Truth and trust in recruiting and retaining talent

Written by Rita Trehan on 7 April 2022 in Features

Don't be tempted to inflate job descriptions says Rita Trehan

5 lessons for leaders to unlearn in 2022

Written by Abi Adamson on 23 March 2022 in Opinion

Breaking old habits, or unlearning is becoming a popular concept in L&D and here Abi Adamson reveals some leaders’ habits that need to be unlearned

The future of work hinges on employee recognition

Written by Muni Boga on 22 March 2022 in Features

A ‘return to normal’ is not in the cards, but something more transformational could be says Muni Boga 

Acknowledging remote workers’ contributions

Written by Luke Smith on 22 March 2022 in Features

How do we show and receive appreciation in the world of remote working? Luke Smith offers some suggestions

Shackleton and the Antarctic: Leadership Lessons for today (Part 2)

Written by Sarah Cook & Steve Macaulay on 21 March 2022 in Features

In the second article examining Shackleton’s ill-fated 1914 – 1916 expedition to Antarctica, Sarah Cook and Steve Macaulay suggest ways to create a development programme based on his style of leadership

Sorting the wheat from the chaff in L&D

Written by Tanya Boyd on 18 March 2022 in Opinion

Tanya Boyd examines the rapid change in workplace learning delivery during the pandemic and separates the good from the bad

Shackleton and the Antarctic: Leadership Lessons for today

Written by Steve Macaulay & Sarah Cook on 17 March 2022 in Features

Sarah Cook and Steve Macaulay look at the leadership legacy of Ernest Shackleton. In this first-part of a two-part article they outline his story and his leadership qualities

TJ interviews: IHG’s Stefan Nemecek

Written by Conor Gilligan on 16 March 2022 in Interviews

Degreed’s Conor Gilligan talks to IHG’s manager of global leadership development, Stefan Nemecek on his career in hospitality and how the Great Opportunity is accelerating the development of leaders

TJ Newsflash: 16 March

Written by Debbie Carter on 16 March 2022 in News

This week’s round up of the best interviews, stories and research from TJ’s editor

Working in prolonged crisis

Written by Luke Smith on 14 March 2022 in Features

Two years from the start of the pandemic Luke Smith examines the consequences of Covid and its impact on mental health and productivity

Creating equality in caring roles

Written by Charlotte Woodworth on 11 March 2022 in Features

Charlotte Woodworth on how employers can show they care 

#TJ Talks: Noorie Sazen on the changing world, the skills crisis and AI-enabled coaching

Written by itops itops on 10 March 2022 in Video

Viewers can access Saffron’s exclusive eBook for more insight into AI-enabled coaching and how it offers a scalable solution to skills development here

A hero born from comedy

Written by Stephanie Davies on 9 March 2022 in Opinion

This month Stephanie Davies explores the horror of stand-up and how a modern hero can rise from comedy to lead a nation at war 

TJ Newsflash: 9 March

Written by Debbie Carter on 9 March 2022 in News

A look at the latest news and research from the TJ team

The importance of self-care

Written by Joan van den Brink on 8 March 2022 in Features

Joan van den Brink on how to take care of you, when your job is to take care of others

Coping with long Covid

Written by Kerry Dulac on 7 March 2022 in Features

What can employers do to support employees with long Covid? Kerry Dulac provides some advice

Neurodiversity: How can we do better?

Written by D on 4 March 2022 in Interviews

TJ talks to three experts about neurodiversity: how it affects people and why leaders should embrace it

TJ Newsflash: 2 March

Written by Debbie Carter on 2 March 2022 in News

This week’s pick of the top stories, research, and inspiration from across the globe

4 actions to raise L&D’s profile

Written by Doug Marshall on 2 March 2022 in Opinion

Doug Marshall on how marketing techniques can make a difference to L&D teams

The power of microlearning

Written by Stuart Affleck on 1 March 2022 in Features

During the pandemic there has been some stagnation in L&D practice, here Stuart Affleck argues that microlearning may be the answer