Learning & Development
This practice area focuses on content including management and leadership development, team and individual development, and coaching
19 February 2018
2018 International Conference Brochure: Building & Sustaining High Performance Teams
Now in its 10th year, CRF’s annual international conference is one of the largest gatherings of senior HR Directors in Europe, delivering two days of intellectual challenge, stimulation and learning. The theme for this year’s conference is 'Building and Sustaining High Performance Teams – Learning from Analogies’, and will consider the way elite sportspeople, the military and musicians come together and perform at the highest level for sustained periods.More info
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.
The science of learning and development: lessons from neuroscience - Lane4
Did you know that the average adult human brain contains approximately 86 billion neurons? Scientists are learning more and more about the brain every day and this growing knowledge is helping us understand the ways we learn, develop and change behaviour. Whilst a lot of L&D research has previously focused on observed behavioural changes, considering the underlying neuroscience is becoming increasingly important.
In this white paper, we examine some key principles from current thinking in neuroscience, and how you can use these principles to enhance your L&D strategy.
Lessons from neuroscience covers:
• 3 common neuroscience myths
• Neuroscience strategies, and how you can apply them to L&D
The science of learning and development: the four foundation stones - Lane4
70% of delegates revert to previous behaviours a year after their L&D courses.
Whilst it’s an uncomfortably large number, not all courses suffer from this issue. What differentiates those that succeed and those that don’t is the quality of course.
This white paper explores four foundations that should underpin the development of any effective L&D strategy in the 21st century.
The four foundation stones covers:
• The philosophy that should underpin your L&D strategy
• Insight into the difference between adult and child learning
• Advice on creating a ‘safe’ culture for learning
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February 19th 2018
2018 International Conference Flyer: Building & Sustaining High Performance Teams
Now in its 10th year, CRF’s annual international conference is one of the largest gatherings of senior HR Directors in Europe, delivering two days of intellectual challenge, stimulation and learning. The theme for this year’s conference is 'Building and Sustaining High Performance Teams – Learning from Analogies’. This flyer provides a brief snapshot of the event including keynote speaker line-up, topics and content, and registration details.Read Event Document
January 12th 2018
CRF Learning 2018 Open Programme: Becoming an Effective HRD
This programme will improve capability in planning, implementing and evaluating HR initiatives and supporting delegates in managing key organisational relationships. Attendees will typically be the Head of an HR Centre of Excellence / Expertise, Head of an HR Shared Services Operation or a Senior HR Business Partner, with aspirations of a first HR Director role, or be new in position as a HR Director, or be looking to significantly increase the effectiveness and business impact as an existing HRD.Read Event Document
January 12th 2018
CRF Learning 2018 Open Programme: HRBP- Business Catalyst
This programme will go beyond developing skills to shifting mindsets, and will focus on moving from a HR focus to a business focus. Attendees will be existing HR Business Partners, specialists moving into the role or HR Managers ready for a more strategic position.Read Event Document