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April 15th 2019
Talent on the Move: Time for a Rethink?
With technology being such a fundamental aspect of our lives, this report focuses on global talent issues, the challenges businesses are likely to face and how digitalisation and globalisation are key to business growth. What is predicted to happen with the future of talent management? How effective are organisations in managing global talent and what are the options for moving people in the future? A number of recommendations for improving global talent management pipelines are included, along with ways to increase its effectiveness.
Executive Summary: Talent on the Move: Time for a Rethink?
This executive summary of the report explores global talent and the challenges we face. What is the likely shape of talent management in the future and what can organisations do to create more effective talent management? How can global talent pipelines be improved and how much change will organisations need to prepare for?
Speed Read: Digital Disruption - Exploring the Implications for Leaders & Leadership Development
We live in an era of digital disruption, with new technologies being invented constantly, how are these best integrated into organisations? Explore the implications of the Digital Age specifically for leadership and leadership development.
Post Meeting Review Notes - Digital Disruption: Exploring the Implications for Leaders & Leadership Development
These post meeting review notes summarise the outcomes and key messages from CRF's latest event, Digital Disruption: Exploring the Implications for Leaders & Leadership Development. They explore if and how the definition of leadership has changed in the digital age and what we need to be doing to change leadership development. Find out what the seven key capabilities are that leaders need to develop in the digital age, as well as gaining an understanding of leadership models applicable to your organisation.
This presentation from Brigitte E. Gubler, Head Leadership & Personal Growth Academy, Head Novartis Universities explores types of business drivers and how leadership expectations are likely to change. It includes a real life example of how Novartis are implementing digital capability into their organisation.
The 127 Year Old Start Up Leadership Development Challenge
Derek Bruce, Director of Leadership Development at Signify explains who Signify are and what they do. How are they evolving in times of change as a business and what leadership development strategies do they have in place?
In this presentation, Lina Guerrero from Sanitas, Bupa, explores how the start up search and selection operates. What strategies does Disruptive have in place to scout start ups who wish to change the world of health? How does leadership impact this and what can leaders take away and implement in their own organisations?
Trevor Hudson delves into the types of leadership behaviours and explains the "magnificent 7" types of leaders. How does organisational wisdom link to leadership and what can leaders do in order to grow wisdom within their organisation?
Digital Disruption - Exploring the Implications for Leaders & Leadership Development Presentation
An exploration of the predictions of how digital technology will disrupt organisations in the future, this presentation accompanies the research report, Digital Disruption - Exploring the Implications for Leaders & Leadership Development. It includes findings from research, to establish what formal procedures need to be implemented in organisations to help develop their digital leadership.
Executive Summary: Digital Disruption - Exploring the Implications for Leaders & Leadership Development
This executive summary of the report explores the implications of the Digital Age specifically for leadership and leadership development. We examine how the role and expectations of leaders are changing in the Digital Age and review the implications of these changes for leadership development practices.