Turning the supertanker: How large companies can innovate pt 2

Written by Rob Hubbard on 18 November 2019 in Features

Concluding his third article in the series, Rob Hubbard looks at innovation in larger companies.

TJ interviews: Sidetrade’s Luke Hennerley

Written by Luke Hennerley on 18 November 2019 in Interviews

We talk all things AI with Luke Hennerley.

Culture is as culture does

Written by Dennis Budinich on 15 November 2019 in Features

Dennis Budinich on how to shift company culture by accessing new ways to educate employees.

The UK’s job hopping habits

Written by Iwona Polog on 15 November 2019 in Features

Iwona Polog reveals the reasons driving people to leave their jobs.

TJ interviews: Avenica's Scott Dettman

Written by Scott Dettman on 14 November 2019 in Interviews

Scott Dettman on how candidates and employers can make the most of entry-level working.

TJ Newsflash: 14 November

Written by Jon Kennard on 14 November 2019 in News

Curated for you - the stories that caught our eye this week.

From TJ Magazine: Art of discovery

Written by Nick Wright on 13 November 2019 in Features

Nick Wright shares ideas from the TESOL world that can be applied to learning and development.

Why we need to vaccinate our leaders

Written by Dr Rebecca Godfrey on 13 November 2019 in Opinion

Dr Rebecca Godfrey on how to allow leaders to make mistakes and protect their confidence.

From TJ Magazine: Cook looks

Written by Jo Cook on 12 November 2019 in Features

Jo Cook reignites her passion for art and discovers great learning along the way.

TJ Interviews: Dr Neil McDonnell

Written by Dr Neil McDonnell on 12 November 2019 in Interviews

TJ meets Dr Neil McDonnell, LKAS Fellow for Virtual and Augmented Reality at University of Glasgow and speaker at AR & VR in the Public Sector.

From TJ Magazine: Lessons from military intelligence

Written by Emma Dutton MBE on 11 November 2019 in Features

Emma Dutton MBE has tips from the frontline to improve your influencing skills.

Are businesses making their printed materials accessible enough?

Written by James Shields on 11 November 2019 in Opinion

Consider conditions such as dyslexia, colour blindness and early onset dementia, says James Shields.

Dealing with major setbacks: lessons from an Olympic athlete

Written by Dr Cath Bishop on 8 November 2019 in Features

Tips on resilience from Olympic rower, Dr Cath Bishop.

Bringing CPD from the Dark Ages to the 21st century

Written by Anthony Chadwick on 8 November 2019 in Features

It’s time to embrace a digital approach to CPD, says Anthony Chadwick.

TJ Newsflash: 7 November

Written by Jon Kennard on 7 November 2019 in News

It's the week's newsflash - we couldn't resist the 'and finally' story, sorry... 

A more professional way to disagree

Written by Kate Turner on 7 November 2019 in Opinion

TV show The Apprentice is a masterclass is how not to handle conflict, says Kate Turner

Prioritising healthy nutrition in the workplace

Written by Jane Freeman on 6 November 2019 in Features

Jane Freeman offers food for thought on the business benefits of helping employees to eat well.

Book excerpt: The 4 stages of psychological safety - defining the path to inclusion and innovation

Written by Timothy R. Clark on 5 November 2019 in Features

Timothy R. Clark offers powerful new insights about psychological safety.


TJ Interviews: OEB 2019 keynote Audrey Watters

Written by Jon Kennard on 4 November 2019 in Interviews

TJ meets Audrey Watters, education writer at Hack Education, independent scholar and author.

Why mixed-gender management teams perform better

Written by Miti Ampoma on 4 November 2019 in Opinion

The business case for more women in senior positions is overwhelming, says Miti Ampoma.