The great office return: Five ways to shift your habits, mentality and vices

Written by Beth Riley on 20 September 2021 in Features

Beth Riley reveals ways in which to re-build a more positive daily routine.

The crucial role of training in recruiting more people with disabilities

Written by Eleanor Goichman Brett on 17 September 2021 in Opinion

Eleanor Goichman Brett underlines the importance of accessible and inclusive learning.

TJ Newsflash: 16 September

Written by Jon Kennard on 16 September 2021 in News

Stories from Moodle and elsewhere, in today's round up.

Realising the potential of a successful mentoring programme

Written by Sarah Cook and Steve MacAulay on 15 September 2021 in Features

Sarah Cook and Steve Macaulay provide the steps for a successful mentoring programme.

TJ interviews: The Cabinet Office's Daniel Okin

Written by Conor Gilligan on 15 September 2021 in Interviews

Degreed's Conor Gilligan interviews Daniel Okin from the Cabinet Office.

How can we close the learning gap?

Written by Andrew Heath on 14 September 2021 in Opinion

How to close the learning gap? First step, make it relevant, says Andrew Heath.

We can’t rebuild the economy without retraining and sustainability

Written by Tony Munro on 13 September 2021 in Opinion

Tony Munro highlights the continued importance of sustainability to economic recovery.

The science of burnout

Written by John Earls on 10 September 2021 in Features

We've all heard the term, and some of us may sadly have experienced it. But what's the science behind burnout? John Earls investigates.

TJ interviews: Hyland's Debbie Connelly

Written by Jon Kennard on 9 September 2021 in Interviews

TJ talk to Debbie Connelly about a post-covid HR strategy.

TJ Newsflash: 9 September

Written by Jon Kennard on 9 September 2021 in News

A newsflash wouldn't you know! Feast on this short round-up of interesting stories from L&D, HR and business.

Emotionally intelligent leadership, and why it’s crucial right now

Written by Tamson Amara on 8 September 2021 in Opinion

Right now, emotionally intelligent leadership is more crucial and relevant than ever. Tamson Amara tells us more.

Upskilling post-covid: Creating pathways to employment

Written by Dr Parves Khan on 8 September 2021 in Features

Dr Parves Khan discusses the importance of post-pandemic learning pathways.

Why it is important to upskill your maintenance workforce

Written by Bryan Christiansen on 7 September 2021 in Features

Upskilling can be beneficial across all industries - maintenance is a great example, says Bryan Christiansen. 

The last laugh: You’re braver than you think

Written by Stephanie Davies on 7 September 2021 in Opinion

For everything a reason - Stephanie Davies wants to change how we look at fear.

How your communication methods impact company culture

Written by Rachel Gray on 6 September 2021 in Features

It's been covered before but it bears repeating - communication in business is key.

Will workers be stuck on the ‘Change Curve’ as they return to the office?

Written by Richard Holmes on 6 September 2021 in Opinion

Richard Holmes discusses the importance of the Change Curve.

Managing change: How to make it work

Written by Jodie Rogers on 3 September 2021 in Features

Change starts with people. Author Jodie Rogers looks at how to get more from your people in challenging times.

Is leadership coaching an expression of revolutionary love?

Written by Julia Nickless on 3 September 2021 in Opinion

Love? That isn’t something we express at work, right? Julia Nickless says maybe we should...

Board development: How to transform your board into leaders

Written by Jeb Banner on 2 September 2021 in Features

Your board of directors is in charge of leading your organisation toward a sustainable and successful future. Learn how to improve leadership on your board.

TJ Newsflash: 2 September

Written by Jon Kennard on 2 September 2021 in News

Several features from across the pond this week on the newsflash - have a read today.