How to promote transparency within your workplace culture

Written by Vishal Chhatralia on 15 February 2019 in Features

As humans, it’s instinctive to like to know what is going on. Vishal Chhatralia talks transparency.

Automation: How thinking skills can prepare young people for the march of the robots

Written by Dr Dave Walters on 12 February 2019 in Features

What makes us human is our key to the future, says Dr. Dave Walters.

What can managers and leaders learn from Brexit?

Written by Stuart Cameron on 11 February 2019 in Features

Stuart Cameron outlines what managers and leaders can learn from Brexit.

Apprenticeships: The Government must remove barriers to employer investment

Written by Kirstie Donnelly on 11 February 2019 in Opinion

The Apprenticeship Levy can be a success but the Government needs to make some changes, says Kirstie Donnelly.

From TJ Magazine: Happy Talk

Written by Henry Stewart on 8 February 2019 in Features

This month, Henry Stewart demonstrates the power of story.

TJ Newsflash: 7 February

Written by Jon Kennard on 7 February 2019 in News

The workforce is getting older. Do you agree? This and other stories in this week's newsflash.

From TJ Magazine: The healthy workplace

Written by Karen Meager and John McLachlan on 6 February 2019 in Features

In the second of a series of articles on mental health, Karen Meager and John McLachlan explore how to create a healthy working environment.

STEM careers: Do we need a shift in classroom culture?

Written by Andrew Vear on 6 February 2019 in Opinion

Back to school: Andrew Vear argues that the classroom culture needs to change to entice more students. 

From TJ Magazine: The role of the arts in L&D

Written by Alison Sutherland on 5 February 2019 in Features

Alison Sutherland on how acting techniques can help people and organisations to achieve their objectives.


The value of continuous education in the workplace

Written by Graham Hunter on 5 February 2019 in Features

Graham Hunter talks about the benefits of continuous learning in the workplace.

February 2019

Written by Jon Kennard on 4 February 2019 in Magazine

Hilti's Rachel Hutchinson talks Learning Technologies in advance of this year's event at Excel. 

Learning technology trends for 2019: A reality check

Written by Armin Hopp on 4 February 2019 in Opinion

Before anyone makes any grand predictions it's time for a reality check, says Speexx's Armin Hopp.

How high performing organisations are closing the leadership capability gap

Written by Steve Wainwright on 4 February 2019 in Features

Steve Wainwright explores how companies are reaping rewards from their investment in leadership development.

TJ Newsflash: 31 January

Written by Jon Kennard on 31 January 2019 in News

What does real leadership look like in the #metoo era? And other stories...

Who will become the Uber of packaged elearning content?

Written by Conor Gilligan on 30 January 2019 in Features

Conor Gilligan looks at a few companies providing packaged elearning and who might rise to the top. 

Why understanding yourself helps your company

Written by James Barrass-Banks on 29 January 2019 in Opinion

Understand yourself and your value, and you can do more for your company, says James Barrass-Banks.

How to encourage cultural change through staff representative training

Written by Helen Jamison on 28 January 2019 in Features

Helen Jamison tells TJ about the importance of staff representatives.

How to negotiate through leadership and influence pt2

Written by Denise Jeffrey on 28 January 2019 in Features

Denise Jeffrey concludes her piece about how the behaviour of your negotiation counterparts can give you valuable clues about what’s driving them.

Why unlimited content isn’t useful for your learners

Written by Libby Webb on 25 January 2019 in Opinion

Unlimited content is a good thing for learners, right? Well, maybe not, says Libby Webb.

Lessons from the dinosaurs: Innovate or die

Written by Rob Hubbard on 25 January 2019 in Opinion

L&D needs to innovate or risk getting left behind with the dinosaurs, says Rob Hubbard.