During this #HenleyAfrica conversation between Buddhist Monk, Gelong Thubten, and Dean of Henley Business School – Africa, Jon Foster-Pedley, explores the relationship between mindfulness and meditation, and increased profitability of our businesses.
For Jonathan Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of Henley Africa, and Dr Adri Drotskie, Henley Africa’s MBA Director, it was of critical importance that the MBA offered by Henley Africa was family-friendly. The MBA programme is, therefore, a part-time programme that runs over 30-months and provides enough flexibility that students have time for their families, other commitments and their full-time jobs.
NIGEL CASEY – BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER TO SOUTH AFRICA– 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 Foster-Pedley and shares insights around his time in No.…
To date over 1100 students from Henley Africa have graduated with an MBA and we now have 60% of Henley’s global MBA students at this campus. – shares Adri Drotskie, MBA Director at Henley Africa A total of 107 Henley Business School Africa MBA students have graduated this year, the highest number ever, representing 62%…
How will you as a leader work with diverse opinions and address possible assaults on values in global and globalising organisations? – asks Prof Theo Veldsman Two internationally recognised thought leaders teamed up with over 80 contributors to produce the most comprehensive and ‘biggest’ business leadership book ever published in South Africa, entitled ‘Leadership –…
“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.
Listen to this fascinating #HenleyAfrica MBA conversation with Barry – including playing for Nelson Mandela, 20+ years touring with Johnny Clegg, and more.y.
Listen to this interesting and revealing #HenleyAfrica discussion between Loyiso Bala and Gareth Armstrong where Loyiso shares his MBA experience.
During this frank & direct conversation, Gareth Armstrong asks Jon Foster-Pedley, if attending a business school & an MBA is worth the time, effort & money.
Ivor Haarburger, former CEO of the Gallo/Warner Music Group, talks to Gareth Armstrong about his decades of music industry experience.