Studying for the Henley MBA will challenge you to think strategically about business and management and strengthen you and your organisation’s competitive edge instantly. From the very first day, you will learn to apply familiar management competences in business environments and to think and apply the tools from each stage and numerous projects into your organisation. This important part of the programme ensures you get the opportunity to immerse yourself in your working environment and business context. Who is the Henley MBA for? The Henley MBA is designed for experienced, practising managers. It aims to give managers the capability to build successful careers in a rapidly changing business world. Students from a wide variety of backgrounds, add to the richness of the experience. Flexibility is the key to the Henley MBA. Whatever your commitments, you can study at any time and in any place. We recognise that distance learning is not an easy option. Throughout the programme you will be supported by our unique blend of tutor and peer support, e-learning and face-to-face workshops so that you don’t feel isolated. We have designed a schedule, which will enable you to manage your progression with your intake. We have also designed support mechanisms to keep you on track. The Flexible Executive MBAThe Henley MBA by Flexible Learning is a part-time programme delivered through a blend of face-to-face workshops, peer group learning team activities, on-line and off-line individual and group self-study methods. Over the 2½ years of the programme, individuals study and share experiences with similar experienced professionals from a wide variety of managerial backgrounds. The programme has a number of aims for its programme members, including:
The events will take place at the state-of-the-art Henley campus, in Paulshof Johannesburg.
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) – the study of how the interaction of the brain, language and body produces patterns of behaviour – is a valuable tool for communicating effectively and stimulating behavioural change.
NLP for Behavioural Change is the second of two modules in the Post-Graduate Certificate in Coaching. It offers experiential and practical training in core technologies of coaching and behavioural change – based on the principle of modelling what works, and understanding why it does. Drawing on various schools of thought in psychology as well as coaching techniques already covered in the first module, this module gives an in-depth explanation of what NLP is and how it can be used at an individual and organisational level. The programme is presented and applied in a coaching style, thus giving students intense coaching exposure and practice. At the same time, participants learn alongside a wide range of people, thus enhancing their experience and flexibility both as coaches and coachees. The programme is presented by Patricia Bossons, Director for the Henley Centre for Coaching and Facilitation and Denis Sartain, a practising coach who runs his own business, and coaches clients in the UK and around the world. It is designed to allow external student participation, from corporate clients and individuals who wish to undertake NLP training, without the academic accreditation. Course content Workshop One (4 days)
Workshop Two (4 days)