Articles

The impact of AI on managing sales talent

Written by Mark Savinson on 9 May 2019 in Features

It's time to make use of that virtual assistant in your sales process, says Mark Savinson.

The importance of professional development in 2019

Written by Libby Webb on 8 May 2019 in Features

In 2019 CPD is more important than ever, says Libby Webb.

How the apprenticeship levy can generate a stronger skills base

Written by Richard Hilton on 7 May 2019 in Features

Richard Hilton shares his thoughts on how businesses are missing out on the opportunity to boost their employee skill base through unclaimed apprenticeship levy funding.

From TJ Magazine: Hit uncertainty for six

Written by Jeremy Snape on 7 May 2019 in Features

Former England cricketer Jeremy Snape has the tactics to help your leadership team maintain a winning mindset when they need it most.

10 questions to consider when choosing a sales training provider

Written by Mike Schultz on 3 May 2019 in Features

Looking for a good sales trainer? These tips from Mike Schultz should help.

From TJ Magazine: Old wine in a new bottle?

Written by Dr Ken Nowack and Andrew Munro on 3 May 2019 in Features

In the first of a three-part series, Dr Ken Nowack and Andrew Munro explore emotional and social competence in organisations.

TJ Newsflash: 2 May

Written by Jon Kennard on 2 May 2019 in News

Dive into our stories about the downsides of Slack and more, in the week's newsflash. 

How has corporate learning improved and diversified over the years?

Written by Liz Andersin on 2 May 2019 in Features

Liza Andersin discusses the timeline of corporate learning and how it has adapted to the workplace trends and diversified over the years.

May 2019

Written by Jon Kennard on 1 May 2019 in Magazine

We talk to Nicholas J Brice, the soul man of L&D.

Brexit or no Brexit, apprenticeships are the future.

Written by Ben Rowland on 1 May 2019 in Opinion

Apprenticeships are the path to guide us through this uncertainty, says Ben Rowland.

From TJ Magazine: What makes a winning entry?

Written by Debbie Carter on 1 May 2019 in Features

With six weeks to go until the closing date for the TJ Awards 2019, Debbie Carter offers some tips on how to write an outstanding entry.

TJ interviews: Degreed's Todd Tauber

Written by Jon Kennard on 30 April 2019 in Interviews

We talk to Todd Tauber about his work at Degreed and the future of corporate learning.

Capital investment alone can’t make the Institutes of Technology a success

Written by Martin Hottass on 29 April 2019 in Opinion

The Institutes of Technology initiative is welcomed but willl take more effort than we think to be a success, says Martin Hottass. 

How to make flexible working work for your office

Written by Claire Huish on 29 April 2019 in Features

Claire Huish discusses the need for employers to be a little more flexible when it comes to working practices.

Recruiting the good, blocking the bad: HR and cyber-attacks

Written by Dan Medina on 26 April 2019 in Features

Worried about how cyber-secure your HR policies are? Fear not - Dan Medina is here with some advice.

How to harness soft skills learning data to develop the workforce of the future

Written by Armin Hopp on 25 April 2019 in Features

Tying data to soft skills is paramount for success, says Armin Hopp.

TJ Newsflash: 25 April

Written by Jon Kennard on 25 April 2019 in News

Is it ever ok to hug your colleagues in the workplace? This and other questions, in the week's newsflash.

A trainer's journal: My journey pt2

Written by Julian Roche on 24 April 2019 in Opinion

Julian Roche concludes his two-part piece about his life in training.

How to learn your way to the top in hospitality

Written by Benoît-Etienne Domenget on 24 April 2019 in Opinion

Benoît-Etienne Domenget argues that the fast-evolving hospitality industry offers rich potential for individuals, and employers, who can master the art of talent development.

Call of Duty for business: How virtual practice can deliver performance

Written by Douglas Seifert on 23 April 2019 in Opinion

Could a game like Call of Duty be the learning solution you need? Douglas Seifert thinks so.