Articles

Wake me up when it’s over! (Most training sessions are far too long)

Written by Rob Gentle on 27 April 2020 in Opinion

Rob Gentle's calling for brevity in training.

How to maximise productivity when working from home

Written by Forrest Bryant on 21 April 2020 in Features

Forrest Bryant talks productivity the Evernote way.

The new normal: How to manage stress and anxiety when working from home

Written by Gemma Leigh Roberts on 20 April 2020 in Features

Productivity when working from home is one thing, but stress is another. Gemma Leigh Roberts tells us why we need to set boundaries. 

TJ Essentials: Change management pts 7-9

Written by Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook on 20 April 2020 in Features

Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook give us their final three parts of their TJ Essentials guide to change management.

How to be an effective leader during a crisis

Written by Ben Hunt-Davies on 14 April 2020 in Features

Ben Hunt-Davies leads us through a time of crisis.

TJ Essentials: Change management pts 4-6

Written by Steve MacAulay and Sarah Cook on 13 April 2020 in Features

Continuing the first of our new series of essential mini-guides, Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook look at effective change managemnt.

Lack of access to flexible working is stifling the career growth of women in tech, and attitudes towards it are just as damaging

Written by Zoe Morris on 10 April 2020 in Opinion

Zoe Morris says flexible working privileges need to be reassessed.

Making diverse recruiting easier for all resourcing professionals

Written by Charles Hipps on 8 April 2020 in Opinion

Charles Hipps tells us why recruiting for diversity benefits everyone.

TJ Essentials: Change management pts 1-3

Written by Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook on 6 April 2020 in Features

In the first three parts of a new set of mini-guides called TJ Essentials, Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook take a look at change management.  

Covid-19 and TJ

Written by Jon Kennard on 6 April 2020 in Features

As the global pandemic shows no sign of let up, Jon Kennard and Debbie Carter announce a short pause in TJ’s editorial activity.

TJ interviews: Atlas Copco's Dorna Eriksson Shafiei

Written by Conor Gilligan on 3 April 2020 in Interviews

Conor Gilligan from Degreed talks to Atlas Copco's Dorna Eriksson Shafiei.

TJ Newsflash: 2 April

Written by Jon Kennard on 2 April 2020 in News

It's a newsflash! Curated links to help you navigate these very much uncharted waters.

How UK organisations can address the digital dexterity challenge

Written by Agata Nowakowska on 2 April 2020 in Features

It's not just about transformation, it's about digital dexterity, says Agata Nowakowska.

April 2020

Written by Jon Kennard on 1 April 2020 in Magazine

Barbara Thompson talks technology and learning innovation with TJ. 

Why and how we must change the way we develop tomorrow’s leaders

Written by Roger Delves on 1 April 2020 in Opinion

Are we developing the leaders we need for tomorrow, or is leadership development still focused on the past?

Development done right (when everything around you is changing)

Written by Jack Allen on 31 March 2020 in Features

However fast things are changing, you still need to build the skills of your workforce, says Jack Allen. 

Dealing with imposter syndrome in the workplace

Written by Peter Ryding on 31 March 2020 in Features

Most of us will feel it at some point in our lives. Peter Ryding deals with dealing with imposter syndrome.

Kate Turner: "Work out your wants and needs and how you can have these met in the coming months"

Written by Kate Turner on 30 March 2020 in Video

Leadership consultant Kate Turner tells TJ how to replenish your motivation reserves in hard times.

Leading in a digital age

Written by Malcom Sweeting on 27 March 2020 in Opinion

Blazing a trail - why effective leadership is vital to securing a front seat in the digital skills revolution.

Why equal parental leave is critical in progressing a gender equal workplace

Written by Caroline Strachan on 27 March 2020 in Opinion

The move towards shared parental leave points to something more fundamental, according to Caroline Strachan.