Articles

The last laugh: bad gags, sexism and xenophobia

Written by Stephanie Davies on 14 January 2022 in Opinion

Stephanie Davies reflects on humour and how it can be a measure of social change

Developing muscle for the unexpected

Written by Christian Busch on 13 January 2022 in Opinion

If you master one skill in 2022 says Christian Busch make it cultivating serendipity 

TJ Newsflash: 13 January

Written by Debbie Carter on 13 January 2022 in News

A selection of news and views compiled by TJ’s editor.
 

How the pandemic affected the mental health of the disabled

Written by Kitty Bates on 13 January 2022 in Features

Coronavirus has affected us all, but Kitty Bates reminds us that disabled people have suffered more than most

The metaverse: a new kind of workplace

Written by Frank Weishaupt on 11 January 2022 in Opinion

Frank Weishaupt on working through immersive technologies that will build and nurture collaboration and innovation in a hybrid workforce

Is Imposter Syndrome responsible for the Great Resignation?

Written by Luke Smith on 11 January 2022 in Features

Could Imposter Syndrome be impacting attrition rates in organisations? Luke Smith investigates

TJ Christmas Newsflash: 23 December

Written by Debbie Carter on 23 December 2021 in News

A celebratory look at the news before we close for the holidays

3 steps to building a brand

Written by Grant Polachek on 22 December 2021 in Features

Thinking of setting up your own business? Grant Polachek reveals how to launch a successful brand in 2022

TJ Newsflash: 16 December

Written by Debbie Carter on 16 December 2021 in News

A new compilation of the best research, interviews and news stories from across the globe

Inclusion matters

Written by LaTonya Jackson on 15 December 2021 in Features

How does EQ and DQ drive better workplace outcomes? LaTonya Jackson provides the answers

Supporting staff abroad at Christmas

Written by Sarah Dennis on 14 December 2021 in Features

With some of our overseas colleagues now facing a second holiday season away from family, Sarah Dennis reminds us of how we should support them during these difficult times

The engagement roadmap for the future

Written by Nicole Alvino on 13 December 2021 in Features

A sense of individual value is essential to keep your people engaged and committed to the organisation. Nicole Alvino looks ahead with confidence 

Build your career path with a sponsor

Written by Rebecca Rogers on 10 December 2021 in Features

Growing your personal brand is as easy as PIE but by adding a good measure of sponsor your results will ensure success says Rebecca Rogers

"I’m not okay…"

Written by Arika Trimnell on 8 December 2021 in Features
Arika Trimnell offers tips to help people feel safe speaking about mental health and to openly say ‘I’m not okay’

Digital advances: supporting mentoring across the globe

Written by Rashim Mogha on 7 December 2021 in Opinion

Rashim Mogha on why mentoring must adapt to the digital workplace

 

The TJ Podcast: December 2021

Written by Debbie Carter on 7 December 2021 in Podcast

After a bit of a break the TJ Podcast is back! With a new format, this month we discuss mentoring with Rashim Mogha from Skillsoft, Jenn Labin from MentorcliQ, and Ady Howes from Digital Skills People - the fabulous Jo Cook is your host

The power of reciprocal mentoring

Written by Emily Cosgrove and Sara Hope on 6 December 2021 in Features

Emily Cosgrove and Sara Hope on deepening trust and belonging through reverse mentoring

TJ newsflash: 3 December

Written by Debbie Carter on 3 December 2021 in News

This week’s news and research from around the world compiled by the TJ editor 

Addressing the digital skills gap

Written by Paul Geddes on 1 December 2021 in Features

The skills crisis is here for the forseeable future and to thrive, says Paul Geddes we all have to change our mindset

Selecting the right person for the job

Written by Sandra Porter on 30 November 2021 in Features

Sandra Porter on how to make sure your managers have the right skills to win the current talent war