EVENTS

10th November – Finance for non-financial managers

Talk of costs, profits, budgets, break-evens, working capital, capex and financial statements can be confusing for the non-financial manager.

To be effective, you need to be financially literate. You don’t need to be an expert, but you do need to be able to interpret figures and understand what lies behind them.

This programme is for managers and business owners who want to gain confidence in dealing with financial matters.

19 November – Special Alumni Reception with Dean John Board and Dean Jon Foster-Pedley

You are cordially invited to attend a special alumni reception hosted by Henley Business School UK Dean Professor John Board on Thursday 19 November at our Kirstenhof Campus in Paulshof, Johannesburg.

Join both our UK and SA Deans, Professors John Board and Jon Foster-Pedley for an exciting evening of updates on Henley Business School and networking.

The evening will also include the next session of the Henley Africa speaker series featuring Nazlie Dickson, Executive Director of Hydraform.

13 November – MBA Info Session

The Henley Flexible Learning MBA is delivered in South Africa. It also provides an international qualification and is designed for experienced managers looking to develop their international management competencies. The programme is structured to allow you to continue working full-time while studying part-time, connecting your learning to current global and organisational issues. It provides greater flexibility as to how, when and where you achieve your MBA.

25 November – MBA Family Friendly Event – Nikki Bush

Join motivational speaker and best-selling author, Nikki Bush for “Parenting on the Run” a talk for working parents who are long on love and short on time. Learn how to cheat time, discover the art of how to be truly present whether you are at work or at home with your children and walk away with dozens of practical ideas of how to create fabulous connection opportunities and memories with your children despite your busyness.