Articles

After Covid-19, how to prepare for the future

Written by Steve Macaulay and David Buchanan on 21 August 2020 in Features

Steve Macaulay and David Buchanan outline five important elements of the forward thinking business. 

The importance of work experience for people of all abilities

Written by Renee Flourentzou on 21 August 2020 in Features

Internships are crucial for young people, but also vital for employers says Renee Flourentzou.

TJ Newsflash: 20 Aug

Written by Jon Kennard on 20 August 2020 in News

Be careful with mindfulness - that's New Scientist's advice anyway. This and more in the week's news round-up. 

Cook Looks: We all make mistakes - it's ok

Written by Jo Cook on 20 August 2020 in Opinion

Getting things wrong is how we get better, says Jo Cook.

Building a culture of belonging

Written by Tolu Farinto on 20 August 2020 in Opinion

What can businesses do to protect their ethnic minority employees in the future? Tolu Farinto says it’s about collaboration.

Book excerpt: How to reboot training for 2020 and beyond

Written by Paul Matthews on 19 August 2020 in Features

TJ highlights a section of the new book from the mind of learning transfer expert Paul Matthews.

The TJ Podcast: August 2020

Written by Jon Kennard on 19 August 2020 in Features

Jon, Jo and Kate tackle the recession, UNLEASH, some of the latest site content and Yash Dubal looks at the upcoming immigration changes as the Big B approaches.

Take 5: How to sleep well

Written by Liggy Webb on 19 August 2020 in Features

We all need it but often don't give it the time it deserves. Liggy Webb is here to help us get a good night's sleep.

Escaping the comfort zone

Written by Sean Purcell on 18 August 2020 in Features

Sean Purcell explores how our comfort zone can hold us back and how we should push beyond to see more creativity in the current fast changing job's market.

From the archive: Agile, aligned and adept

Written by Jean Gomes on 18 August 2020 in Features

One of the benefits of being a TJ subscriber is full access to our decades-long archive of content - here we look back to a piece about agility from TJ Magazine of August 2012.

Trends and insights into L&D

Written by Johnson Wong on 17 August 2020 in Features

Johnson Wong looks at the new future of L&D.

Stuck in work limbo

Written by Stephanie Davies on 14 August 2020 in Opinion

The grass is greener - particularly in Norfolk - says Stephanie Davies.

How to lead remote teams

Written by Mark Bouch on 13 August 2020 in Features

Mark Bouch offers TJ advice on how to lead remote teams. 

TJ Newsflash: 13 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 13 August 2020 in News

It's here! Wipe the sweat from your brow and tuck into this week's curated newsflash content.

Keep on top of this rapidly changing landscape, adjust to the future of work and help with your staff’s mental health with Learning Pool

Written by Learning Pool on 13 August 2020 in Features

Learning Pool has just released a Future of Work library with updated Coronavirus modules to help organizations and their staff to adjust to this new way of working.

How introverts can find their inner confidence when returning to work

Written by Joanna Rawbone on 12 August 2020 in Features

Joanna Rawbone looks at how introverts can get back into the swing of the office environment.

The business impact of training: Managers, it’s in your hands

Written by Dr. Ina Weinbauer-Heidel and Masha Ibeschitz-Manderbach on 12 August 2020 in Features

Dr. Ina Weinbauer-Heidel and Masha Ibeschitz-Manderbach highlight the crucial role managers play in learning transfer. 

Emulated coaching: The next generation of online development

Written by Peter Ryding on 11 August 2020 in Features

Peter Ryding extols the virtues of emulated coaching.

How to keep motivated through the new working environment

Written by Rob Cross on 11 August 2020 in Features

For Rob Cross, there are plenty of positives to take from the year's changes. 

As offices reopen, what skills do leaders need to develop to maintain a culture of trust?

Written by Richard Horner on 10 August 2020 in Opinion

Communication is key to maintaining trust as the nation returns to their offices, says Richard Horner.