TJ: The best of 2019
Editor Jon Kennard looks at the most popular content of the last 12 months.
A man who dares to waste one hour of time has not discovered the value of life. Or so said Charles Darwin, at some point between about 1811 and 1882. We can't all be groundbreaking evolutionary biologists, but a productive use of one's time becomes all the more imperative as more is demanded of us.
So, here we round up the most popular content of 2019. To reappraise the year gone by; to provide a snapshot of what was published and discussed on TJ; and to provide you, dear readers, with a content resource to escape to if the port's run out and the home strait of Monopoly is getting a bit heated.
My resolutions for next year:
- Focus on video more
- Do more of my own writing
- Read more books
- Meditate more regularly
- Start mentoring young people
- Practise gratitude
See you in the next decade!
The top three features
The top three opinion pieces
The top three podcast interviews
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Helen Foord talks us through the 'purpose pathway'.
Caroline Gleeson outlines how a progressive and open workplace can be achieved.
Vincent Belliveau, Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA at Cornerstone OnDemand, explores the benefits of internal recruitment
The Charity Learning Consortium has added a wide range of new courses and modules to its elearning library, to reflect the demands of the modern workplace.
Kate Pasterfield of Sponge UK urges L&D not to get stuck in the present.