February 23rd 2017

CRF Learning Programme: Becoming an Effective HRD

The purpose of HR is not simply to 'do HR' but to build organisational capability. With this in mind, the next CRF Learning HR development programme will expand on this business centric approach. The programme is aimed at HR professionals aspiring for their first HR Director role, those new in a position of Human Resources Director or those looking to increase their effectiveness as a HR Director.

Do you believe that the purpose of HR is not simply to 'do HR' but to build the capability of the organisation to deliver its strategy and create value?We do too and to help you achieve exactly that, CRF has developed a HR development programme to help HR professionals build this capability.

The programme will expand on business centric approach to HR, enhancing your understanding of how HR delivers value. This HR development programme will improve your capability in planning, implementing and evaluating HR initiatives, as well as managing key organisational relationships.

To find out more about this CRF Learning programme and the associated costs, please view or download the informational leaflet. On attending this HR development programme, you will leave with a deep understanding of the following:

  • Value creation through HR
  • The use of evidence in HR practice
  • Measuring HR deliverables against business outcomes, and much more

In order to ensure an effective learning environment, the programme will be limited in numbers, so we recommend you reserve your place early. To find out more about this HR development programme, please contact us on +44 (0)20 7470 7104. Please note that CRF members are able to benefit from our preferential pricing offer.

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