Magazine excerpt: An age of disruption

Written by Paul Lewis on 4 June 2018 in Features

Business leaders need new skills to understand and respond to today’s geopolitical risks, argues Paul Lewis.

Pre-recorded vs. live webinars: Pros and cons

Written by Julian Roche on 4 June 2018 in Opinion

Juian Roche asks: pre-recorded or live, how do you like your webinars?

June 2018

Written by Jon Kennard on 1 June 2018 in Magazine

Annie Boate talks transformational coaching, and we examine the world of compassionate leadership.

Common cognitive biases in selection and assessment and how you can turn them to your advantage

Written by Ed Mellett on 1 June 2018 in Features

Ed Mellett takes a look at some of the most common biases at play during assessment and selection events.

TJ Newsflash: 31 May

Written by Jon Kennard on 31 May 2018 in News

Maximum productivity time discovered, and other great stories in this week's newsflash.

Industry standards are critical to supporting digital apprenticeships

Written by Graham Hunter on 30 May 2018 in Opinion

Graham Hunter makes the apprenticeship case for businesses of all sizes.

TJ interviews: Olam Cocoa's Ronald Vos

Written by Jon Kennard on 30 May 2018 in Interviews

Following International Health and Safety Day, we get a few pointers from Ronald Vos. 

Training is not just child’s play - even if you use game theory

Written by Jason Seebaruth on 25 May 2018 in Features

Jason Seebaruth attended a memorable session at last month's CIPD L&D show. 

The future of your organisation depends on a skills investment

Written by Kathy Schneider on 25 May 2018 in Opinion

Kathy Schneider ties a few recent events together to highlight the most important part of an L&D strategy: the people. 

Can you motivate without throwing money at people?

Written by Bryce Sanders on 25 May 2018 in Opinion

It's all about the money, money, money. Or is it? Bryce Sanders investigates.

TJ Newsflash: 24 May

Written by Jon Kennard on 24 May 2018 in News

Is it that time again? All your newsflash needs, listed beneath. We kick off with a great checklist of positive behaviours. 

Rebellious leaders: Margaret Sanger

Written by Paul Russell on 23 May 2018 in Features

Paul Russell looks at the life of birth control activist Margaret Sanger.

How to identify talent for SME L&D professionals

Written by Dr Xiaoxian Zhu on 23 May 2018 in Features

Dr Xiaoxian Zhu looks at the talent situation for smaller businesses.

How employers can improve the effectiveness of mental health campaigns

Written by John Dean on 21 May 2018 in Features

John Dean follows up on the recent Mental Health Awareness week.

TJ interviews: Bridge by Instructure's Matt Bingham

Written by Jon Kennard on 17 May 2018 in Interviews

To cap off Mental Health Awareness Week, we interview Matt Bingham to get the American perspective on stress and productivity.

Five myths about stress

Written by Jaan Madan on 17 May 2018 in Features

This year, Mental Health Awareness Week (14 - 20 May) is shining a spotlight on stress. Here, Jaan Madan looks at five common myths.

How do you learn at work?

Written by Steve Wainwright on 17 May 2018 in Opinion

To coincide with Learning at Work Week, Steve Wainwright looks to the future of workplace learning.

TJ Newsflash: 17 May

Written by Jon Kennard on 17 May 2018 in News

This is the news. This week our news stories are focusing on places a bit further afield...

The TJ Podcast: May 2018

Written by Jon Kennard on 16 May 2018 in Features

Welcome to the slightly different TJ podcast! Jon is going solo for more of it, but never fear - Jo is still on hand to talk all things webinar/magazine/events, and Carolyn Blunt of Ember Real Results pops by to talk digital learning strategies.

From cost savings to added value: the evolution of managed learning

Written by Sally Hurrell on 16 May 2018 in Features

A new research study highlights the changing nature of managed learning, says Sally Hurrell.