The UK workforce as 100 people: Showcasing representation

Written by Andy Jones on 11 June 2019 in Features

What if the UK workforce were 100 people? Let's talk representation.

From TJ Magazine: How L&D can get a seat at the top table

Written by Guy Bloom on 10 June 2019 in Features

Many L&D teams suffer from poor-relation syndrome. It’s time to change that, says Guy Bloom.

Automation, education, and the future of work

Written by David Willett on 7 June 2019 in Opinion

OU's David Willett discusses automation, apprenticeships and more.

From TJ Magazine: Changing habits

Written by Liggy Webb on 7 June 2019 in Features

If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got. Ready to change some habits? Liggy Webb provides her five-step solution.

TJ Newsflash: 6 June

Written by Jon Kennard on 6 June 2019 in News

We're leadership heavy on the newsflash this week. Maybe we need it more than ever?

Swapping classroom for cloud pt2

Written by Paul Norrington on 5 June 2019 in Interviews

Paul Norrington concludes his interview with Janet Gover about becoming a virtual trainer.


Why businesses can’t afford not to be inclusive

Written by Peter Eyre on 5 June 2019 in Opinion

Inclusivity is key for the future of your business, says Peter Eyre.

TJ interviews: Oxytocin expert and researcher Dr. Paul Zak

Written by Dr. Ken Nowack on 4 June 2019 in Features

To tie in with part two of TJ Magazine's series on emotional and social competence, Ken Nowack interviews Oxytocin expert Dr. Paul  Zak.

June 2019

Written by Jon Kennard on 3 June 2019 in Magazine

Rob Ashcroft, crowned L&D Professional of the year at the 2018 TJ Awards, talks to editor-in-chief Debbie Carter.

New managers can play a greater role in creating an engaged and productive workforce

Written by Johnson Wong on 3 June 2019 in Opinion

Some simple advice here for new managers from Johnson Wong.

How to deliver a train-the-trainer programme

Written by Jane Rexworthy on 3 June 2019 in Features

Jane Rexworthy gives TJ some useful train-the-trainer tips.

Learner-centric technology: Key to driving engagement, proficiency and performance

Written by Rich Lanchantin on 31 May 2019 in Opinion

Rich Lanchantin says technology needs to stay learner-centric.

You must remember this: Learning, apprenticeships and the Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve

Written by Paul Freeman on 30 May 2019 in Opinion

Paul Freeman ties together apprenticeships, Ebbinghaus and evaluation for this piece for TJ.

Swapping classroom for cloud pt1

Written by Paul Norrington on 29 May 2019 in Interviews

Paul Norrington interviews one of his clients on the journey of becoming a virtual trainer.

Book extract: Strategic Doing - Ten Skills for Agile Leadership

Written by Multiple authors on 24 May 2019 in Opinion

In an extract from a new book, the authors set up the modern paradigm of L&D by looking all the way back to the industrial revolution.

TJ Newsflash: 23 May

Written by Jon Kennard on 23 May 2019 in News

It's the week's newsflash  - who doesn't think of George Costanza when you think of leadership?

Tackling the AI bias issue

Written by Tara O’Sullivan on 22 May 2019 in Opinion

Think AI will elimiate biases? Think again, says Tara O’Sullivan.

Gender pay gap reporting: An opportunity to improve your organisation’s success?

Written by Rachel Mapleston on 21 May 2019 in Features

Rachel Mapleston explores what can be learned from this year’s gender pay gap reports.

The double nature of ownership

Written by Dr. Laura Olcelli on 20 May 2019 in Opinion

What does it mean to take ownership? Dr Laura Olcelli ruminates.

More secrets from the marketing world

Written by James Barrass-Banks on 20 May 2019 in Features

James Barrass Banks continues his look at drawing L&D inspiration from the marketing world.