Articles

How to lead your remote team through change

Written by Jon Kennard on 12 May 2021 in Features

Struggling with the change process? Simki Dutta has ideas for you.

How to develop transparent career paths for entry-level workers

Written by Evelyn Long on 11 May 2021 in Features

Evelyn Long looks at the importance of career road maps in construction and other industries. 

TJ interviews: AkzoNobel’s Carin de Weme

Written by Jon Kennard on 11 May 2021 in Interviews

TJ talks to Carin de Weme about how to build an international L&D ecosystem.

How to improve mental health by connecting well with nature

Written by Liggy Webb on 10 May 2021 in Features

Nature is the theme of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, and Liggy Webb has some connection ideas.

TJ Newsflash: 7 May

Written by Jon Kennard on 7 May 2021 in News

It's that rare beast - a Friday news round-up. Savour it, and read on...

Pride month preview: Three ways to support LGBTQ+ colleagues in the workplace

Written by Alasdair James Scott on 7 May 2021 in Features

As Pride month approaches Alasdair James Scott provides three key ways to support LGBTQ+ colleagues in the workplace.

How to democratise coaching

Written by Mark Ellery on 7 May 2021 in Features

As workers begin the return to work post- pandemic, Mark Ellery explores the role technology plays in making coaching accessible to all.

#TJtalks​​: Stephanie Davies on using comedy in business

Written by Jon Kennard on 6 May 2021 in Video

Jon talks to Stephanie Davies about her journey from stand-up comedian to running her consulting organisation, Laughology.

Skills: An ever-evolving toolkit

Written by James McLeod on 6 May 2021 in Opinion

James McLeod on why adaptability should replace expertise at work.

Training managers can help organisations through the mental health pandemic

Written by Mark Newey on 5 May 2021 in Features

Mark Newey gives us the lowdown on how to support employees through the return to the workplace.

How can businesses improve their skilling initiatives in 2021?

Written by Becs Roycroft on 5 May 2021 in Features

Becs Roycroft identifies three simple ways to keep your skills strategy on track. 

Five top tips for encouraging inclusive language in the workplace

Written by Alice MacDonald on 4 May 2021 in Features

Want to be more inclusive in your language? There's an easy acronym for that, says Alice MacDonald.

Seven training trends from the not-for-profit sector

Written by Matt Hugg on 4 May 2021 in Features

Organisations are adjusting to a new, post-pandemic normal, and that includes training procedures. Matt Hugg explores the new processes that are emerging.

Creating a more equitable workplace

Written by Amanda van Nuys on 30 April 2021 in Features

Diversity and inclusion are two of the most highly discussed and most important topics in the talent space. Here, Amanda Van Nuys answers some critical questions.

The AstraZeneca Learning Trial: Key insights

Written by Brian Murphy and Guy Champniss on 30 April 2021 in Features

On the completion of the AZ Learning Trial the L&D team, led by Brian Murphy,  found four key insights that really stood out.

TJ Newsflash: 29 April

Written by Jon Kennard on 29 April 2021 in News

A big shout out for the old pen and paper this week.

Hyflex: When hybrid meets flexible

Written by Frank Weishaupt on 29 April 2021 in Features

With mass adoption of hybrid and hyflex working, Frank Weishaupt offers three useful tips on keeping ahead of the game.

The challenges of remote working

Written by Blake Snow on 29 April 2021 in Opinion

As we mark a year of mass homeworking, Blake Snow explores the latest research findings on its impact.

What are the future business prospects of cities like London?

Written by Justin Small on 28 April 2021 in Features

COVID-19 caused mass migration from many major cities around the globe. Justin Small examines the figures for London and what they might predict for the future.

Rebel leaders we can all learn from

Written by Jackie Fast on 28 April 2021 in Features

Jackie Fast looks at unconventional leaders and explores what makes them agents of change.