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.

The last laugh: 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. 

How to handle a toxic team mate

Written by Pam Hamilton on 10 August 2020 in Features

New TJ contributor Pam Hamilton talks toxic team mates in her first piece, unlocked for all to read. 

From the archive: L&D isn't always the answer

Written by Clinton Wingrove on 10 August 2020 in Features

Upskilling the economy: Learning, not hiring, could reduce the skills gap

Written by Mark Creighton on 7 August 2020 in Opinion

Learning and upskilling is the way through this, says Mark Creighton.

What cognitive science can teach us about improving DE&I training

Written by Michael Casale on 7 August 2020 in Features

Michael Casale explains the ADD approach to diversity training.

The wellbeing of business: Putting staff at the heart of your strategy

Written by Grace McLoughhlin on 6 August 2020 in Opinion

Workplace wellbeing is now a business imperative, says Grace McLoughlin.

TJ Newsflash: 6 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 6 August 2020 in News

Diverse workforces - you know it makes sense. And now the money people agree. This and more in the week's round up of news.

Feedback on the age of isolation: Three steps to effective conversations in the new environment

Written by José Tomás García on 5 August 2020 in Features

José Tomás García gives us some advice for better conversations.

How organisations can bring employees back to the office

Written by Alicia Michael on 4 August 2020 in Features

Alicia Michael shares some tips for a safe office environment.

Why it is time for coaching to hold its own mirror up

Written by Salma Shah on 4 August 2020 in Opinion

For Salma Shah, coaching should be next to embrace the move towards a more diverse and inclusive working culture. 

The quick-fix fallacy: Training is not enough to correct a skill deficiency

Written by Robert Gentle on 3 August 2020 in Opinion

Training doesn't guarantee behaviour change, says Robert Gentle.