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May 19th 2020

Webinar: The Geopolitical Outlook - How is it Changing?

On 19th May 2020, PARC and CRF members gathered for The Geopolitical Outlook – How Is It Changing?, a Zoom Interactive Event. Professor Amelia Hadfield, Chair in European and International Relations and Head of the Department of Politics at the University of Surrey, led us in discussion of the current and potential future impact of Covid-19 on the geopolitical environment.

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May 13th 2020

Webinar: Employee Engagement Through The Crisis

On 13th May 2020, CRF members gathered for Employee Engagement Through the Crisis, a Zoom Interactive Peer Exchange. CRF Research Director, Gillian Pillans led a conversation with Jamie Cunningham, Senior People Science Consultant at Glint, Sean Mills, Director at ENGAGE, Victoria Talbot, Head of Brand and Engagement and Louise Harrison, Director HR Centre of Expertise at Direct Line Group, and Andy Moat, People Director at B&Q on how to keep employees motivated and engaged in the face of both the personal and business uncertainty engendered by the Covid-19 crisis.

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May 5th 2020

Webinar: What Is Happening To The Economy With Roger Bootle

On 5th May 2020, PARC and CRF members gathered for What Is Happening to the Economy?, a Zoom Interactive Event. Economist, Chairman of Capital Economics, and Telegraph columnist Roger Bootle led us in discussion of the current and potential future impact of COVID-19 on the economy.

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April 21st 2020

Webinar: Effective Leadership Development In Disruptive Times

On 21st April 2020, CRF members gathered for Effective Leadership Development In Disruptive Times, a Zoom Interactive Event. IMD Professors Jennifer Jordan and Katharina Lange were joined by Amelie Villeneuve of UBS and Vicky Smith of Brewin Dolphin to discuss the principles of effective leadership development, and to compare experiences of the critical challenges faced during these disruptive times.

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April 16th 2020

Webinar: Business Partnering In A Crisis

On 16th April 2020, CRF members gathered for Business Partnering in a Crisis, a Zoom Interactive Event. Director of CRF Learning Nick Holley and British Sugar’s People Director, Catherine Taylor, discussed the implications of the Coronavirus crisis for HRBPs.

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April 2nd 2020

Webinar: Stop Planning, Start Preparing

On 2nd April 2020, CRF members gathered for ‘Stop Planning, Start Preparing’, a Zoom Interactive Event. Director of CRF Learning Nick Holley hosted Directors at Ashridge Strategic Management Centre Dr. Stephen Bungay and Dr. Rebecca Homkes in discussion about what leaders can do to prepare their organisations to survive the current coronavirus crisis, reset the plan, and thrive through a potential downturn.

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April 1st 2020

Webinar: Lessons in Social Mobility with Prof. Arturo Bris - Spring Lecture

On 31st March 2020, CRF hosted members at our annual Spring Lecture, held this year as a Zoom Interactive Event. Professor of Finance Arturo Bris, Director of the IMD World Competitiveness Center, led a discussion of financial, economic, technological, and social development in the context of global competitiveness.

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March 27th 2020

Webinar: Navigating the All-Remote Workforce

On 27th March 2020, CRF hosted members in a virtual peer-sharing event. In conversation with special guests Caroline Arora, People Director, and Adrianne Sale, MD for HR, Hoxby, and each other, we shared experiences and good practice on Remote Working. This video is the footage captured during the Zoom call.

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November 4th 2019

Webinar: CRF’s Organisation Development Manifesto – A Road Map for Progress

The need for business-focused, expert OD capability has arguably never been greater than it is today. To survive and prosper over the long term, organisations must be capable of adapting to ever more rapid market and technological change.

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September 25th 2019

Webinar: Responsible Business: How can HR Drive the Agenda?

Professor David Grayson CBE, Emeritus Professor of Corporate Responsibility at Cranfield School of Management, discussed how sustainability, ethics and other topics related to responsible business have become of significant interest in recent years.

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