Articles

Are your team experiencing 'boreout'?

Written by Pablo Vandenabeele on 28 September 2020 in Features

Pablo Vandenabeele shares his tips and advice on coping with boreout in the workplace.

Why we must value human skills in a digital world

Written by Dr Mark Scullard on 25 September 2020 in Opinion

Dr Mark Scullard knows that the future of the workplace is human, insecurities and all.

Time for focus on management and getting things done pt2

Written by Steve Macaulay on 25 September 2020 in Features

Steve Macaulay concludes his piece looking at effective management for the future. 

TJ Newsflash: 24 September

Written by Jon Kennard on 24 September 2020 in News

Remote learning, hybrid working... a little taster of what's covered in this week's newsflash.

In 2020, is corporate social responsibility enough?

Written by Helen Foord on 24 September 2020 in Features

Helen Foord talks us through the 'purpose pathway'.

Unlocked subscriber content: Time for focus on management and getting things done pt1

Written by Steve Macaulay on 23 September 2020 in Features

In the first of a two-parter for subscribers, Steve Macaulay looks at effective management for the future. 

Wellbeing is not just a one-off event pt2

Written by Oana Arama on 23 September 2020 in Opinion

In the final part of her exploration of wellbeing Oana Arama provides a case study from The Fostering Network.

Kickstarting the upskilling journey: How to make the most of young talent

Written by Chris Milligan on 23 September 2020 in Features

Chris Milligan discusses how employers can make the most of the UK Government’s Kickstart scheme and the talent it will attract.

Don’t forget, humans are hardwired to work together

Written by Jamie Hinton on 22 September 2020 in Opinion

Jamie Hinton argues in favour of the office.
 

How AI can solve the corporate knowledge problem

Written by Nikolas Kairinos on 22 September 2020 in Opinion

The influx of digital technology has undoubtedly transformed the way that we live and work. Nikolas Kairinos says L&D needs to embrace change - and AI.

How to engage employees through furlough pt2

Written by Julie Cameron on 21 September 2020 in Features

In part two of a guide to engaging employees during furlough Julie Cameron looks at the practical aspects once people return to work.

From the archive: Leading from the bottom

Written by Graham Jones on 21 September 2020 in Features

One of the benefits of being a TJ subscriber is full access to our decades-long archive of content - here we look back to a piece about leadership from October 2012.

Book excerpt: Free to Soar - Race and Wellbeing in Organisations

Written by Guilaine Kinouani and Ruri Proto on 21 September 2020 in Features

In an excerpt from 'Free to Soar: Race and Wellbeing in Organisations', a new book edited by TJ contributor Binna Kandola, psychologists Guilaine Kinouani and Ruri Proto look at the intersection of race, mental health, wellbeing and impostor syndrome.

Cook looks: Trust the tech

Written by Jo Cook on 18 September 2020 in Opinion

This month Jo Cook provides some words of wisdom on making the transition from face-to-face delivery to digital.

TJ Newsflash: 17 September

Written by Jon Kennard on 17 September 2020 in News

In this week's newsflash we get existential. Read on for enlightenment... 

When training, credibility matters

Written by Krista Powell Edwards on 17 September 2020 in Opinion

Credibility will impact on the effectiveness and impact of training, says Krista Powell Edwards.

Wellbeing is not just a one-off event pt1

Written by Oana Arama on 16 September 2020 in Opinion

In the first of a two-part article Oana Arama argues that staff wellbeing should be part of the fabric of every organisation.

TJ interviews: Dr. Richard Hale

Written by Paul Kennedy on 15 September 2020 in Interviews

Paul Kennedy, co-founder of the consultancy PerformHQ, interviews Dr. Richard Hale about the future of organisational leadership.

What’s keeping your stakeholders awake at night?

Written by Lee Jones on 15 September 2020 in Opinion

Focusing great questioning and listening techniques while being confident is the way to build credibility in organisations. Lee Jones explains more.

Making your coaching business recession proof

Written by Sai Blackbyrn on 15 September 2020 in Features

Sai Blackbyrn offers some advice on how to keep your coaching and training business ticking over in the current lean times.