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TJ Newsflash: 2 September

Written by Jon Kennard on 2 September 2021 in News

Several features from across the pond this week on the newsflash - have a read today. 

Training a remote workforce

Written by Ashmita Das on 1 September 2021 in Features

Ashmita Das explains how the move towards remote working has changed company culture and approaches to training for the long term.

A change for the better? L&D professionals reflect on the last 18 months

Written by Mark Smith on 1 September 2021 in Features

Mark Smith shares feedback from discussions with L&D professionals as they reflect on the transformation of the learning landscape.

Why leadership skills – not tech – are the most important asset in driving 4IR growth

Written by Stephen Wyatt on 31 August 2021 in Opinion

4IR success is about people - says Stephen Wyatt in a piece to complement his new book.

Diversity and inclusion doesn’t have a finish line: Don’t make it a race to perfection

Written by Chris Parke on 31 August 2021 in Opinion

D&I issues are not something to be treated like a competition, says Chris Parke.

An introduction to aptitude testing for managers

Written by Nikki Dale on 27 August 2021 in Features

Nikki Dale gives us a primer on aptitude testing.

TJ Newsflash: 26 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 26 August 2021 in News

We're all about the contradictions this week in the newsflash. What do you think? To remote or not?

How can HR leaders optimise digital environments to best engage employees?

Written by Nick White on 25 August 2021 in Opinion

Nick White looks at the impact HR can make in our new hybrid environment.

Understanding agile instructional design for training

Written by Salma Torres on 24 August 2021 in Features

Are you considering using Agile principles in your instructional design efforts? Check out this guide to the innovative practice of Agile instructional design.

How mental health initiatives can help construction workers

Written by Evelyn Long on 23 August 2021 in Features

Evelyn Long looks at how to improve mental health provision in an industry often overlooked.

Working with 'Molotov' creatives

Written by Alastair Pearce on 20 August 2021 in Opinion

Alastair Pearce continues his series about working with creatives, this time focusing on 'Molotov'. 

Improving customer service with disability awareness training

Written by Chris Jay on 20 August 2021 in Features

Chris Jay explains how training customer facing staff to be more aware of disability can help businesses access a new customer group.

One Million Chances: Helping young people connect to the world of work

Written by The CIPD on 19 August 2021 in Features

The CIPD’s One Million Chances campaign aims to create a million opportunities for young people to help them connect to the world of work.

TJ Newsflash: 19 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 19 August 2021 in News

Silo working, equality, learning loss and more in the week's newsflash.

The TJ Podcast: August 2021

Written by Jon Kennard on 19 August 2021 in Podcast

Kate, Jo and Jon discuss innovation myths, acquisitions, languishing, the 2040 office and more. 

Has the UK pandemic signalled the end of the digital learning debate?

Written by Claudine Charles on 18 August 2021 in Features

Claudine Charles looks at the future of post-pandemic blended learning.

Employee recruitment and retention post-pandemic: Five tips

Written by Jennifer C. Loftus on 17 August 2021 in Features

Looking to reduce employee turnover now that we’re entering a post pandemic era? Explore these five employee recruitment and retention tips for help. 

How long will working from home deliver value?

Written by Ed Bernacki on 16 August 2021 in Opinion

Ed Bernacki wonders how long we'll all be staying at home.

The science of predicting team dynamics

Written by Dr Curt Friedel on 13 August 2021 in Opinion

Dr Carl Friedel urges us to look to diversity of thought in our teams to ensure successful problem solving.

Learning for the charity sector: The good, bad and not-so-ugly

Written by Shona Smart on 12 August 2021 in Opinion

Shona Smart looks at some of the most effective ways to execute a third sector learning strategy.