How universities can support students to be job ready

Written by Jessica Montgomery on 19 August 2019 in Features

Jessica Montgomery gives TJ a few tips for getting graduates ready for their entry to the workplace. 

Do you need university to become an accountant? Pt2

Written by Christina Nawrocki on 16 August 2019 in Opinion

Christina Nawrocki concludes her piece about whether you need a university degree to become an accountant.


From TJ Magazine: Work's a beach

Written by Mike Ianiri on 15 August 2019 in Features

Ready to live the dream? Mike Ianiri on the tech and tips you’ll need to make the beach your office.

TJ Newsflash: 15 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 15 August 2019 in News

Does your leadership style scare employees? How CAN you make compliance training better? We've linked to some of the questions, and maybe even some of the answers in this week's newsflash...

TJ Interviews: Shawn Storer, speaker at L&D Influencers Europe

Written by Jon Kennard on 14 August 2019 in Interviews

Shawn Storer runs Shawn Storer Creative Leadership Solutions and will be chairing L&D Influencers Europe conference. Ahead of the event we found out why his biggest lesson has been to listen and care and how he learns something from someone every single day. 

Workplace diversity: It’s more than just a gender issue

Written by Liam Butler on 14 August 2019 in Opinion

Diversity is a crucial issue from onboarding onwards, says Liam Butler. 

From TJ Magazine: Why don't we learn from mistakes?

Written by Steve Macaulay and David Buchanan on 13 August 2019 in Features

Steve Macaulay and David Buchanan look at why organisations respond badly to mistakes and what L&D can do about it.

How to automation-proof your workforce

Written by Jonathan Fitchew on 12 August 2019 in Features

How can the human and AI workforce co-exist? It's all about the soft skills, says Jonathan Fitchew. 

This is the future of learning analytics

Written by Libby Webb on 9 August 2019 in Features

The business of analytics is maturing and L&D needs to get on board, says Libby Webb.

How events professionals can improve their work environment and become more productive

Written by Lisa Hatswell on 9 August 2019 in Features

Lisa Hatswell gives TJ tips for moving from burnout to productivity. 

TJ Newsflash: 8 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 8 August 2019 in News

Need some networking advice? Right this way to the top newsflash article of the week.

How to develop a leadership culture for innovation and agility

Written by Jill Pennington on 7 August 2019 in Features

EI is the new differentiator for a strong leadership culture, says Jill Pennington.

Why we need to change perceptions of disability

Written by Chris Jay on 6 August 2019 in Opinion

Disability awareness training can positively impact the development of a business in many ways. Chris Jay explains.

From TJ Magazine: Make the magic happen

Written by Chris Baréz-Brown on 6 August 2019 in Features

Chris Baréz-Brown conjures up 10 steps to help you spark your best ideas – no sleight of hand required!

When was the last time you did something without a plan?

Written by Michael Towse on 5 August 2019 in Opinion

Michael Towse urges those in L&D to stop and ask, why are we doing what we're doing? 

August 2019

Written by Jon Kennard on 5 August 2019 in Magazine

Elke Edwards tells TJ about her work in L&D and leadership that's led to her Ivy House project.

TJ interviews: Haldex's Patrik Bergman

Written by Conor Gilligan on 5 August 2019 in Interviews

Conor Gilligan interviews Patrik Bergman, learning and collaboration manager at Haldex.

Upskilling the workforce to drive growth through better customer service

Written by Armin Hopp on 2 August 2019 in Features

Customer experience is everyone's responsibility, says Armin Hopp.

TJ Newsflash: 1 August

Written by Jon Kennard on 1 August 2019 in News

Somehow, it's August. Distract yourself from the rapid passing of time with this week's newsflash.

What does great learning sound like?

Written by Kate Pasterfield on 1 August 2019 in Opinion

L&D departments often talk about what great learning ‘looks’ like but not so often what it ‘sounds’ like. Kate Pasterfield elaborates.