Articles

From TJ Magazine: Embracing neurodiversity in the workplace

Written by Kate Burnett on 22 March 2019 in Features

Kate Burnett gets some expert advice on how firms can attract and support neurodiverse talent.

Creating a successful leadership development programme

Written by Libby Webb on 22 March 2019 in Features

Libby Webb talks leadership development programmes for TJ.

TJ Newsflash: 21 March

Written by Jon Kennard on 21 March 2019 in News

AI is here to stay folks. How will it transform the modern workplace? Find out this and more in this week's newsflash...

From TJ Magazine: Future Insight

Written by Rohit Talwar on 21 March 2019 in Features

Rohit Talwar on the rise of the superhuman and the challenges for L&D.

The TJ Podcast: March 2019

Written by Jon Kennard on 20 March 2019 in Features

Jon, Jo and Kate look at the biggest news story of the last month (yes, that's Laura Overton stepping down from the helm at Towards Maturity).

Politics and the performance mindset: Why Britain needs a Crazy Goal

Written by Dr Cath Bishop on 20 March 2019 in Opinion

Goal setting could turn Brexit into an opportunity, says Cath Bishop.

How Brexit will change the game for talent management

Written by Chris Kerridge on 18 March 2019 in Opinion

Now’s the time for HR and L&D to excel, says Chris Kerridge.

How certain are you about your key common training needs?

Written by Elva Ainsworth on 18 March 2019 in Features

Elva Ainsworth describes five traditional ways to gather the training needs of an organisation and proposes an ‘integrated’ approach that will allow you to deliver a high impact plan with confidence.

Elearning in the workplace: Four common misconceptions debunked

Written by Amber Bovenmyer on 15 March 2019 in Features

Considering an elearning platform but not sure it’s an effective learning method? Amber Bovenmyer debunks a few common misconceptions.

TJ Newsflash: 14 March

Written by Jon Kennard on 14 March 2019 in News

Bots, Internet warnings, Captain Marvel stories - we've got it all in the newsflash this week.

The ingredients of innovation: Process, people, culture, courage

Written by Rob Hubbard on 13 March 2019 in Opinion

Innovation has just four ingredients, according to Rob Hubbard.

What makes a good customer service professional?

Written by Johnson Wong on 13 March 2019 in Features

Johnson Wong tells TJ what makes a good customer service professional.

TJ interviews: LinkedIn Learning's Tanya Staples

Written by Jon Kennard on 12 March 2019 in Interviews

Jon Kennard talks to LinkedIn Learning's Tanya Staples.

Apprenticeships: A game changer for the common good? pt2

Written by Conor Gilligan on 12 March 2019 in Interviews

Conor Gilligan concludes his interview with Whitehat's Euan Blair.

Book excerpt: Soft skills focus for global managers

Written by Samanthani Singh on 11 March 2019 in Features

Samanthani Singh takes an excerpt from her own book about how global leaders can succeed through embracing their soft skills.

10 ways AI can make human resources more human

Written by Ian McVey on 11 March 2019 in Features

We take a temporary diversion into human resources - Ian McVey makes the case for AI in HR.

Apprenticeships: Positive change for many businesses

Written by Richard Doughty on 8 March 2019 in Features

Apprenticeships are making positive changes to many businesses up and down the UK. Richard Doughty looks at a few success stories.

What should I replace my performance management system with?

Written by Alistair Shepherd on 8 March 2019 in Opinion

Need to improve your business performance? The answer isn't appraisals, it's coaching, says Alistair Shepherd.

Skills and Apprenticeships Guide 2019

Written by Jon Kennard on 8 March 2019 in Magazine

The latest news and views on apprenticeships and skills policy in 2019.

TJ Newsflash: 7 March

Written by Jon Kennard on 7 March 2019 in News

It's very listicle-heavy this week, plus a couple of pieces about apprenticeships (of course) and some very important science.