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The CRFCast explores the latest thinking across a range of strategic HR topics with academics, practitioners and leading experts in the field. We focus on the practical application of the latest insights. Subjects include the future of work, leadership and talent management, and organisation design and development.

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The CRFCast explores the latest thinking across a range of strategic HR topics with academics, practitioners and leading experts in the field. We focus on the practical application of the latest insights. Subjects include the future of work, leadership and talent management, and organisation design and development.

    Organisation Development - Does the World Need OD? with Chris Worley

    Organisation Development - Does the World Need OD? with Chris Worley

    In conversation with Professor Chris Worley, expert in organisation design and development, we discuss CRF’s Organisation Development Manifesto. Our conversation covers why OD is an essential capability for organisations to develop, the current state of the OD field, how OD practitioners can up their game in helping improving the effectiveness of their organisations, and how we can build greater agility into organisation design.

    • 33 min
    The Sponsor Effect: How Sponsorship Improves Leadership Capability and Diversity at the Top, with Sylvia Ann Hewlett

    The Sponsor Effect: How Sponsorship Improves Leadership Capability and Diversity at the Top, with Sylvia Ann Hewlett

    In conversation with Sylvia Ann Hewlett, an expert in talent and gender issues, we discuss her latest book, The Sponsor Effect: How to Be a Better Leader by Investing in Others. We discuss how sponsorship can enhance the careers of sponsors themselves as well as their protégés, why it’s sponsorship, and not mentorship, that really counts in progressing the leadership careers of women and minorities, and how we can design impactful sponsorship programmes in our organisations.

    • 25 min
    Leadership in the Age of Expertise with Wanda Wallace

    Leadership in the Age of Expertise with Wanda Wallace

    One of the toughest transitions for leaders is progressing from a role where your value is largely driven by expertise, into a broader spanning role, which demands a different set of skills, relationships and a change in mindset about the value you add as a leader. In conversation with Wanda Wallace, author, we discuss how leaders can anticipate and prepare for the transitions required, and practical advice on what this means for leadership models and strategies for leadership development.

    • 31 min
    Responsible Business: How Can HR Drive the Agenda? with Professor David Grayson

    Responsible Business: How Can HR Drive the Agenda? with Professor David Grayson

    In conversation with David Grayson, expert in corporate responsibility and sustainability, we discuss CRF’s research Responsible Business: How Can HR Drive the Agenda? We explore the latest trends, how corporate responsibility interacts with employee experience, the critical role of leaders in promoting sustainability, and how HR should attend to organisation culture in order to successfully embed responsible business strategies.

    • 33 min
    HR's Role in Creating the Conditions for Innovation with Howard Yu

    HR's Role in Creating the Conditions for Innovation with Howard Yu

    We live in a world where everything can be copied, and competitive advantage can be short-lived. What do organisations that sustain high performance over decades do differently? And how can HR create the conditions for long-term success? We discuss with IMD Professor Howard Yu, author of Leap: How to Thrive in A World Where Everything Can be Copied.

    • 22 min
    Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Communicate, Work & Behave with Rahaf Harfoush

    Digital Culture: How Technology is Changing the Way we Communicate, Work & Behave with Rahaf Harfoush

    Technology is fundamentally changing how we connect with each other, leading to new behaviours, belief systems and social norms. However, the ethical and moral standards that determine how to behave are not keeping pace. In conversation with Digital Anthropologist Rahaf Harfoush, we discuss what the evolving digital culture means for relationships at work and beyond, how organisations need to adapt to an age of information overload, and the implications for HR.

    • 17 min

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