September 1st 2015
Compendium of CRF research – 2016
Within this short compendium of CRF research, we present the executive summaries from a selection of some of our most recent work. While each of these articles explore a different issue, there are a number of good practice principles uniting them, all of which are required for a strong, coherent and effective people strategy.
This compendium of CRF research includes executive summaries from the following research reports:
• Leadership Development – is it fit for purpose?
• Coaching – business essential or management fad?
• Storytelling – getting the message across
• Organisational Agility
• HR’s Contribution to Creativity and Innovation
• Developing an Effective HR Strategy
We trust you will find the summaries in this compendium of CRF research of interest and they provide a flavour to the issues we explore, the rigour of our work and the focus on practical recommendations in our research. If you are interested in receiving the full copy of one of the featured reports or discussing the benefits of CRF membership for your organisation, please contact Richard Hargreaves, Commercial Director, on +44 (0) 20 7470 7287 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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