May 11th 2018
High-quality leadership is imperative to organisations in today’s business context, characterised by constant and rapid change, complexity, and digital disruption. At CRF's workshop titled Performance-Centred Leadership, David Taylor, founder of The Naked Leader, shared his insights on how to make success inevitable and how to strengthen the relationship between HR and executive leaders, while also offering practical how-to leadership advice.
Attendees and CRF members can access a summary of key messages and take-away points by downloading a copy of the post-meeting review summary.
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