About the Humanistic Management Network UK Chapter
The UK Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network is focused on building bridges between management education and practice and is building a strong footprint within the global Humanistic Management community.
Are universities teaching the skills that are actually needed in today’s rapidly changing workplaces? Are they incorporating the values that future managers will need? Please do contact the Chapter if you would like to be involved in the work of the Humanistic Management Network in the UK and beyond. We provide a forum for sharing ideas, concerns and practice at a time when geo-political events seem to be making the world a less kind and compassionate place to be. The need to be speaking up for humanistic values seems ever more urgent.
UK Chapter Team
We are very happy to introduce the members of the Humanistic Management Network UK Chapter team. Below you can find their short bio and how they contribute to the Chapter.
Christina Schwabenland leads the UK Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network
Paul Harrison is leading the business engagement of the Humanistic Management Network UK Chapter.
Ilaria Boncori (PhD, SFHEA, FLS) is a Senior lecturer at the University of Essex.
Bob is a founding member of the Humanistic Management Chapter UK.
Ernst von Kimakowitz acts as liaison to the global Humanistic Management Network community
Please explore the activities of the Humanistic Management Network UK Chapter
The Humanistic Management Network UK Chapter is proud to partner with a range of first tier academic institutions and members of the business community in the UK that are sharing our passion for strengthening the positive impact of business.
The Centre for Leadership Innovation’s purpose and goal is to explore the nature of leadership needed for healthy, effective, high performing and sustainable 21st Century organisations which also add to the public good (health, wealth and welfare).
AMED is the Association for Management Education and Development. It is a long-established membership organisation and educational charity devoted to developing and supporting people and organisations. AMED collaborates with like-minded individuals and networks.
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