Covid-19 and TJ
As the global pandemic shows no sign of let up, Jon Kennard and Debbie Carter announce a short pause in TJ’s editorial activity.
The impact that Covid-19 is having on the world at present is remorseless; the death tolls are rising exponentially and there are no signs of respite in the near future. Across the globe organisations are having to make very difficult decisions to sustain themselves, and their people through this crisis.
The publishers of TJ are no exception, and with uncertainty being the norm for the foreseeable future, the group is taking advantage of the government’s Job Retention Scheme and placing a small proportion of their staff on furlough - a period of paid absence that will give valuable breathing space in this challenging climate.
TJ’s editorial team are therefore signing off from midnight tonight, Monday 6 April until further notice. We hope this will not be for too long but in the interim the TJ Awards 2020 remain open for nominations and you can access loads of valuable content here on the website to support you through these troubled times. Below is a list of some of our favourites.
Meanwhile take care, keep safe and see you on the ‘other side’!
The importance of adaptability skills in the workplace
How to make sure your virtual L&D training is effective
How to manage conflict effectively
From TJ magazine: Are you fit for the future?
How to think on your feet and improvise at work
Multicultural teaming at work
How can L&D take the dread out of digital transformation
From TJ magazine: Coaching begins at ‘Hello’
From TJ magazine: Work’s a beach
From TJ magazine: Why don’t we learn from mistakes?
Take control of your working day - be deliberate
From TJ magazine: How to harness motivation
As Covid-19 has changed many organisations into a collection of small, remote working teams Cate Murden offers advice on how to make these new practices successful.
Liz Johnson explains how remote working is making the world of work more inclusive for disabled employees.
Melanie Lepine reflects on the pandemic and offers some ideas of how we manage our new reality.
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Kate Pasterfield of Sponge UK urges L&D not to get stuck in the present.
The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) is delighted to announce it has entered into a comprehensive media partnership with Training Journal.