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Ian Turner, former director of programmes at Henley Management College, is one of a number of top faculty and staff to be scooped up by Duke Corporate Education in the past few months.

Mr Turner will join Duke CE this month, as will Kim Taylor-Thompson, who will be managing director in Duke CE’s New York office. Prof Taylor-Thompson previously worked as professor of clinical law at New York University. She has also taught at Georgetown, Stanford and Yale.

A third May appointee is Shailendra Mehta, who is quitting his job as professor of management at Purdue University to join Duke CE.

Leslie Gadman, former Cap Gemini consultant and faculty member of the International Business School on the Isle of Man, in the UK, will join Duke CE in June.

Mr Turner was at Henley for 20 years, during which time he ran the full gamut of Henley programmes. He will be a managing director for Duke CE in the UK.

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