May 19th 2015

Progress – Treat ’em mean to keep ’em keen

An article from CRF’s e-magazine Progress where Eve explores effects of stress on learning. The conclusion might surprise you!

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July 17th 2017

What are the recent trends in learning? - Interview with Nigel Paine

Catch-up on missed member events by watching our 3-minute videos. In our July 2017 interview, we speak to Nigel Paine, author of 'The Learning Challenge'.

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  • Learning & Development
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July 1st 2015

Progress - Issue 3 (Full Edition)

This third edition of our e-magazine - Progress - takes a look at the current business environment post-election, the make-up of today’s global boards, authenticity in leadership and how to be an effective HR Business Partner.

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  • Learning & Development
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
  • Diversity & Inclusivity
  • People Strategy
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November 29th 2011

'Transition to Leadership' Masterclass – interview with Herminia Ibarra

Following on from CRF's recent event on 'Transition to Leadership', Herminia Ibarra from INSEAD shares with us a couple of highlights from her session.

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  • Learning & Development
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February 23rd 2015

Compendium of CRF research - 2015

Within this short document we present the executive summaries from a selection of some of our most recent work. These summaries aim to provide a flavour to the issues we explore, the rigour of our work and the focus on practical recommendations in our studies.

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  • People Strategy
  • Organisation Development & Change
  • Talent
  • Performance Management & Engagement
  • Career Management
  • Coaching
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
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May 8th 2015

Leadership Development - is it for for purpose?

This CRF research has been a year-long project, kicking off with an event in March 2014. This explored the issues our members face in developing leaders and framed the research brief for this project.

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  • Learning & Development
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March 28th 2015

The Neuroscience of Leadership Development

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  • Learning & Development
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