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May 21st 2020

Post Meeting Notes - The Geopolitical Outlook - How Is It Changing?

On 19th May 2020, PARC and CRF members gathered for The Geopolitical Outlook – How Is It Changing?, a Zoom Interactive Event. Professor Amelia Hadfield, Chair in European and International Relations and Head of the Department of Politics at the University of Surrey, led us in discussion of the current and potential future impact of Covid-19 on the geopolitical environment.

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  • Coronavirus
  • GEOPOLITICAL
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May 19th 2020

Geopolitical Outlook - A lot has changed! - Amelia Hadfield's slides

2020 Post Covid appraisals - Amelia Hadfield's slides

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  • Coronavirus
  • COVID-19
  • Economics & Society
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May 19th 2020

The Geopolitical Outlook with Prof. Amelia Hadfield

On 19th May 2020, PARC and CRF members gathered for The Geopolitical Outlook – How Is It Changing?, a Zoom Interactive Event. Professor Amelia Hadfield, Chair in European and International Relations and Head of the Department of Politics at the University of Surrey, led us in discussion of the current and potential future impact of Covid-19 on the geopolitical environment.

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  • Coronavirus
  • GEOPOLITICAL
  • International Business
  • Political Savvy
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May 15th 2020

Speed Read: Let's Get (Beyond) Physical: Crafting A Multidimensional Approach To Employee Wellbeing

How can employers take a multidimensional, strategic, systematic, and 'whole-person' approach to employee wellbeing? Find out in this speed read.

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  • Employee Relations
  • Wellbeing
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May 14th 2020

Post Meeting Notes - Employee Engagement Through The Crisis

On 13th May 2020, CRF members gathered for Employee Engagement Through the Crisis, a Zoom Interactive Peer Exchange. CRF Research Director Gillian Pillans led a conversation with Jamie Cunningham, Senior People Science Consultant at Glint, Sean Mills, Director at ENGAGE, Victoria Talbot, Head of Brand and Engagement and Louise Harrison, Director HR Centre of Expertise at Direct Line Group, and Andy Moat, People Director at B&Q on how to keep employees motivated and engaged in the face of both the personal and business uncertainty engendered by the Covid-19 crisis.

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  • Employee Engagement
  • Employee Relations
  • Coronavirus
  • Crisis Management
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May 13th 2020

Let's Get (Beyond) Physical: Crafting A Multidimensional Approach To Employee Wellbeing

How can employers take a multidimensional, strategic, systematic, and 'whole-person' approach to employee wellbeing? Find out in this research report.

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  • Wellbeing
  • Employee Relations
  • multidimensional
  • Strategic Workforce Planning
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May 13th 2020

Employee Engagement Through The Crisis Zoom Interactive Event

On 13th May 2020, CRF members gathered for Employee Engagement Through the Crisis, a Zoom Interactive Peer Exchange. CRF Research Director Gillian Pillans led a conversation with Jamie Cunningham, Senior People Science Consultant at Glint, Sean Mills, Director at ENGAGE, Victoria Talbot, Head of Brand and Engagement and Louise Harrison, Director HR Centre of Expertise at Direct Line Group, and Andy Moat, People Director at B&Q on how to keep employees motivated and engaged in the face of both the personal and business uncertainty engendered by the Covid-19 crisis.

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  • Employee Engagement
  • Employee Relations
  • Employee Voice
  • Crisis Management
  • Coronavirus
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May 11th 2020

Post Meeting Notes – Leadership & Learning: Peer Exchange Forum Two

This summary shares some of the key insights from the zoom interactive session held on 7th May surrounding leadership & learning. We shared approaches to development during the crisis and discussed plans to support our workforces as we return to work and a ‘new normal’.

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May 7th 2020

Post Meeting Notes - What is Happening to the Economy?

On 5th May 2020, PARC and CRF members gathered for What Is Happening to the Economy?, a Zoom Interactive Event. Economist, Chairman of Capital Economics, and Telegraph columnist Roger Bootle led us in discussion of the current and potential future impact of COVID-19 on the economy.

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  • Economy
  • Coronavirus
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May 6th 2020

The Economic Impact of COVID-19 - Roger Bootle Slides

The Economic Impact of COVID-19 - Roger Bootle Slides

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