Henry Senko

Henry Senko

Author

Henry Senko, an author and applied research consultant, is a founder and a managing partner of MHA Institute Inc. For the past seven years, he has been focusing on learning in the workplace, consulting with individuals, teams, and organizations in both the public and private sectors. His specialty lies in working with managers and teams to design work processes that incorporate learning as a part of daily work routines. Henry has a trades background in automotives, has taught at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, and has managed operations in a number of organizations. Since 1992, Henry has been focusing on learning in the workplace, consulting with individuals, teams, and organizations in both the public and private sectors. Henry has a Master of Business Administration degree, with a focus on Emergent Strategy in Organizations. He has a Doctorate in Professional Studies degree, with a focus on Sustainability and Organizational Design. Henry is qualified to administer the Strategic Alignment Instrument, and the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument®.

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