New for 2021, this online programme will build on our recent research around a new world of work and how HR can help organisations respond, reset and thrive. George Bernard Shaw defined insanity as doing the same thing and expecting a different outcome. If businesses respond to disruption by hoping everything will be all right, they’ll endure the same fate as Blockbuster or Toys R Us. In this environment businesses must get on the front foot and become the disruptors in their industry.
This online workshop will provide the practical tools and techniques required for HR to build new ways of working, and a framework through which HR can develop the key capabilities needed to create your future organisation.
Benefits of Attending
Like all our programmes, Disrupt or Die, is grounded in our passion for changing the mindset of HR from HR centric to business centric. It will connect you directly to the key conversations your business is having about how to reset post-coronavirus and thrive in the future. It will provide you with the tools to play a leading role in these conversations, and move from responding to tactical people related needs to driving the strategic future of your organisation.
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated disruption around shifting demographics, new technologies and geopolitical tensions. We have adapted both our content, and our learning formats to meet this pace of change and deliver a high-quality and relevant digital programme. Specifically, it will:
- Reposition you to be a leader in debates around disruption
- Change people’s mindsets to see HR as key to creating organisational capabilities that underpin business performance
- Give you the confidence to drive strategic conversations about culture and organisation design across HR
Who Should Attend?
The programme is relevant to all who are grappling with how to reposition their organisations and HR functions in the face of disruption. It will be valuable to HRDs, Senior HRBPs and senior specialists particularly those in resourcing, talent, learning and OD roles.
The cost of the programme is £1,650 (+VAT) for CRF members and £3,300 (+VAT) for non-members.
Online Programme Dates
- 19 – 23 April: 09.00 – 11.00
- Faculty hour one week later
Director, CRF Learning
Nick Holley as Director of CRF Learning has responsibility to provide development for HR teams and senior professionals. Prior to joining CRF, Nick spent 10 years at Henley Business School where he was a visiting professor and Director of the Centre for HR Excellence. He has developed and delivered HR capability programmes for organisations across the UK and Europe, and internationally.