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TJ Newsflash: 13 September

Written by Jon Kennard on 13 September 2018 in News

Prince William leads off this week's newsflash. After you, your highness...

Why is humility so relevant for leaders and can it be developed through coaching?

Written by Khalid Aziz on 13 September 2018 in Opinion

Are the days of the strong 'hero' leader over? Not yet, but there's still another way, says Khalid Aziz.

Six questions to ask before you launch your next training programme

Written by Cordell Riley on 12 September 2018 in Features

Starting a training programme? Cordell Riley has questions.

How can we break the taboo of mental health in the workplace?

Written by Dr Zain Sikafi on 11 September 2018 in Opinion

Dr Zain Sikafi looks to health tech to help with mental wellbeing at work.

GDPR: Best practices for improving data security training

Written by Ian Osborne on 11 September 2018 in Features

To make sure the ICO don't come knocking, follow Ian Osborne's easy GDPR advice.

Mindfulness in business

Written by Nancy Priest on 10 September 2018 in Features

Mindfulness is more than a few deep breaths, says Nancy Priest.

TJ Awards 2018 to be hosted by TV and radio celebrity Jenni Falconer

Written by Jon Kennard on 7 September 2018 in News

TJ is delighted to announce that this year’s Gala Dinner is to be hosted by Jenni Falconer.

Navigating the rise of digital organisational communications

Written by Simon Wright and Lee Smith on 7 September 2018 in Features

It's good to talk. But what's the best way? Simon Wright and Lee Smith investigate.

The role of creativity in sales training

Written by Tony Hughes on 7 September 2018 in Features

Tony Hughes uses a powerful example from healthcare to illustrate why creativity might be the answer to better sales training.

TJ Newsflash: 6 Sept

Written by Jon Kennard on 6 September 2018 in News

The answer to an age-old question, kind of...

Magazine excerpt: Reboot coaching

Written by Pam Bateson on 5 September 2018 in Features

The new face of coaching is digital, democratised and in-demand, argues Pam Bateson.

Young people question value of apprenticeships amid mounting criticism of levy

Written by Mark Wright on 5 September 2018 in Features

Mark Wright says young people's views of the Apprenticeship Levy aren't all that positive.

Do businesses recognise the power of the outdoors on employee wellbeing?

Written by Liz Pilling on 4 September 2018 in Opinion

Liz Pilling extols the virtues of a bit of fresh air on the learning experience.

Magazine excerpt: Neuroagility and learning

Written by André Vermeulen on 4 September 2018 in Features

In the first of a series of articles, André Vermeulen offers some exercises to improve brain agility and learning.

Magazine excerpt: Future Insight

Written by Rohit Talwar and Helena Calle on 3 September 2018 in Features

How can we tackle gender imbalance in the personalities of AI learning tools? Rohit Talwar and Helena Calle investigate.

Five simple tricks to improve your learning daily

Written by Helen Sabell on 3 September 2018 in Features

Helen Sabell gives us some simple ways to improve our daily learning.

September 2018

Written by Jon Kennard on 3 September 2018 in Magazine

Sales expert and CEO of Imparta Richard Barkey tells TJ how to improve workplace learning.

The top five bad behaviours you're bringing home from work

Written by Andy Huggett on 30 August 2018 in Features

Are you bringing the worst of your work life home with you? Andy Huggett offers some advice.

TJ Newsflash: 30 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 30 August 2018 in News

You could be working a lot more than you think - put that phone away on the commute! And other stories...

Four ways to upskill remote workers

Written by Sean Bave on 29 August 2018 in Features

How do we embed a learning culture in our remote workers? Sean Bave has ideas.