This practice area focuses on content including resourcing and assessment, workforce planning, diversity, succession planning and specialist development
14 July 2016
Progress - Issue 4: Talent management - a critical management process in disrepair
Within this fourth edition of our e-magazine - Progress – Jay Conger, Henry Kravis Chaired Professor of Leadership Studies at Claremont McKenna College in California and Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations (CEO) at the University of Southern California, discusses the current disrepair of the talent management field.More info
CRF produces a number of practical business and people management tools on relevant topics to our members. Our tools provide a series of templates to help develop processes which will meet the needs of your organisation.
13 January 2016
Improving New Leader On-Boarding
Good on-boarding significantly reduces the likelihood of new leader under-performance and failure, along with the related tensions and costs. This checklist aims to provide some key points that can improve new leader integration.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.
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.
Director, Strategic Dimensions
Karen partners with clients to design and execute recruitment solutions to fulfil talent planning and hiring requirements. She also partners with candidates to support their career objectives and their route to securing a new role or venture.
Prior to rejoining Strategic Dimensions, Karen worked for a talent and business intelligence consultancy. Pre-resourcing, Karen worked as a corporate lawyer in the TMT sector. It was during her time as a lawyer that she got her first exposure to the importance of attraction, engagement and ongoing retention of sought after talent in a competitive market for the best candidates.
Professor of Psychology, University College London
Previously a lecturer in Psychology at Pembroke College, Oxford, Adrian he has been Professor of Psychology at UCL since 1992.
He has lectured widely abroad and held scholarships and visiting professorships at, amongst others, the University of New South Wales, the University of the West Indies, the University of Hong Kong and the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He has also been a Visiting Professor of Management at Henley Management College. He has also been made Adjunct Professor of Management at the Norwegian School of Management and has written over 1000 scientific papers and 80 books.
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The Value of Values- APS
You can hire the best, most qualified candidate in the world, but if he or she isn’t a good fit for the job or the company, you’re looking at a flight risk.Launch
The Office Play Book- APS
In business, high-performing teams can achieve superior results compared to individuals. Yet, even teams composed of talented individuals rarely perform to their maximum potential.Launch
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December 20th 2018
Speed Read: Assessing Potential
This Speed Read summarises key messages from CRF's research report of the same name. Find out how to define 'potential' and why it is important, as well as how to use the right tools and design an appropriate process for its assessment.Read Executive Summary
December 10th 2018
Speed Read: Rethinking Talent Management
CEOs consistently rank talent development as a top priority. However, research finds that there is generally low satisfaction with talent development capabilities within the business. Read this Speed Read to explore what organisations can do to better connect talent management practices with the overall business strategy.Read Executive Summary
November 13th 2018
The Future of Jobs, Work and Working
What are the forces shaping the future of work and careers? In this CRF report, we take a look at the trends shaping the future of jobs in 2018 - economic, demographic and technological changes influencing future talent needs today. Recommendations for HR professionals are also discussed.View Research