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  • Sopwell House, venue for CRF Trusted Advisor
    CRF: Trusted Advisor: HR Business Partnering, Relationship Building and Influencing
    Wednesday 20 - Thursday 21 February

    Location: Sopwell House, St Albans.

    Speakers: Julian Powe, Trusted Advisor.

    Overview: Forming and sustaining high-quality relationships is pivotal to success and influence in organisations – not least for HR professionals committed to providing effective and practical advice, and delivering operational excellence. Developed through the last two decades, the concepts and practices of Trusted Advisor offer a powerful lens for reflecting on the quality of our stakeholder relationships.

    Who is it for? CRF members, HR professionals wanting to build influential partnerships with their business stakeholders and develop their strategic impact..

    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 register for this event, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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    St Pauls, location for CRF Harnessing the HR Technology Revolution
    CRF: Harnessing the HR Technology Revolution
    Tuesday 5 and Thursday 7 March

    Location: Event will be held twice: etc.venues St Pauls, London. And Sofitel Legend The Grand, Amsterdam.

    Speakers: Dr. Nigel Guenole, Goldsmiths. Margaret Ruiseal, Mercer. Nigel Sullivan, Bupa. Mike Taylor, AstraZeneca.

    Overview: Digital transformation impacts all aspects of the economy and businesses of all sizes, with computing advances providing the same digital opportunities to small companies as well as large corporations. Individuals expect the same level of service from their organisations and HR functions as they get from their smartphones. How can we address these expectations and develop strategies to move us from the era of computerised personnel systems to an interactive, user-friendly and agile service for employees and the business? What are our technology choices and how do we make them in a rapidly changing digital environment? What opportunities do they offer and what are the implementation challenges?

    Who is it for? CRF members. Those who are, or will be, managing or working in an environment of changing technology. This session is for conceptualisers, implementers and those impacted.

    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 register for this event, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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    Venue for CRF Learning: Fanhams Hall, Hertfordshire
    CRF Learning: Strategic Workforce Analytics for HR
    Tuesday 19 - Wednesday 20 March, and Tuesday 21 May

    Location: Fanhams Hall, Hertfordshire.

    Speakers: Dave Millner, Associate.

    Overview: Analytics is becoming an increasingly important topic area within the HR community with significant claims for improvement in selection, performance management, talent management, employee  engagement and workforce planning, amongst others. Based on Dave Millner’s deep experience and CRF’s ongoing research into workforce analytics, this programme aims to take a commercial, HR centric view of analytics, assisting HR practitioners in leveraging people analytics to deliver tangible business impact.

    Who is it for? The programme is aimed at HRBPs and HRDs as well as heads of shared services or heads of a centre of expertise/excellence. It is not aimed at data scientists or analysts but at helping HR professionals understand how analytics can help them move beyond gut instinct to diagnose the real issues and facilitate the delivery of high-impact solutions.

    CRF Learning delivers a suite of development programmes aimed at enhancing the capability of the HR function and the individuals within it. CRF members benefit from preferential pricing on all CRF Learning programmes.  If you would like to hear more about CRF Learning, or how CRF membership would benefit your organisation, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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    Venue for CRF Learning: Fanhams Hall, Hertfordshire
    CRF Learning: HRBP Business Catalyst
    Tuesday 26 - Wednesday 27 March

    Location: Fanhams Hall, Hertfordshire.

    Speakers: Nick Holley, CRF Learning.

    Overview: The programme goes beyond developing skills to shifting mindsets. The mindset we will seek to develop is focused on delivering business impact, not doing HR ‘stuff’, but building organisational capability and creating sustainable value. The programme is focused on moving from an HR focus to a business focus.

    Who is it for? Attendees will be existing HR Business Partners, specialities moving into the role or HR Managers ready for a more strategic position. We expect all attendees to be technically proficient in HR with this programme developing your business and partnership skills in order to maximise your impact on your organisation.

    CRF Learning delivers a suite of development programmes aimed at enhancing the capability of the HR function and the individuals within it. CRF members benefit from preferential pricing on all CRF Learning programmes.  If you would like to hear more about CRF Learning, or how CRF membership would benefit your organisation, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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    London, location for CRF Digital Disruption and Organisation Development Manifesto
    CRF: Digital Disruption – Exploring the Implications for Leaders and Leadership Development
    Wednesday 3 and Friday 5 April

    Location: Event will be held twice: Kimpton Fitzroy, London. And IMD Business School, Lausanne.

    Speakers: Jay Conger, Center for Effective Organizations (CEO). Professor Ina Toegel, IMD Business School.

    Overview: The rise of the digital economy means organisations across industry sectors are having to fundamentally rethink their business models or risk becoming obsolete. This, coupled with technology-driven and demographic change, the shifting role of the organisation in society and changing expectations of followers, is making the practice of leadership ever more demanding. Are our models of leadership and methods of developing leaders delivering what’s needed in response to these trends? What do we have to show in our organisations for this investment and are we meeting the needs of tomorrow’s organisations?

    Who is it for? CRF members, Those responsible for developing talent, in particular those concerned with making sure leadership development is fit for purpose for tomorrow’s organisations.

    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 register for this event, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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    Munich, location for CRF Talent on the Move?
    CRF: Talent on the Move: Time for a Rethink?
    Thursday 2 May

    Location: IESE Business School, Munich.

    Speakers: Geoffrey Matthews, researcher, consultant and coach. Professor Sebastian Reiche, IESE Business School.

    Overview: Expatriation has long been used by organisations to grow global talent, with numbers of international assignees continuing to increase. However, with the quickening pace of change, political, economic and security uncertainties and, most importantly, the digital transformation of organisations, many of the strategic drivers of global mobility are being questioned. What options are available to organisations looking to build a global talent base? Do organisations still need staff to work overseas or will the availability of local staff, the cost of expats and communication technology render significant mobility obsolete?

    Who is it for? CRF members, Business and HR leaders making strategic and operational decisions about global 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 register for this event, please email harriet@strategic-dimensions.co.uk

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