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March 23rd 2020

CRF Coronavirus Statement

The circumstances of the last few weeks have had an unprecedented impact on individuals, business and society as a whole. Whilst we are all uncertain as to the future, we have to make some decisions and assumptions about the Coronavirus epidemic and how CRF will continue to deliver value and support to our members, partners and broader network.

  • Tags
  • Coronavirus
  • Employee Engagement
  • Wellbeing
  • HR Strategy
  • Strategic Workforce Planning
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March 17th 2020

Remote Working Recommendations

Remote working has become a significant factor within a flexible working environment, and especially amidst the current outbreak of COVID-19, remote working is a reality for more of us than ever before. This document summarises some recommendations for maximising the effectiveness of this way of working.

  • Tags
  • Flexible Working
  • Coronavirus
  • Productivity
  • Remote Working
  • Developing Employees
  • Wellbeing
  • HR Strategy
  • Communication
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March 5th 2020

HR’s Role in Creating Purpose and Meaning in Organisations

At our CRF event, HR Leaders' Forum: Building Purposeful Organisations, John Whelan MBE, Director of CRF, discussed how HR creates purpose in business. What impact has digital disruption had, and how till technology change the nature of jobs? How is the role of organisations changing in society and what steps can we take to ensure our supply chains match our values? How can we deal with growth, innovation, speed and agility? What can we do to ensure we have an inclusive culture that promotes wellbeing?

  • Tags
  • Strategic HR
  • HR Strategy
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • HR Technology
  • Culture
  • Wellbeing
  • Inclusion
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June 28th 2019

CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Communicate, Work & Behave with Rahaf Harfoush

Technology is fundamentally changing how we connect with each other, leading to new behaviours, belief systems and social norms. However, the ethical and moral standards that determine how to behave are not keeping pace. In conversation with Digital Anthropologist Rahaf Harfoush, we discuss what the evolving digital culture means for relationships at work and beyond, how organisations need to adapt to an age of information overload, and the implications for HR.

  • Tags
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Culture
  • Digital
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Motivating People
  • Organisation Development
  • Risk
  • Talent Management
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June 18th 2019

Post Meeting Notes - Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Work, Communicate & Behave

These Post Meeting Notes summarise the key points from CRF's 2019 Summer Lecture, Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Communicate, Work and Behave. Rahaf Harfoush, Digital Anthropologist explains the five forces which influence our behaviour in relation to digital culture.

  • Tags
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Culture
  • Data
  • Digital
  • Machine Learning
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Motivating People
  • Security & Privacy
  • Talent Management
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June 13th 2019

Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Communicate, Work & Behave Presentation

In this presentation, Rahaf Harfoush explores the impacts of the digital age, taken from CRF's 2019 Summer Lecture. What are the five forces which influence our behaviour in relation to digital culture? Are we holding ourselves accountable for the impacts of our technology?

  • Tags
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Culture
  • Data
  • Digital
  • Machine Learning
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Motivating People
  • Security & Privacy
  • Talent Management
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May 17th 2019

CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World with Nick Morgan

Face-to-face communication is becoming rarer in the modern workplace, with ever more interactions taking place virtually. However, research shows that virtual communication is much less effective, and it’s hard to build trust that’s essential to effective relationships at work. In conversation with Nick Morgan, author of Can You Hear Me? How to Connect with People in a Virtual World, we discuss the pitfalls, how to improve communication in remote and/or virtual working environments, and the role HR policies can play.

  • Tags
  • Coaching
  • Culture
  • Difficult Conversations
  • Diversity
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Managing People
  • Negotiations
  • Receiving Feedback
  • Security & Privacy
  • Transformation
  • Coronavirus
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April 30th 2019

CRFCast - HR Insights from the Corporate Research Forum: Developing Talent Acquisition Strategies to Win the War for Talent with Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

Finding and hiring talent is a key business priority, but competition for top talent is fiercer than ever. To succeed, organisations have to develop robust resourcing strategies, using reliable assessment tools and sourcing methods to attract, select and retain the best candidates. In conversation with Professor Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, we discuss the latest technology and trends in resourcing and explore how organisations can make better hiring decisions.

  • Tags
  • Analytics
  • Diversity
  • Employee Retention
  • Employee Value Proposition
  • Hiring
  • Machine Learning
  • Security & Privacy
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March 6th 2019

AI in HR: What, Why, Where, When, How

What is AI and how can it be applied in HR practice? Explore the answers in this presentation from Nigel Guenole, Director of Research at Goldsmiths, University of London.

  • Tags
  • Being an HR Director
  • Competitive Strategy
  • Employee Relations
  • Employee Value Proposition
  • Employee Voice
  • Flexible Working
  • Generational Issues
  • Global Strategy
  • Hiring
  • HR Models
  • Machine Learning
  • Remco
  • Security & Privacy
  • Strategic Workforce Planning
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Strategy
  • Wellbeing
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