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Research & Resources
Our research is an invaluable source of latest thinking and guidance in key areas of learning, performance management, organisation development, talent and people strategy.
May 22nd 2019
Webinar: Harnessing the HR Technology Revolution
Explore the opportunities and pitfalls of the new HR technology landscape for organisations, featuring Rami Pukkila from Nokia, Ian Bailie of myHRfuture Academy, Nigel Guenole from Goldsmiths, University of London, and Gillian Pillans, CRF’s Research Director.
Webinar: Effective Performance Management - Discussing the Latest Practice
Gerry Ledford, Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Effective Organizations at USC will be discussing the latest research and practice in Performance Management with Hugh Mitchell, formerly Chief HR and Corporate Officer, Shell International.
Webinar: Navigating the Future of Jobs, Work & Careers
What will future jobs look like, and how can organisations and individuals anticipate, plan, develop and deploy the skills and talent needed to meet tomorrow’s strategic needs? Listen to our on-demand to find out.
Webinar: Data-driven Talent Acquisition: What is the Future of Recruitment?
Are you involved in planning your talent acquisition and resourcing strategies, and looking to improve the overall recruitment and talent strategy? Perhaps, you are interested in exploring current innovations and recruitment trends?
Listen to our webinar on resourcing to explore key shifts in recruitment practice and hear some practical advice from our speakers on how to improve the effectiveness of your resourcing strategy, and deliver value to the business.
Would you like to excel not only in your current HR role but also in future? Perhaps, you are looking to deliver a bigger impact in your current role but struggling to achieve a desired effect? For over 25 years CRF have been researching what differentiates great HR functions and great HR people, whilst our sister organisation, Strategic Dimensions, has talked to hundreds of business clients and CEOs and has a deep understanding of what they look for in their HR people. Combining insights from both sides of the business, CRF’s webinar will explored the qualities and commercial capabilities of truly exceptional HRDs that will help aspiring HRDs assess their strong qualities but also focus on developing weaker capabilities.
Webinar: HR Analytics: Does the Reality Live up to the Hype?
Analytics is emerging as the next big trend for the HR function and is seeing a lot of interest. However, is all this hype justified and can HR analytics propel the function forward and add value to the organisation? Listen to CRF's webinar to learn what analytics can really deliver for HR and to learn more about the current trend.
Having a diverse representation of talent in the organisation isn’t the goal. Instead, when diverse talent feels included, valued and a core part of the team without having to become like the ‘norm’, then organisations see substantive gains in creativity, engagement and productivity. But how can we create an inclusive culture that supports diversity and productivity?
It has been twenty years since Dave Ulrich introduced the concept of the HR Business Partner in his book “HR Champions”. Good HR business partnering is at the core of good HR and is the foundation for many HR transformations and reorganisations. But what makes an effective HR Business Partner?
In today's rapidly changing business environment, it's more important than ever for HR to be commercial, close to the business, and clearly aligned to business strategy. However, the reality for many organisations is that HR is often disconnected from business priorities, and HR's contribution to critical strategic and commercial objectives is not always clear.
Our recent CRF webinar examined how talent management can be better aligned with the needs of the organisation, as well as organisation strategy and purpose. During the 45 minute programme the panel assessed key challenges in talent management today and the steps HR professionals can take to reinvent talent management for the 21st Century.