Business and People Strategy and Performance

CRF Community Event – HR Directors, By Invitation

  • Digital Events
  • October 5, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm UTC-1
  • United Kingdom

To register to this invite only event, please contact the CRF Events Team.

Recent events have forced organisations to examine the fundamentals of their future success. Companies are re-assessing their business models, product strategies and routes to market, and consequently their definitions of performance and success. Additionally, new ways of working now challenge some of the traditional approaches to performance assessment.

Therefore, this community session will explore the following questions:

  • How are changing business models and imperatives affecting the definition of performance and performance culture?
  • What have we learned about performance from the experiences of the last 18+ months, and how do we incorporate these learnings into future processes?
  • Has there been a sea change in employee’s attitudes to performance and performance management, and if so, what action do we need to take?

Join us to share your thoughts and hear from CRF member companies on what they are doing to realign their performance management systems. We will also share key findings from our latest research on the topic, to be released as a briefing paper ahead of the community event.

The purpose of the HRD Community is to provide an exclusive space for HR Directors operating at Group, Regional or Divisional level to come together to share good practices, challenge each other’s thinking and learn together.

We look forward to having you join us in October.

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