The TJ Podcast: December 2020
Jon, Jo and Kate cast a critical eye over an extraordinary year.
What more can we say? Thank you for your support and here's to a 2021 that's less dramatic in every way possible. If you can take a break, do it. Spend it with your nearest and dearest, and look after yourself mentally and physically.
See you on the other side!
Top 3 for 2020:
- Adaptability is the ability to learn new skills in response to evolving circumstances. Adrian Moorhouse offers some tips
- Productivity when working from home is one thing, but stress is another. Gemma Leigh Roberts tells us why we need to set boundaries.
- Jen Locklear gives us ideas for post-pandemic business success.
Stories from Moodle and elsewhere, in today's round up.
Degreed's Conor Gilligan interviews Daniel Okin from the Cabinet Office.
Sarah Cook and Steve Macaulay provide the steps for a successful mentoring programme.
Trevor Wheatly discusses how 360° profiling can turn routine appraisals into practical assessments of performance based on the behaviours that matter in business.
New research reveals that the majority of parents want more alternatives to university for their children.
L&D experts from LinkedIn, Coca-Cola and Capital One International are set to share their expertise at the renowned World of Learning Conference.