Articles

Rise of the machines

Written by Alan Hiddleston on 19 August 2022 in Features

Automation and AI are changing workplaces and Alan Hiddleston says that L&D need to re-think their approach to learning to reduce the impact on jobs

Understanding gender identity

Written by Joanne Lockwood on 18 August 2022 in Features

Joanne Lockwood (she/her) on why we need more training around gender identity and sexual orientation

How to upskill using peer mentoring

Written by Amrit Sandhar on 16 August 2022 in Features

The benefits of peer mentoring are many says by Amrit Sandhar, and upskilling is one we can’t afford to ignore right now

The orchestrator – a new role for L&D

Written by Sharon Olivier on 15 August 2022 in Features

Sharon Olivier reveals new research that shows the L&D practitioner moving away from being the expert, to the orchestrator of learning

The pros and cons of psychometric testing

Written by Nathan Thompson on 12 August 2022 in Features

The value of psychometric tests are often questioned but here Nathan Thompson argues they have their place in our bid to secure and develop the best talent

The TJ Podcast: August 2022

Written by Debbie Carter on 11 August 2022 in Podcast

TJ’s editor Debbie Carter talks to diversity and inclusion specialist and transgender woman, Joanne Lockwood 

TJ Newsflash: 11 August

Written by Debbie Carter on 11 August 2022 in News

Here’s the latest bulletin of specially selected news, views and research from the TJ editorial team.

The benefits of improving vocal confidence

Written by Judith Quin on 10 August 2022 in Features

Judith Quin on how to improve vocal confidence to build a stronger, more productive, and happier workforce

Leading thriving teams

Written by Paula Leach on 9 August 2022 in Features

Paula Leach describes 8 ways you can elevate your team from coping to thriving

Nudging leaders

Written by Mario Weick, Becky Stephens and Hamdi Hamzah on 3 August 2022 in Features

Mario Weick, Becky Stephens and Hamdi Hamzah explore using behavioural science to make leadership training stick

Crafting vision through collaboration

Written by Luke Smith on 3 August 2022 in Features

Luke Smith says you can’t create a company vision without employee collaboration – here’s why 

3 ways to improve employee growth

Written by Cecilia Gorman on 2 August 2022 in Features

Cecilia Gorman offers advice to those leaders and managers struggling to find time for training, learning and development 

Growing your own talent

Written by Rita Trehan on 28 July 2022 in Features

It's time to stop seeking top talent, and start creating it instead – says Rita Trehan

How to mentor sustainability

Written by Anthony Chadwick on 27 July 2022 in Opinion

Sustainability is a word that is bandied about by politicians and business people, but how do you attain it? Anthony Chadwick explores how to pass on experience 

 

TJ Newsflash: 27 July

Written by Debbie Carter on 27 July 2022 in News

A roundup of the best news, views and research for all those involved in managing and developing people in all types of organisations, large and small, across the globe.

5 ways to make a success of SaaS

Written by Jeremy Davis on 26 July 2022 in Features

Jeremy Davis on how stellar customer experience can boost retention, drive engagement, and reduce churn for businesses

Breaking down barriers for the disabled

Written by Luke Smith on 14 July 2022 in Features

Luke Smith examines how to plan events to be accessible for all 

TJ Newsflash: 13 July

Written by Debbie Carter on 13 July 2022 in News

The TJ team has assembled a varied and challenging reading list for this week! We hope it inspires, informs and educates in equal measure.

Great leaders dial down ego and increase humility

Written by Mike McLaughlin and Elaine Cox on 12 July 2022 in Features

Mike McLaughlin and Elaine Cox offer leaders six ways to reduce ego and lead with humility 

Clarity and vision in change

Written by Paula Leach on 8 July 2022 in Features

What do your staff really need when embarking on transformation projects? Paula Leach provides four key questions successful leaders ask