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Shortlist for the L&D Professional of the Year announced

Written by Jon Kennard on 31 July 2019 in News

The judges of the L&D Professional of the Year category have now released the results of their deliberations and congratulations go to all those listed.

Do you need university to become an accountant?

Written by Christina Nawrocki on 31 July 2019 in Opinion

Christina Nawrocki discusses the age-old question of whether you need a university degree to become an accountant.

The TJ Podcast: July 2019

Written by Jon Kennard on 30 July 2019 in Features

Jon and Kate come to you live (ish) from this year's Learning Technologies Summer Forum.

The seven benefits of blended learning

Written by Krystal Tolani on 30 July 2019 in Features

Need learning at scale? Blending is your answer, according to Krystal Tolani.

Why businesses need a GDPR refresher

Written by Thorsten Kurpjuhn on 30 July 2019 in Opinion

GDPR is an ongoing concern and you need to keep with cybersecurity, says Thorsten Kurpjuhn.

#TJA19: The shortlist is revealed

Written by Jon Kennard on 29 July 2019 in News

The category champions and their teams have finished the preliminary judging of the TJ Awards 2019 and the shortlist is now available.

How to build a successful L&D programme for your business

Written by Kiara Williams on 29 July 2019 in Features

Align learning and business strategies for success, says Kiara Williams.

Women are happier and more enthusiastic at work, despite being paid less

Written by Deborah Frost on 29 July 2019 in Features

Deborah Frost discusses the benefits of closing the gender pay gap.

82% of workers aren’t confident talking about mental health

Written by Sean Walsh on 26 July 2019 in Features

It's good to talk - are you one of the 18%? Sean Walsh gives us the stats.

Take control of your working day – be deliberate

Written by Kate Turner on 25 July 2019 in Features

Don't sleepwalk through your day - be deliberate, says Kate Turner.

TJ interviews: Harvard Business Publishing's Diane Belcher

Written by Jon Kennard on 24 July 2019 in Interviews

We interview Diane Belcher from Harvard Business Publishing.

Diversifying hiring practices to bridge the skills gap

Written by Jennifer Warawa on 23 July 2019 in Opinion

How can hiring a diverse workforce help the accountancy industry? Jennifer Warawa tells TJ.

How to lead the augmented workforce: The dance of ‘humarithms and algorithms’

Written by Frederick Holscher and Colin Williams on 22 July 2019 in Features

It's time to collaborate with AI, say Frederick Holscher and Colin Williams.

How to train and entertain on away days

Written by Sean Spencer on 18 July 2019 in Features

Got a training day coming up soon? Make the most of it with this advice from Sean Spencer.

TJ Newsflash: 18 July

Written by Jon Kennard on 18 July 2019 in News

Are we witnessing the end of the book as educational resource? This and other big questions in the week's newsflash.

How to maximise your ROI on training

Written by Dara Murphy on 17 July 2019 in Features

What is mastery? Let Dara Murphy help explain how to take training to the next level.

How to respond to employees' needs and engage them

Written by Simon Stapleton, Andy Dean and Tim Evans on 16 July 2019 in Features

Does Maslow's work link to a more engaged business? Simon Stapleton, Andy Dean and Tim Evans can tell you more.

How to make employees feel welcome when they join

Written by Melissa Sergeant on 16 July 2019 in Features

Need a few quick onboarding tips? Melissa Sergeant has it covered.

The ingredients of high performance that make the results possible

Written by Chris Martin on 16 July 2019 in Features

Focus, vision, review. Chris Martin tells TJ about the ingredients of high performance.

We live in an uncertain world pt2

Written by Laurent Corneille on 15 July 2019 in Opinion

Laurent Corneille concludes his piece about uncertainty for TJ.