14 February 2013

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Developing Great Leadership – Interview with Dr. Geoff Bird

Following our Developing Great Leadership meeting, leading cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Geoff Bird identifies the most effective way for adults to learn and how can you motivate learning within your teams.

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17 July 2017

What are the recent trends in learning? - Interview with Nigel Paine

Catch-up on missed member events by watching our 3-minute videos. In our July 2017 interview, we speak to Nigel Paine, author of 'The Learning Challenge'.

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5 July 2017

Making It Work In Practice

In this presentation from CRF's workshop on learning (4 July 2017), Mark Williamson, Partner at KPMG focuses on strategies to help HR professionals align learning and business strategy, embed learning to reduce the transfer gap and the implications of current trends on the Learnig function.

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5 July 2017

Strategic Learning from Crises

This presentation by Matt Nixon, Author of "Pariahs: Hubris, Reputation and Organisational Crises", summarises the lessons organisations can learn from being in a crisis and the role HR can play in facilitating this learning.

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  • Risk & Governance
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29 November 2011

'Transition to Leadership' Masterclass – interview with Herminia Ibarra

Following on from CRF's recent event on 'Transition to Leadership', Herminia Ibarra from INSEAD shares with us a couple of highlights from her session.

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14 February 2013

Developing Great Leadership - Interview with Dr. Stephen Bungay, Ashridge

Following our Developing Great Leadership meeting, Dr. Stephen Bungay, Director at Ashridge Strategic Management Centre, identifies the key elements for effective learning development programmes and discusses how you can you improve a person’s leadership capabilities.

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15 April 2015

Performance - Interview with Professor Steve Peters

At our April 2015 evening lecture Professor Steve Peters, author of The Chimp Paradox, discussed what differentiates great performers from good performers.

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  • Coaching
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
  • Learning & Development
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