Henley Africa remembers Her Majesty with a two-minute silence

JOHANNESBURG – Monday 12 September 2022 – Scores of staff, faculty and students gathered at the flagpoles at Henley Business School Africa’s Johannesburg campus at noon on Monday 12 September 2022, where the flags of South Africa and the United Kingdom flew at half mast, to remember the life and times of Queen Elizabeth II,…

Henley Africa offers its support and commitment to His Majesty King Charles III

10 September 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. Henley Business School Africa extends its very best wishes and commitment of support to His Majesty King Charles III on his accession to the throne of the United Kingdom following the meeting of the Accession Council in London on Saturday 10 September. “We are uniquely British and South African,”…

Chilling in the Artic Circle is a great way to defrag the mind – but you can (and must) do it at home

The Daily Maverick 2 August 2022   JON FOSTER-PEDLEY THE HARDEST part of anything is letting go. A digital detox is no different. We have become addicted to our digital devices, just like the developers intended. The extent of the addiction is often worse for those who have to be always on, always connected –…

Corporate South Africa votes Henley Africa #Number1 MBA Business School for the fifth year

6th July 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa has been awarded a diamond arrow by PMR.Africa – its fifth in as many years – as the best MBA business school in the country according to corporate South Africa. The awards, conceptualised and run by research consultancy firm PMR.Africa, are designed to recognise and…

Servant leadership and a long-term vision key to restore trust in leadership

  South Africans are losing trust in their leaders – the BMF’s Monde Ndlovu looks to his late father for inspiration as to how we can fix that.   In conversation, Monde Ndlovu https://www.linkedin.com/in/monde-lot-ndlovu-80500b162/ doesn’t shrink from making it clear how large his late father looms in his life.   Renowned and beloved, Maduke Lot Ndlovu…

Revealing research questions the impact of African business schools

Press release: Revealing research questions the impact of African business schools   15 June 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. There is no limit to the areas in which African business schools can widen their footprint, believes Jonathan Foster-Pedley, dean and director: Henley Business School Africa and a board member of the Association of African Business Schools…

Henley Business School is top in Southern Africa for Executive Education

  26th May 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. Henley Business School is top in Southern Africa for Executive Education Latest FT ranking puts Henley Business school in the top 20 worldwide for its executive education programmes and number one in Southern Africa in the combined rankings of custom and open executive education programmes.   HENLEY Business…

Henley Africa partners as research partner for 10th AABLA Awards

HENLEY Business School Africa has been chosen once again as the research partner for the All Africa Business Leaders Awards. This is a particularly special edition of the awards, because they weren’t held last year because of COVID-19 plus this year will be the 10th time they are presented. “We are overjoyed to be partnering…

EFMD Henley Business School and Standard Bank

Henley Business School wins Silver in prestigious global awards

  Winners of the EFMD Global Excellence in Practice Awards have been announced, and this year a customised executive education programme co-designed by Henley Business School and Standard Bank has won Silver for its innovative learning programme designed to develop future-fit African leaders. __________________________________________________________________________________ 19 May 2022, Johannesburg, South Africa. HENLEY Business School Africa and…

Maybe the time has come to slay the sacred cow that is the five-day working week

Maybe the time has come to slay the sacred cow that is the five-day working week 16 April 2022, Daily Maverick 168   WHEN South Africans think of employment, it’s normally framed as an issue of unemployment. It makes sense after all the latest figures are terrifying, but what’s as concerning is the tectonic shifts…