June 13th 2016

CRF Learning: Advanced Programme in Organisation Development & Change

CRF Learning has been established to build on CRF’s 24 years of unparalleled research and practical experience to provide a range of developmental programmes for commercially-minded HR and people management professionals. Our first programme will be the advanced programme in organisation development and change. This will be led by Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge.

The programme will help participants reflect on what this means for them and help them build their capability to work more effectively within their organisations to bring about more successful and sustainable change outcomes. In attending participants will gain an understanding of key change methodologies and how they can apply them in the real world. They will improve their own ability to impact change initiatives and build their own and their organisation's ability to thrive in a world of constant change.

Click here to download further information on the programme and modules.

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