Rob Briner 17 November 2016

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Employee Engagement: What’s the Evidence?

Are employee engagement programmes delivering results for business and is there any evidence to back the effectiveness of such programmes? In his morning presentation at the workshop, Rob Briner takes a look at the evidence behind employee engagement as a tool for performance management. Through research examples and data on job satisfaction and tenure in the UK, USA and Germany, Rob presents the evidence behind employee engagement as management tool. However, is it sufficient?

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13 October 2017

9th International Conference Retrospective: Collaboration in a Competitive World

If you have missed CRF's 9th International Conference in Amsterdam - Collaboration in a Competitive World: Driving Innovation, Efficiency and Productivity - access a summary of all speaker presentations and conference proceeding here. Our keynote speakers included Amy C. Edmondson, Rob Cross, Hamish Taylor, Margaret Heffernan and Alex Steele.

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9 October 2017

Reclaiming Your Day: How Successful People Manage Collaborative Overload

The collaborative intensity of work has exploded over the past decade. Collaborative time demands have risen by more than 50 percent over the past decade, and most knowledge workers or leaders now spend 85 percent or more of their work time on email, in meetings and on the phone. To help address this critical issue, Rob's team conducted both quantitative and qualitative research over the past several years looking into collaborative overload. Download this article, kindly shared with CRF by Rob Cross, to find out how top executive can reclaime 18 - 24% of their time spent on collaborative tasks.

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6 October 2017

Four Experiments in the Art of Collaboration

During his session at CRF's 9th International Conference, Alex Steele, Leadership Consultant and Jazz Pianist, performed with a live jazz band to conduct four experiments in the art of collaboration. With the use of jazz as an analogy, Alex demonstrated the collaborative process that can be drawn from jazz musicians: the improvisational mindset, responsiveness to change and disruption, accepting new and novel ideas, managing ambiguity and finding confidence in uncertainty.

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6 October 2017

How Successful Leaders Manage Collaborative Overload

In his final presentation during CRF's 9th International Conference, Rob Cross took a more critical look at the role collaboration plays in the workplace. As business becomes increasingly global and cross-functional, silos are breaking down, connectivity is increasing, and teamwork is seen as a key to organisational success. This development is in many ways positive, but does the emphasis on the collaborative workplace create hidden dangers? Download Rob's presentation to find out more.

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  • Career Management
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17 November 2016

Employee Engagement: What's the Alternative

Is employee engagement simply a bandwagon HR professionals are jumping on and if so, how should we think about employee engagement and what are the alternatives? In his second presentation at the CRF workshop in Munich, Rob Briner answers these questions.

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17 November 2016

Taking Engagement to the Next Level

This presentation takes a look at employee engagement initiatives at Deutsche Post DHL and the lesson learned through the journey.

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