February 29th 2016

Executive Summary: Assessing Potential

Organisations have been “assessing potential” with varying degrees of success for many years. Yet in this recent research report only 47% of 224 respondents felt that they were “somewhat” or “very satisfied” with their evaluations.

Here, you can download and view the report’s executive summary. The full report is accessible for CRF members only. If you are not a member and are interested in discussing membership please contact Richard Hargreaves on richard@crforum.co.uk.

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December 20th 2018

Speed Read: Assessing Potential

This Speed Read summarises key messages from CRF's research report of the same name. Find out how to define 'potential' and why it is important, as well as how to use the right tools and design an appropriate process for its assessment.

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  • Being an HR Director
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June 28th 2018

Speed Read: Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving

Finding, developing and retaining the talent needed to execute strategy is a key business priority, and is an area where HR can make a substantial strategic contribution. Access this Speed Read to quickly examine the key areas for resourcing strategy improvement discussed in CRF's research report - Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving.

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June 28th 2018

Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving

Finding, developing and retaining the talent needed to execute strategy is a key business priority, and is an area where HR can make a substantial strategic contribution. Access this CRF report to learn about key developments in resourcing and how to improve the effectiveness of your recruitment processes.

  • Tags
  • Being an HR Director
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  • Negotiations
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  • Resourcing
  • Strategic Workforce Planning
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Strategic Reward
  • Wellbeing
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April 23rd 2018

HR Roundtable: The Future of Resourcing

Are you involved in planning your talent and resourcing strategies, and interested in exploring current trends? Then access the post-meeting review notes from CRF's roundtable meeting, where a group of senior HR professionals explored current trends and influences affecting the recruitment function, as well as their relevance for the wider resourcing and HR strategy.

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  • Being an HR Director
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  • Strategic Thinking
  • Wellbeing
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March 18th 2016

Post Meeting Review Notes - Assessing Potential

A summary of our recent Assessing Potential member meeting led by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic (UCL, Hogan Assessments) and Gillian Pillans (CRF).

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February 29th 2016

Assessing Potential

Organisations have been “assessing potential” with varying degrees of success for many years. Yet in our recent research report only 47% of 224 respondents felt that they were “somewhat” or “very satisfied” with their evaluations.

  • Tags
  • Developing Employees
  • Potential
View Research