Learning Newsflash: 23 March

Written by Jon Kennard on 23 March 2017 in News

It's another TJ learning newsflash - this week we tackle podcasting, a bit more HR, leadership, even AI in football. Read on...

20 tips for localising your elearning pt2

Written by Lewis Moss on 23 March 2017 in Features

Lewis Moss concludes his two-part guide to localising your elearning.

Is Google your biggest competitor?

Written by Stephanie Morgan on 22 March 2017 in Opinion
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Stephanie Morgan looks at why Google is L&D's biggest competitor, and what we can do about it.

Learning Newsflash: 16 March

Written by Jon Kennard on 16 March 2017 in News

It's a TJ learning newsflash: This week it's a bit HR-heavy, but we also cover machine learning, leadership and l***ning st**es too. Get in touch if you have a good story for us. 

Learning Newsflash: 9 March

Written by Jonathan Kennard on 9 March 2017 in News

It's a TJ learning newsflash: Stories today cover leadership quota problems, machine learning, Uber's HR issues and more. Got a story? Tweet us. @trainingjournal

Learning Newsflash: 2 March

Written by Jon Kennard on 2 March 2017 in News
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It's the TJ learning newsflash: this week we look at workplace health, engagement strategies, modern leadership and more. Contact us with any interesting news-y nuggets here. @trainingjournal

Learning Newsflash: 24 Feb

Written by Jonathan Kennard on 24 February 2017 in News
Technology, digital skills

It's the TJ learning newsflash: here we link to a few stories about leadership, millennials, the workplace of the future and more from the week gone by. Did we miss some good ones? Get in touch and let us know. @trainingjournal

Digital skills: Let's unleash Britain's potential

Written by Alex Arundale on 24 March 2017 in Opinion
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Can the Apprenticeship Levy unleash Britain's digital skills potential? Alex Arundale thinks so. 

Learnings in London: Technology and management engagement

Written by Virginie Chassériau on 22 March 2017 in Features
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Virginie Chassériau provides an insight into her personal learning at a recent gathering of the great and good in L&D.

The skills gap: How modular buildings can engage young people in STEM

Written by Craig Riley on 21 March 2017 in Features
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How do you engage pupils, students and young people in STEM? Make their environment a place where they want to learn, says Craig Riley. 

Learning & development: Across the generations

Written by Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook on 21 March 2017 in Opinion
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Sarah Cook and Steve MacAulay look at the impact of a multigenerational workforce on your learning and development strategy. 

Accreditation: Why the learner is such an important part of the process

Written by David Cartwright on 20 March 2017 in Opinion
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David Cartwright emphasises why accreditation should be all about the learner. 

Flexible working: How technology keeps it 'business as usual'

Written by Tom Pressley on 20 March 2017 in Opinion
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Fuze's Tom Pressley outlines how technology makes flexible working possible.

20 tips for localising your elearning

Written by Lewis Moss on 17 March 2017 in Features

Need to make your elearning suitable for another market? Lewis Moss is on hand with some great tips to make it easier. 

Five tips for being a better mentor

Written by Laura Francis on 16 March 2017 in Opinion
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Could you be a better mentor? Laura Francis has five quick and easy tips to improve your relationship with your mentee. 

Knowledge workers: Inspiring collaboration in the modern workplace

Written by Lieven Bertier on 16 March 2017 in Opinion

Lieven Bertier praises the continued rise of collaboration in the workplace. 

Seven things guaranteed to annoy any boss

Written by Eliza Rawlings on 15 March 2017 in Features
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How much do you annoy your boss? Eliza Rawlings lists a few things that no-one should be doing in the workplace of today.

The Importance of STEM skills

Written by Roger Marsh on 15 March 2017 in Opinion
Children using a computer at the Edinburgh International Science Festival

Roger Marsh explores the importance of STEM to our everyday lives and our workplaces.

In conversation with: Mitzi Rampersad of Barnardo's

Written by Mitzi Rampersad on 14 March 2017 in Features

What are the challenges of a diverse mentoring programme? We caught up with Barnardos' Mitzi Rampersad to find out. 

Employee retention: How to keep hold of your millennial workforce

Written by Hannah Spruce on 14 March 2017 in Opinion
IBM Millennials study

How do you keep hold of the millennials in your workforce? Are they really so different? Hannah Spruce tackles the subject of employee retention.

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