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The benefits of happiness in the workplace

Written by Rhodri Wyn Jones on 11 February 2017 in Opinion
Happy staff

There is one habitual behaviour that has a noticeable impact on behaviour. Rhodri Wyn Jones tells us about happiness.

Coaching and connectivity

Written by James Flanagan on 21 October 2016 in Opinion
Coaching under a magnifying glass

When we connect, we create the conditions that allow coaching to take place, says James Flanagan.

What does a 21st century L&D leader look like?

Written by Tina Seth on 30 September 2016 in Opinion
Graphic of a leader and his team

Tina Seth reflects on her career in learning and organisational design and development and asks how does L&D and OD connect?

Five ways that psychology can enhance L&D

Written by Ben White on 17 February 2017 in Feature
Graphic of a team building with cogs

L&D practitioners can benefit professionally and personally from a greater understanding of occupational psychology, says Ben White.

What skills are needed by L&D professionals in 2017?

Written by Gent Ahmetaj on 15 February 2017 in Feature
Fingers going up steps

From the last day of LTUK17, Gent Ahmetaj reports on Clive Shepherd’s discussion on skills for L&D people   

Views on trying a new collaboration tool – Tricider

Written by Krystyna Gadd on 15 February 2017 in Opinion

Krystyna Gadd tries out a new website to encourage people on different networks to collaborate - here are her findings.

How can L&D use technology to become more strategic?

Written by Debbie Carter on 12 February 2017 in Feature

Debbie Carter reports on a learning exchange where Laura Overton and Andy Hurren explain how technology can make L&D more strategic

Video interview with Elliott Maisie - learning guru

Written by Jo Cook on 11 February 2017 in Video
Elliot Maisie at Learning Live 2016

Watch the TJ interview with learning guru Elliott Maisie
 

How can you stay current in your field when work, jobs, and even professions are constantly changing?

Written by Jo Cook on 11 February 2017 in Feature
Networking image

Harold Jarche talks about the importance of human connections, of networking and of supporting people in order to develop your skills and future employability.

How to turn micro and mobile learning into killer applications for 2017

Written by Genny Dixon on 10 February 2017 in Feature
mobile phone app

Genny Dixon reports on the key challenges and opportunities that surfaced during the exchange with Will Thalheimer on day 1 of Learning Technologies

Trust in social learning

Written by Jane Daly on 10 February 2017 in Feature

Jane Daly reports on the exchange conversation with Julian Stodd who considers the question of trust in, and the value of, social learning in organisations

What on earth is an ‘unconference’?

Written by Nick Terry on 8 February 2017 in Feature
Networking, conferences, events

Nick Terry reveals the why, what and how of the unconference

How to create effective learning transfer?

Written by Jo Cook on 8 February 2017 in Feature
Worker at compute

Emma Weber focuses her work on learning transfer and its impact on the organisation – here she shares some of her key strategies.

February 2017

Written by saleem khawaja on 8 February 2017 in Magazine
TJ Feb 17 Cover

Eamonn Eaton from The Bank of Ireland on his award-winning route to success

How to start and grow internal networks

Written by Genny Dixon on 8 February 2017 in Feature
Mark Britz and James Tyer in conversation at the Exchange on Day 1 at LT 17

Genny Dixon reports on the key challenges and opportunities in networking that surfaced during the exchange, on day 1 of Learning Technologies 2017, with Mark Britz and James Tyer

TJwow webinar recording February 2017 - coaching and mentoring

Written by Jo Cook on 7 February 2017 in Video
TJwow webinar February 2017 coaching and mentoring

Recording of the TJ discussion webinar from February 2017 about coaching and mentoring skills.

How can we create organisational change that works and even feels good?

Written by Aimee Young on 6 February 2017 in Feature
Learning exchange 2017 John Stepper

Aimee Young caught up with John Stepper, author of Working Out Loud to find out how a few simple steps can support us to create a culture of collaboration in a changing workplace.

Government commits £170 million for Institutes of Technology to bridge the skills gap in the UK

Written by Jonathan Owen on 1 February 2017 in News
Skills, productivity

To boost skills, and to keep up with the accelerating pace of technical change, new strategies are being introduced to address issues around lifelong learning and deficiencies in skills 

New analysis tool keeps users updated on the latest developments in digital learning

Written by Jonathan Owen on 1 February 2017 in News
digital learning

An improved industry tool, launched at Learning Technologies today, aims to help buyers keep abreast of the latest advances in online learning

Marketing in learning and development – a charity success story

Written by Jo Cook on 30 January 2017 in Opinion
Image of a globe of pictures

Marie Duncan shares how she discovered the art of utilising a marketing strategy in engaging learners and promoting learning activities

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