The future of training must embrace machine learning

Written by Allan Pettman on 6 July 2021 in Opinion

Allan Pettman sees machine learning as a permanent part of training's future.

How to overcome the fear of other people’s opinion

Written by Petra Blancas on 6 July 2021 in Opinion

Petra Blancas gives TJ an important lesson in reframing differences of opinion. 

Why training in hospitality and tourism has never mattered more

Written by Jane Rennie on 5 July 2021 in Opinion

Jane Rennie tells TJ about an important resilience training programme for hospitality staff.

Five things you need to know to encourage disability inclusion

Written by Eleanor Goichman Brett on 5 July 2021 in Features

Eleanor Goichman Brett outlines five tips for disability inclusion - and they're easier than you think.

Lessons from the pandemic: Never waste a good crisis!

Written by Steve Macaulay and David Buchanan on 2 July 2021 in Features

David Buchanan and Steve Macaulay look at five elements of future options for organisations and their importance in future success.

The Science of Storytelling

Written by Jon Kennard on 1 July 2021 in Features

Would you like your team to deliver clear, compelling and memorable messages in virtual or live events, to help drive your business forwards?

Implementing a culture of cyclical learning

Written by Lee Cottle on 1 July 2021 in Features

Lee Cottle says it’s time to look at ways of maintaining a learning mindset.

TJ Newsflash: 1 July

Written by Jon Kennard on 1 July 2021 in News

Newsflash - AR, VR and other initialisms see us through the week's news round up on TJ. Enjoy!

Ethics and compliance: A post-pandemic update

Written by Susan Divers on 30 June 2021 in Features

Susan Divers on a new report on the effectiveness of ethics and compliance training.

The future of commuting in a post-pandemic world

Written by Tim Burgess on 30 June 2021 in Features

Tim Burgess on how to encourage confidence in the travel involved during a return to the office.

How to support ‘languishing’ employees

Written by Naomi Humber on 30 June 2021 in Features

Naomi Humber on boosting people’s emotional health on their return to normality.

How to get ‘employee experience’ right

Written by James Scott on 29 June 2021 in Features

It's top priority for a lot of companies, but how many of them get it right? James Scott offers some pointers.

Is your office to become a mid-week hive of activity?

Written by Ian Moore on 29 June 2021 in Features

Ian Moore might have the solution to hybrid working.

What's the true cost of conflict?

Written by David Liddle on 29 June 2021 in Opinion

How much does workplace conflict cost your business? If you can’t answer that question, you are not alone – it’s a cost that organisations rarely measure. David Liddle elaborates.

Mentoring and inclusion

Written by MyKindaFuture on 28 June 2021 in Opinion

The pandemic has changed things for workers and bosses alike. But how have diverse talent groups been affected? Simon Reichwald explores the issue, detailing the importance of inclusive organisations and the role that mentoring can play in facilitating them.

Book excerpt: Make Brilliant Work

Written by Rod Judkins on 28 June 2021 in Features

In an excerpt from his new book, Rod Judkins underlines the importance of showing your work.

Seven ways to improve employee communication

Written by Gemma Hart on 25 June 2021 in Features

During challenging times communication is crucial to success; here, Gemma Hart offers practical solutions.

Reduce workplace stress to be more productive

Written by Michele Don Durbin on 25 June 2021 in Features

Michele Don Durbin offers some productivity and stress reduction tips.

TJ Newsflash: 24 June

Written by Jon Kennard on 24 June 2021 in News

Prisoner learning, baby squid in space, Pride logos - just another TJ Newsflash.

Keep your membership happy with great development events

Written by Jake Fabbri on 24 June 2021 in Features

Jake Fabbri offers ideas for developing compelling training events for your business.