April 30th 2014

Spring Symposium Workbook – 2014

Our annual Spring Symposium has become an established date in the CRF calendar. This accompanying workbook provides attendees with full details of the Symposium and suggests some ways of making the most of the event.

Attendees are encouraged to continue to use the workbook post event to ensure that the Symposium is not just a single day activity but the start of a continuum which will help in developing a broader range of management and leadership skills for the future.

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