Learning & Development
This practice area focuses on content including management and leadership development, team and individual development, and coaching
Access to our Expert Advisory Forum is available online to CRF members. This in-house briefing service enables members to seek the views of a range of specialists, in addition to our own team of experienced HR professionals.
Independent L&D Consultant and Coach
David has worked in talent management, leadership development, and organisational change for over 30 years, and has held senior executive positions in the UK and US. Formerly Group Director of Learning and Development at RSA Insurance, David has worked as an independent Learning & Development Consultant and Coach since 2005. He has consulted to clients in the retail, pharmaceutical, healthcare, brewing, automobile, oil, and professional services sectors.
Research Director, Corporate Research Forum
Gillian Pillans has worked as a senior HR practitioner and OD specialist for several organisations including Swiss Re, Vodafone and BAA. Prior to her HR career, she was a management consultant with Deloitte Consulting and is also a qualified solicitor.
Gillian has written various CRF reports on subjects including HR strategy, organisation design and development, leadership development, coaching and diversity.
Why the 70:20:10 model isn’t enough to build a learning organisation - Lane4
As the business landscape continues to change, companies need to become “learning organisations” that can rapidly adapt and take on new skills. To help build this capacity, many organisations have adopted the “70:20:10 rule” to help shape learning – but this isn’t enough. Listen to Lane4's on demand webinar where Dr. Alison Maitland, Head of Product, and Amy Aggleton, Product Development Lead, discuss:
• The origins, advantages, and shortcomings of the 70:20:10 model
• How leaders learn best
• Practical tips on how to create sustainable learning and build a learning organisation
The future of learning: Making technology sweat - Lane4
The integration of technology into large-scale learning and development programmes is inevitable and, as a business case, a no-brainer. However, simply making a programme more digital is by no means a guaranteed business win. Get it right, and the ROI is substantial. Get it wrong, and it’s money down the drain. This whitepaper includes:
• Key tips for designing and successfully integrating technology into your learning and development programmes
• Information on how to use technology to create meaningful shift in terms of thinking, behaviour and ultimately business performance
• Insight into the balance needed between tech-enabled and face to face learning for development
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24 July 2017
Research Findings and Recommendations: Learning - The Foundation for Agility and Sustainable Performance
This presentation summarises the key messages and recommendations from CRF's research report - "Learning - The Foundation for Agility and Sustainable Performance". It will provide busy HR professionals with an overview of key messages and findings from the research.Read more Share