Henley Business School has been ranked in the top position for alumni networks by The Economist magazine in the UK.
The precariat is a new social class being formed by people who have an existence without predictability or security. This is the phenomenon that fuelled Trump’s success and drove Brexit and a global phenomenon. It demands that we all think in new ways about how we work and lead.
“I didn’t expect it to be anything like it was. I was expecting it to be project management and all this boring stuff, but it was highly intelligent and engaging.”
What is the root cause of the problems we hear repeated so often in our boardrooms? As a disillusioned junior manager, how do I inspire or motivate my staff? And how do we easily and effectively connect with those around us? These are just a few of the questions we pose to Tracey Swanepoel, a business strategist, creative consultant, and firm believer that "the shortest distance between two people is a story", during this #AskAnExpert conversation here on Henley Business Radio.
During this #AskAnExpert conversation, Gareth Armstrong enjoys the company and insights of Paula Quinsee, a relationship expert, author, and speaker. They discuss the ins and outs of personal and professional relationships, as well as the intersection of the two and how to navigate these sometimes tricky waters. Other questions include: How do you define emotional baggage? What does compromising in a relationship really mean? And what is the link between profit and relationships?
Joseph Gerassi, Executive Head of Redhill, joins Henley Business School Dean, Jon Foster-Pedley, for this fascinating conversation around the evolution of education and the incredible results Gerassi and his team are seeing as they break new ground in a sector in South Africa that has seen little to no true innovation and growth.