder between outstanding practice and research in leadership and its development.
It explores contemporary, demanding, and accessible developments in research, research-led practice and excellence in the practice of leadership and leadership development. In the first volume, Dr Sharon Varney explores Leadership in Complexity and Change: For a World in Constant Motion. In Volume 2, Aidan McQuade considers Ethical Leadership: Moral Decision-making Under Pressure
Leading Insights - A milestone in German politics
Professor Bernd Vogel reflects on the legacy of Angela Merkel and the chat bot-isation of German politics. Read the full article here
Henley Centre for Leadership Blog
Dr Chris Dalton asks Can Personal Development start a movement? in our recent addition to our Blog channel
If you would like to read more blogs from us, visit Henley Blogs and search for Centre for Leadership.
Henley Centre for Leadership Webinar series
Leading within the new normal: challenges and insights
We invited four panel members from different organizations to participate in our webinar to find out how they addressed the real underlying leadership issues and opportunities with the new realities of work.
Leading Healthy and Productive Post-Pandemic Workplaces - Leader Resilience
The second of the Henley Centre for Leadership Webinar series in 2022 took place on 15th of February, through Zoom.
In this session, Caroline Rook and Chris Dalton delved further into the concept of leader resilience, with the aim of uncovering questions and assumptions that allow us to meaningfully engage in better practice for healthy and productive post-pandemic workplaces.
Read the session summary here
Leadership Gems is a new interview series from the Henley Centre for Leadership. Leadership Gems invites listeners to learn from people from across society about their involvement in leadership. Think Leadership as a life! This series will touch on our guests' leadership experiences, practices and philosophy, as well as their personal learning and light bulb moments through their career.
Series 1 out now. All episodes available below
Stay tuned for Series 2 coming soon
Phillipine Mtikitiki speaks to Bernd Vogel.
General Paul Nanson speaks to Claire Collins.
Dr Maria Ohisalo speaks to Claire Collins.
Per Mertesacker speaks to Bernd Vogel.