March 18th 2014
Relational Talent Management
Talent Management has become ubiquitous, but many organisations do not understand the psychology of their most talented employees.
Research highlights that most TM strategies and practices are built on toxic assumptions and consequently have shaky foundations.
Karen Ward and Dr. Mary Jacobsen explore some of these assumptions, and advise that Talent Management needs to be done with employees, not to them.
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September 1st 2016
CRF Prague: Introducing Our Pre-Conference Masterclasses
We are delighted to supplement our two-day conference with five masterclass sessions led by experts in their respective fields. These sessions will be highly interactive with a strong focus on recommendations, offering attendees practical takeaways to help drive business performance. Starting at 16.30 on Wednesday 12 October, and lasting 90 minutes, we highly recommend you register for one of these masterclasses to ensure you make the most of your time with us in Prague. The masterclasses will be run by the following organisations: OrgVue, Duke CE, IMD, KPMG and Mercer.Read Event Document
September 12th 2012
Talent Management & Succession Planning
A detailed look at talent management and succession practices at Plan International, leading not-for-profit organisation.View Presentation
May 16th 2012
Talent on Demand: Managing Talent in an Uncertain Age
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May 16th 2012
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May 23rd 2011
Executive Summary: Talent, Careers and Organisations: Where Next?
Compiled from desk research, a CRF survey and interviews with members, this report examines the changing context of career management, along with current issues and practices. It provides a new, research-based model of six career dimensions, supported by diagnostic tools for members to assess the state of their practices. Self-assessment questions are also provided in each chapter.Read Executive Summary