January 20th 2017

CRF Learning Programme: HRBP – Business Catalyst

CRF Learning's upcoming programme is a development course aimed at existing HR Business Partners, specialists moving into the role or HR managers ready for a more strategic position. This programme will examine the attitudes that differentiate great HRBP’s and by working through CRF’s Strategic HR framework, enhance your capabilities in a range of areas to increase your effectiveness.

To find out more about the course please refer to the flyer or contact Harriet Ojo on harriet@crforum.co.uk. Alternatively, please call our offices on +44 (0) 2074707104.

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The rise of the digital economy has resulted in a fundamental shift in business models across industries, leading to many organisations having to reinvent themselves. For many industries, delivering solutions enabled by digital technology is not just a strategic option, but a requirement of survival. This forthcoming CRF European masterclass will explore how we need to design our organisations to remain competitive in the face of fast-changing business models and disruptive emerging competitors.

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December 15th 2017

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What did 2017 look like for us? Well...nearly 2,000 HR professionals attended CRF-led events, with over 300 hours of learning delivered. 400 senior HR and business leaders joined us in Amsterdam for our 9th International Conference and 200 participants attended CRF Learning programmes. Download our 2017 summary to find out more about our key deliverables from the past 12 months.

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December 15th 2017

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CRF's 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. Download a copy of our programme to find out more about the topics and research CRF will be addressing in 2018.

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January 12th 2018

CRF Learning 2018 Open Programme: HRBP- Business Catalyst

This programme will go beyond developing skills to shifting mindsets, and will focus on moving from a HR focus to a business focus. Attendees will be existing HR Business Partners, specialists moving into the role or HR Managers ready for a more strategic position.

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October 27th 2016

CRF Learning - 2017 Programme

CRF Learning builds on Corporate Research Forum’s 20+ years of unparalleled experience in the research, discussion and practical application of contemporary topics arising from people strategy, learning and organisational development. CRF Learning delivers a suite of development programmes aimed at enhancing the capability of the HR function and the individuals within it. The suite of open programmes engages specific HR communities with interactive sessions to improve their effectiveness in impacting organisational performance. The annual programme of learning is complemented by custom programmes through the design and delivery of tailored solutions. Download the CRF Learning brochure to find out more.

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Executive Summary: The Effective HR Business Partner

This definitive report examines fully the essential aspects of business partnering, the role of HR Business Partners and their work.

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