Henley Business School at Women in Leadership

Press Releases Online - Friday, November 4th, 2011 -

Henley Business School is participating in the Women in Leadership QS Top MBA event, 29 October 2011.
The event is taking part in The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, SW1P 3EE in the Henry Moore and the Abbey Rooms.

Firstly there is the Round Table Networking section. Henley will have a table and representatives and Alumni talking about their experiences on Henley’s MBA programmes.
Come and meet our Alumni and find out more about Henley MBA programmes.
Bryony Moore, co-founder & Customer Care Executive Officer, Xchanging plc, UK
Nora Naughton, Managing Director, NPM Training, Naughton Project Management, UK Based
Helen Gordon, Chief executive, Royal Pharmaceutical

Secondly, Claire Collins, Director of DBA Programme at Henley Business School will be giving a presentation. “I don’t know how she does it”

Why are we talking about women as leaders? Why do we debate it at all? It is interesting, in a psychosocial sense, to look at how women lead differently from men: What attributes do they have? What is their impact on business and the teams that they lead? There are many examples of women at the top of their profession, whether they are leading organisations or leading in the sense of being at the cutting edge of expertise in their field. What initiatives are in place to help these examples to flourish and spread more widely and how do we harness this success and ensure that it is passed on to future generations?

Judith Hunt
Communications Management
Calverton House
2 Harpenden Road
St. Albans
+44 1727 737989

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