Andrew Kakabadse

Professor Andrew Kakabadse is an internationally renowned expert on boards, top team management and leadership. A professor of governance and strategic leadership at Henley Business School, he is currently working on a major global study of boardroom effectiveness and governance practice.

Latest Articles by Andrew Kakabadse

  1. 25 January, 2017

    The overstretched non-exec and balancing a portfolio

    Holding more than three or four positions may mean non-executives "simply don’t have the time to deal with the stewarding responsibilities of their job."

  1. leadership skills, intelligence

    13 February, 2018

    The Five Qs – a recipe for effective leadership

    Effective leaders create organisations focused on delivering value, but most of all they need the “Five Qs”, says Andrew Kakabadse, professor of governance and leadership at Henley Business School.

  1. chemistry, testosterone, hormone replacement therapy, hrt

    21 September, 2018

    The chemistry of leadership: can hormone replacement therapy help?

    Does hormone replacement therapy (HRT) hold the answers to helping executives counter stress and act more effectively as they age? Nada and Andrew Kakabadse explore how testosterone and other supplements can support top team decision-making.

  1. Leadership, success, achievement, team work

    28 September, 2018

    Resilient leadership: how leaders can survive trauma

    How do leaders and organisations become resilient? Andrew Kakabadse considers how leaders can bounce back from mistakes and trauma.

  1. boardroom success, board skills

    9 October, 2018

    Harnessing conflict for boardroom success

    Chairmen need to become accustomed to challenge and receiving feedback as corporate governance becomes more testing than ever before.