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  • SD & CRF: Walk in aid of ‘Mind Charity’
    Friday 11th May and Saturday 30th June

    Challenge part 1: Friday 11th May, London: Starting at Putney Bridge finishing Southwark Park = 15.5 mile walk.

    Challenge part 2: Saturday 30th June – Sunday 1st July, Lake District National Park: Skiddaw, Helvellyn, Scafell and Scafell Pike = 45 miles and 3,350m ascent!

    This year a combined SD and CRF team will be taking on two separate challenges to raise money for Mind – The Mental Health Charity. A team of 15 have already successfully conquered part 1: The Thames Bridges walk, and this will be closely followed by a team of 6 completing part 2: The Lakeland 3000.

    Across our team a number of us have experience or insight into the lives of people struggling with mental health issues or the impact it can have on those supporting people who are struggling with mental health issues. Mind offers advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem and in addition campaign to improve services , raise awareness and promote understanding. Mind is also a partner in Time to Change, England’s most ambitious anti-stigma campaign for mental health. If you are able to sponsor us in our walking endeavours we truly and greatly appreciate it.

     

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    SD: Surrey Club Dinner
    Thursday 24th May

    Location: London House, 30 Station Approach, West Byfleet, KT14 6NF

    Hosts: Karen Clark and Tina Neve.

    Overview: This is the first regional Surrey Club dinner to be hosted by Strategic Dimensions. It is an informal occasion with the opportunity to network with other local HR professionals, possibly reconnect with some existing contacts and also make new connections. And to have some fun!

    If you are interested to attend this event, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

    CRF: Summer Lecture – Neuroscience for Leadership
    Wednesday 13th June

    Location: Haberdashers’ Hall, 18 West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9HQ

    Speaker: Dr. Tara Swart, Neuroscience for Leadership

    Overview: Much has been said and written about neuroscience in recent years and its impact on individuals and organisations. Dr. Tara Swart will update our understanding, consider how the brain embeds learning and what this means for leaders and the development of leaders.

    Who is it for? CRF members, and those interested in the way we work, and the way we live our lives. What is the impact of neuroscience on these interrelated dimensions?

    CRF is a membership organisation and this event is part of the annual programme of events. If you would like to hear more about how CRF membership would benefit your organisation, or you would be interested to attend this event as a guest, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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    PARC: Productivity – What’s the problem and how to fix it?
    Wednesday 20th June

    Location: Trinity House, Trinity Square, London, EC3N 4DH

    Speakers: Dr. Eamon Butler, Adam Smith Institute. Nita Clarke, IPA. Dr. Carl Frey, Oxford Martin School. Prof. John Kay, London School of Economics. Sir Anthony Seldon, University of Buckingham. And Mark Goyder, Tomorrow’s Company.

    Overview: British productivity used to grow at a solid 2% pa, but in the last decade has hardly grown at all and this perplexing issue is a major concern in the UK, nationally and at company level. This issue is vital to the country in facilitating economic growth, generating tax revenues and enhancing individual living standards. Our discussion, with an audience of PARC members and invited guests, will seek to define the problems and identify possible solutions in a practical manner which should point the way to organisation improvement.

    Who is it for? PARC members, and Senior Level HR Practitioners, responsible for developing and leading reward and performance strategy, policy and practice.

    PARC is a membership network and this event is part of the annual programme of member meetings. If you would like to hear more information on PARC, or would be interested to attend this event as a guest, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

    CRF: Resourcing – How HR’s Core Competence is Evolving
    Tuesday 3rd July

    Location: Church House, Dean’s Yard, Westminster, London, SW1P 3NZ

    Speakers: Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, UCL, Columbia University (New York). And Dr. Jessica Foster, RHR International.

    Overview: The strategies and tools organisations use to source, assess and deploy new recruits are undergoing significant change, becoming more technology-enabled and data-driven. This event and accompanying research report will explore current and future resourcing trends, and consider how they can best be implemented to support delivery of business strategy.

    Who is it for? CRF members, and those involved in designing and executing resourcing strategies, as well as those concerned with improving the alignment between business strategy, strategic workforce planning, resourcing and deployment of talent.

    CRF is a membership organisation and this event is part of the annual programme of events. If you would like to hear more about how CRF membership would benefit your organisation, or you would be interested to attend this event as a guest, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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    CRF: Digital Disruption
    Thursday 6th September

    Location: Haberdashers Hall, 18 West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9HQ

    Speakers: David Rowan, WIRED Magazine. And Cheryl Stokes, Duke Corporate Education.

    Overview: Digital disruption is the change that occurs when new digital technologies and business models affect the value proposition of existing goods and services. There are numerous examples of these disrupters including Uber, NetFlix, Amazon and Airbnb.

    Who is it for? Senior HR executives who are interested in the impact of technology on their organisation, broader industry and what this means for their employees.

    If you would like to hear more information, or would be interested to attend this event, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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