Healthier hybrid working

Written by Cass Coulston on 30 September 2022 in Features

Cass Coulston explores recent research into ways of leading and thriving in a hybrid work environment 

Gender inequality in top jobs

Written by David B Horne on 27 September 2022 in Opinion

David B Horne investigates cognitive bias and its effect on women’s access to education and career opportunities

TJ interviews Kerry Jary from the Co-op

Written by Conor Gilligan on 26 September 2022 in Interviews

Kerry Jary is the learning and development campaigns manager at the Co-op, here she talks to Conor Gilligan about this newly created role in the L&D department, her belief in communication as the key to engaging people in learning and how she is raising the bar on diversity and inclusion across the organisation.

Improve learning by brain optimisation

Written by Natalia Ramsden on 23 September 2022 in Features

Natalia Ramsden looks at neuroscience research and provides her view of the best science that supports improved brain function and learning 

Creating a culture of perpetual learning

Written by Debbie Carter on 23 September 2022 in Features

As the Festival of Learning’s Have a Go Month draws to a close next week, TJ asks six experts how leaders can create a culture of learning in the workplace

The nomadic CEO

Written by Mimi Nicklin on 21 September 2022 in Opinion

Mimi Nicklin reflects on being a nomadic leader and offers advice to those who want to adopt a new way of working

TJ Newsflash: 21 September

Written by Debbie Carter on 21 September 2022 in News

A look at the best stories, research and news in HR, talent, learning and organisational development as selected by the TJ editorial team.

Reducing unconscious bias at work

Written by Luke Smith on 20 September 2022 in Features

Luke Smith investigates the role leaders play in tackling unconscious bias in the workplace

Enabling your enablers

Written by Kevin Beales on 15 September 2022 in Features

Kevin Beales offers 5 tips for managers to improve sales coaching

Engaging managers: the key to success in flexible working

Written by Theresa Mayne on 14 September 2022 in Features

Theresa Mayne looks at the importance of managers in hybrid and remote working

TJ interviews abrdn’s Peter Yarrow

Written by Conor Gilligan on 13 September 2022 in Interviews

Degreed’s Conor Gilligan talks to abrdn’s global head of learning, Peter Yarrow. They discuss Yarrow's belief in his colleagues and his careful approach to the latest trends in technology. Yarrow also explores capability academies and how they have proved successful for abrdn. 

Leading teams to embrace courage at work

Written by Sue Stockdale on 7 September 2022 in Opinion

Leaders who show vulnerability in turn nurture courage in their teams, says Sue Stockdale, and that prepares them for the unknown

L&D’s challenges in the hybrid workspace

Written by Wendy Edie on 7 September 2022 in Features

There are problems for learning and development in the post-pandemic, increasingly green world of work as Wendy Edie explores

Improvisation – a key skill for the 21st century leader

Written by Theodore Klein on 6 September 2022 in Features

Theodore Klein looks at innovative techniques to improve management capabilities

Supporting non-native speakers

Written by Mursal Hedayat on 5 September 2022 in Opinion

Mursal Hedayat explores how to support employees who speak English as a second language 

TJ Newsflash: 2 September

Written by Debbie Carter on 2 September 2022 in News

Here’s this week’s look at research, resources and news for all those working in the field of learning, talent and skills as selected by TJ’s editorial team

Healthy conversation about mental health

Written by Lou Campbell on 1 September 2022 in Opinion

Psychological Safety around mental health is more than just words – it requires thought, and boundaries says Lou Campbell

7 ways to become a digital-first organisation

Written by Bernard Marr on 31 August 2022 in Features

Bernard Marr explores digital transformation, and offers tips to leaders who want their teams to embrace change

Emotional Intelligence: delivering success in a VUCA world

Written by Dr Lynda Folan on 30 August 2022 in Features

Lynda Folan explains why leaders should be using emotional intelligence to help their teams to be more persuasive

Adapting for multi-generational teams

Written by Steve Butler on 25 August 2022 in Features

How to manage an age diverse workforce is critical today and into the future. Steve Butler shows us how to understand the multi-generational workplace