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September 23rd 2020

Zoom Interactive Event: Disruption, Self and Anxiety

On 23rd September 2020, CRF members gathered for an inspiring and challenging Zoom Interactive Event with Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung Judge, to explore the topic Disruption, Self and Anxiety – How to Remain Effective. The session considered the role of HR and OD professionals as disruptors of the system in which we work. Using the framework of Use of Self, Mee-Yan focused on the intrapersonal work practitioners need to do in order to remain ‘grounded’ and ‘unflappable’ in order to maintain impact and effectiveness in our organisations in spite of our and our clients’ anxiety.

  • Tags
  • Disruption
  • Organisation Development
  • Crisis Management
  • Coronavirus
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August 6th 2020

Post Meeting Notes - Rethinking Careers In The New World Of Work

Career planning has changed dramatically as greater mobility, easy access to education, growing self-employment, and changing expectations are disrupting the idea of a ‘career’. At a Zoom Interactive Event on 5th August, CRF hosted HR Directors and experts in discussion on the current state and future challenges around career development in organisations, and what new approaches to career management are emerging. This summary shares some of the key insights from the discussion.

  • Tags
  • COVID-19
  • career development
  • People & HR Strategy
  • Employee Relations
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July 31st 2020

Post Meeting Notes - Trust In The Workplace

On 29th July 2020, CRF members gathered for Trust in the Workplace, a Zoom Interactive Event. Professor Veronica Hope- Hailey, President of Strategic External Engagement at the University of Bath, discussed how organisations maintain or repair trust in the face of a crisis.

  • Tags
  • Crisis Management
  • Trust
  • Responsible Management
  • Crisis
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June 17th 2020

Grow the Pie: How Great Companies Deliver Both Purpose and Profit - Professor Alex Edman's slides

These are session Slides by Professor Alex Edmans, London Business School from Grow the Pie: How Great Companies Deliver Both Purpose and Profit on 17th June 2020

  • Tags
  • Coronavirus Crisis
  • Corporate Responsibility
  • corporate social responsbility
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June 17th 2020

Post Meeting Notes - Grow The Pie: How Great Companies Deliver Both Purpose and Profit

At a Zoom Interactive event on 17th June, Professor Alex Edmans led a webinar for CRF and PARC members in which he discussed his findings with particular relevance to incentives and reward.

  • Tags
  • Coronavirus
  • Corporate Responsibility
  • corporate social responsbility
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June 11th 2020

Post Meeting Notes - Building and Maintaining Resilience

On 10th June 2020, CRF members gathered for Building and Maintaining Resilience, a Zoom Interactive Event. CRF’s Carmen von Rohr hosted Philips’ Clare Gowar and Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute’s Nick Propper in discussion on resilience – what is it, and what can organisations do to boost their people’s resilience in a situation as challenging as that of the pandemic?

  • Tags
  • Coronavirus
  • COVID-19
  • Wellbeing
  • Crisis Management
  • Inclusion
  • engagement
  • Leadership Development
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June 10th 2020

Building And Maintaining Resilience For You And Your Leaders - Nick Propper's Slides

These are Nick Propper's slides from the Zoom Interactive Event: Building and Maintaining Resilience that took place on 10th June 2020.

  • Tags
  • Coronavirus
  • COVID-19
  • Wellbeing
  • Crisis Management
  • Inclusion
  • engagement
  • Leadership Development
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June 1st 2020

Returning To The Workplace

What does HR need to be thinking about as businesses begin to return to work?

  • Tags
  • Coronavirus
  • Employee Engagement
  • Wellbeing
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May 27th 2020

Let's Get (Beyond) Physical: Crafting a Multidimensional Approach to Employee Wellbeing – Carmen von Rohr's Slides

These slides are from the CRF Zoom interactive event on Employee Wellbeing that took place on 27 May 2020. Here Carmen von Rohr discusses the findings of CRF's latest research report.

  • Tags
  • Employee Voice
  • Wellbeing
  • Coronavirus
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