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All Africa Business Leaders Awards – the winners, include Thembalihle Baloyi, Henley MBA alumnus

All Africa Entrepreneur of the Year

Thembalihle Baloyi

Discovery Insure, Founder and Executive Director

Gordhan is a man of true grit

For us at Henley Business School Africa, he is the personification of active corporate citizenship. His courage inspires us, his unshakeable moral compass and sense of purpose are a beacon to all of us.

MINISTER OF Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan became the first South African to ever receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Reading’s Henley Business School yesterday.

Gordhan enjoined the 180 MBA graduates at Kyalami’s Theatre on the Track to go back to their businesses and fight against corruption and collusion in all its forms.

Henley Business School Africa Side Hustle in the workplace Jon Foster Pedley HR Futures
Sidehustles are becoming significant in the workplace

And ironically, if we go back to the study, it’s the micro-businesses that encourage the greatest degree of latitude when it comes to side-hustling.

Reporting frameworks must not neutralise a wider commitment to integrity

While the Dean welcomes the present response to bribery, corruption and State capture, he asserts, “Sooner or later it will be business as usual and the onus is on us as teachers and mentors to ensure that our next generation of leaders don’t become complacent and slip back into the bad old ways. Just as corruption becomes systemic, we need to be educating our future leaders in a way that good governance becomes systemic.

Henley Business School goes platinum – Equipping graduates to become the future leaders of Africa

Henley has designed the Creative MBA and actively seeks out creatives who may not had the opportunity  to join in this journey.

Businesses must ‘do good’ in order to ‘do well’ by dean Jon Foster-Pedley
As we move through the process of the State Capture inquiry, it can still be difficult to understand even the effect of blatant high-level corruption on the average family in South Africa. How can we begin to have conversations about what is fair remuneration for...
largest-ever number MBA students graduated from Henley Business School Africa (Henley Africa) at the end of September 2018
Largest ever number of MBA students graduated at Henley Africa this year
10th October 2018, South Africa. The largest-ever number MBA students graduated from Henley Business School Africa (Henley Africa) at the end of September 2018. This year 183 students will be awarded Henley Africa’s world-renowned triple-accredited international...
Henley Business School Africa Jon Foster Pedley AfricaDean
Business school directors in their own words
27 JULY 2018 - 12:03 DAVID FURLONGER Picture: THINKSTOCK Experts in the field discuss the problems schools face, such as the value of teaching ethics, new approaches to leadership and management, the need for "spiritual intelligence", entrepreneurship in the informal...
The role of business schools in creating ethical leaders
Corruption and collusion are poisoning SA. Business schools have a critical role to play in creating honest, transparent leadership 01 OCTOBER 2018 - 10:53 JON FOSTER-PEDLEY Once upon a time we were appalled when the minister of health squandered R15m on the musical...

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Henley Africa - Gelong Thubten Podcast FI
Can Mindfulness Improve Business? – Gelong Thubten

Q: Is There A Formula To Succession? The Group Talent Manager for Sun International says there are “DEFINITE “DO’S” “. Listen to find out more.

Succession and Evolving HR – Ashnie Muthusamy – Group Talent Manager – Sun International

Q: Is There A Formula To Succession? The Group Talent Manager for Sun International says there are “DEFINITE “DO’S” “. Listen to find out more.

Henley Africa Dr Mamphele Ramphela Interview Jon Foster Pedley Transform Africa
Reimagining South Africa – Dr Mamphela Ramphele

Dr Mamphela Ramphele and Jon Foster-Pedley discuss what must be done in order to achieve our incredible potential. Don’t miss this important conversation.

Dan Patlansky Henley Intelligence Jon Foster-Pedley Podcast Music Guitar Art Business Skills Talent Drugs - Smaller
South Africa’s Jimi Hendrix: Dan Patlansky

How did Jozi-boy, Dan Patlansky, rise to be considered one of the top five guitarists in the world? Listen to this massively insightful #HenleyIntelligence conversation as Jon and Dan discuss rankings and ratings, the creative process, drug use, talent, and more.

Wayne Duvenage - Henley Intelligence - Jon Foster-Pedley - June 2018 - Podcast MP3 - Corporate Activism Active Citizens
Is OUTA The Answer? ft. Wayne Duvenage

Does OUTA have the resources and the teeth to really make a difference? We explore the answer to this question and more with the CEO of the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse, who elaborates on the ongoing developments, successes, and opportunities made available to the public through their efforts.

Nigel Casey – British High Commissioner | HBR
- Listen as Dean of Henley Business School - Africa, Jon Foster-Pedley, engages with the very interesting Nigel Casey, British High Commissioner to South Africa  [LISTEN]: Nigel Casey,  British High Commissioner to South Africa, talks to our Dean, Jonathon...
Helena Dolny – Conversations We Fear To Have

“We suffer more because of conversations we didn’t have.” – Listen to this fascinating discussion between Helena Dolny and Dean of HBS, Jon Foster-Pedley.

“Trends As Business Strategy” – with Dion Chang

Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean of Henley Africa talks to well known trends guru and analyst, Dion Chang of Flux Trends, about “Trends As Business Strategy.”

Barry Van Zyl – Music Wunderkind & Industry Reformist

Listen to this fascinating #HenleyAfrica MBA conversation with Barry – including playing for Nelson Mandela, 20+ years touring with Johnny Clegg, and more.y.

Loyiso Bala – “I Want To Change The Music Business!”

Listen to this interesting and revealing #HenleyAfrica discussion between Loyiso Bala and Gareth Armstrong where Loyiso shares his MBA experience.

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" I spent so much time at Henley last year and engaging with you guys is always a pleasure. Even my kids have fallen in love with the brand. And I have even recruited a friend of mine to apply for the MBA programme. Please would you pass my regards and words of appreciation to Jon for believing in me and for being an approachable Dean that motivates us to keep working hard. "

Amos Kova  CEO: SOUTH AFRICAN PROFESSIONAL NETWORK ASSOCIATION

“ It takes talent to lead and challenge people to think differently, to open up their world to new and unexplored ways of doing things - thank you, Henley Business School. "

Vanessa Chetty  AWARD: TOP STUDENT - W&RSETA HENLEY INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (ILDP)

“ The Henley MBA brings ethics into almost all the modules making one self-aware around one’s decisions, actions and consequences as a leader. Henley sets out a wonderful environment to learn and experience things – safe and risk free. ”

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