December 15th 2017
CRF 2018 Programme
Our purpose is to increase the effectiveness of the HR function, in order to drive sustained organisational performance, through developing the capability of HR professionals. With a network of over 200 leading organisations, we continue to grow as the respected focal point and knowledge source for improving corporate and individual performance.
CRF's 2018 programme covers the following topics:
- Appreciative Inquiry and The New Change Equation
- Designing Adaptable Organisations for Tomorrow's Challenges
- What is Organisational Culture and Why Should We Care?
- Coaching in a Thinking Environment
- Neuroscience for Leadership
- Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving
- Digital Disruption - Update, Discussion, Networking
- International Conference: Building and Sustaining High-Performance Teams
- The Future of Jobs, Work and Working
To find out more about each of the event topics, additional meetings and upcoming CRF research projects, please download or view a copy of CRF's 2018 programme. Alternatively, view our events pages to find out more about each of the events.
Not a member? For more details on how your organisation can benefit from CRF membership please contact Richard Hargreaves, Commercial Director, on +44 (0) 20 3457 2640 or e-mail at email@example.com.
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