The last laugh: Are we able to function socially when we get back together?

Written by Stephanie Davies on 14 June 2021 in Opinion

For Stephanie Davies, it's good to be back out there - but it takes a faux-pas or two to find your feet.  

TJ Interviews: EXPLORE Data Science Academy’s Shaun Dippnall

Written by Jon Kennard on 11 June 2021 in Interviews

TJ spoke to Shaun Dipnall to discover what it takes to make it in data science.

TJ Newsflash: 10 June

Written by Jon Kennard on 10 June 2021 in News

News time: Culture! Blended learning! Eclipses! 

What happens if an employee sets up a side hustle?

Written by Kate Palmer on 10 June 2021 in Features

Do your employees have secondary jobs and if so how do you manage them? Kate Palmer explores the pros and cons of the side hustle.

Introducing LinkedIn Learning Hub: An LXP, a skills taxonomy, and so much more

Written by LinkedIn Learning on 9 June 2021 in Features

LinkedIn Learning have launched an exciting new product, destined to shake up the LXP market. Read on for more. 

The importance of bridging the UK’s digital skills gap

Written by Paul Geddes on 9 June 2021 in Features

The long-term promise of the Lifetime Skills Guarantee must be augmented with short-term interventions, argues Paul Geddes.

Let’s talk

Written by Richard Saundry on 9 June 2021 in Opinion

Professor Richard Saundry calls for more mediation and less legal intervention in solving workplace problems

The pros and cons of flexible working

Written by Nick Gallimore on 8 June 2021 in Opinion

Nick Gallimore on why hybrid working will be the foundation for the future of work.

How to handle culture enemies

Written by Alex Nicolaus on 8 June 2021 in Features

Alex Nicolaus on how to maintain your organisation’s soul as it grows.

Future-proofing performance management

Written by Steve Macaulay and David Buchanan on 8 June 2021 in Features

Steve Macaulay and David Buchanan tackle how to create a performance management system which will be fit for purpose to deal with current and future challenges.

Three ways to develop leadership language that works globally

Written by Dan Bullock and Raul Sanchez on 7 June 2021 in Features

Over to the profs: For Dan Bullock and Raul Sanchez, there are three simple ways to make huge improvements to your leadership abilities.

How to create connections at hybrid training conferences

Written by Christina Tomlinson on 28 May 2021 in Features

In addition to learning, attendees at hybrid training conferences also look forward to networking with other participants. Here’s how to help them achieve that.

Why companies need to 'retire retirement' and start training their employees to work into their 80s

Written by Michael Middleton on 28 May 2021 in Opinion

A controversial idea, but one more popular than you might think. Michael Middleton takes aim at retirement.

Hiring during the pandemic: Here’s what employees want from their employers

Written by Pablo Vandenabeele on 27 May 2021 in Features

Pablo Vandenabeele shares his thoughts on what employees really want in a post-pandemic world.

TJ Newsflash: 27 May

Written by Jon Kennard on 27 May 2021 in News

It's Thursday - must be newsflash time. Let's start with a piece about purpose. Does your business have one?

How mental contrasting can help you reach your goals

Written by Gemma Leigh Roberts on 26 May 2021 in Features

Gemma Leigh Roberts highlights three steps to using mental contrasting.

How to keep company metrics top of mind (not on the shelf)

Written by Lydia Hooper on 26 May 2021 in Features

Lydia Hooper underlines the importance of a good visual in your comms strategy. 

How to get the best of both worlds in post-pandemic training

Written by Gary Williams on 25 May 2021 in Features

Call it hybrid or call it the blend - Gary Williams calls it the future. 

The ROI of coaching: A holistic view

Written by CoachHub on 25 May 2021 in Features

In an excerpt from TJ's latest white paper, coaching experts CoachHub talk about the importance of a holistic approach.

Managing up: Why the best teams lead their leaders

Written by Pam Hamilton on 25 May 2021 in Opinion

Pam Hamilton discusses why managing up shouldn't be frowned upon - it should be encouraged.