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Is the travel industry in trouble?
Professor Adrian Palmer discusses how the tourism industry is looking to exit the pandemic. How can airlines and hotels survive and even thrive in a post coronavirus world.
Are you the right FIT?
How do you fit into your workplace and can that change over time. Prof Karen Jansen joins Mark Swain to discuss the toll poor fit does for wellbeing and job satisfaction.
Are all movies created sequel?
We are living in the age of movie sequels and cinematic universes. Why is that?
Professor Peter Miskell explains the economics of Hollywood and how long film followups may stick around.
The 4 day workweek. Four better or four worse?
Businesses in 2019 are striving to better understand their employees’ desires and aspirations, to allow them to hire the best people and to keep those people content and more productive in the workplace.
How do you keep four generations working together effectively and happily? We discussed the pro's and con's in a panel discussion earlier in the year with;
- Jo Fairley, Co-Founder of Green & Black’s Chocolate.
- Adrian Moorhouse MBE, Managing Director, Lane4 and gold medal olympian.
- Nigel Jeremy, Former Chief Learning Officer for BA.
- Professor Karen Jansen, Our own Professor in Leadership and Change.
As the podcast was recorded live there are some inconsistencies with the audio. We apologise if this impacts your listening experience.
Find out more about the 'Four Better or Four Worse' research at https://www.henley.ac.uk/fourdayweek
Four minds, one ocean & part 2!
Heads together and row are back after their 2000 mile row across the Atlantic Ocean.
Dr Caroline Rook, Lecturer in Leadership at Henley has led a research project about the team. Focusing on resilience you can find out more about the project and white paper here; hly.ac/row
The Quiet Leader
Do you have to be outgoing and extroverted to be an inspirational and effective leadership? Dr Claire Collins joins Mark Swain to discuss how her research argues (without shouting) against this misbelief.
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