Articles

What do I do when the team is not delivering?

Written by Beth Hood on 15 January 2021 in Features

Beth Hood gives TJ some trouble-shooting tips for teams to function properly.

L&D’s importance in driving transformation

Written by Wendy Shepherd and Steve Macaulay on 15 January 2021 in Opinion

Wendy Shepherd and Steve Macaulay explore L&D’s relationship with leaders in steering organisational change.

Strategies for enabling effective job role transition

Written by Johnson Wong on 15 January 2021 in Features

Moving job roles? Johnson Wong is here with advice, frameworks and experience.

TJ Newsflash: 14 January

Written by Jon Kennard on 14 January 2021 in News

Are you getting enough rest? All seven types? Read on for more in our second newsflash of 2021.

The levers of change: Seven predictions on race in the workplace

Written by Sophie Chandauka on 13 January 2021 in Opinion

Sophie Chandauka reflects on the landmarks in 2020 and tells us what must be done to progress at pace in 2021.

How to delegate successfully – without becoming a busy fool

Written by Susy Roberts on 13 January 2021 in Features

Delegation's what you need, says Susy Roberts.

Speaking with soul: The key to authentic leadership

Written by Nicholas Brice on 12 January 2021 in Opinion

Zoomed out? Nicholas Brice has some thoughts on how to re-engage yourself, and your audience.

Three reasons to measure employee experience

Written by Pasi Nikkanen on 12 January 2021 in Features

Pasi Nikkanen explores how employee experience is essential to measuring the impact of digital transformation.

#TJtalks: Peter Ryding on virtual coaching and how L&D can lead the change in 2021

Written by Jon Kennard on 12 January 2021 in Video

Jon talks to serial CEO Peter Ryding about virtual coaching, his meeting with John Cleese in Las Vegas, and what L&D can learn from last year and take forward into this one.

 

Five HR trends to watch in 2021

Written by Deb Muller on 11 January 2021 in Features

Deb Muller outlines the part that HR will play this year and beyond.

Why organisations need to hire a hybrid working support officer

Written by Frank Weishaupt on 11 January 2021 in Opinion

A new working reality calls for a newly created job role, says Frank Weishaupt.

TJ interviews: InStride's Jonathan Lau

Written by Jon Kennard on 8 January 2021 in Interviews

Despite the pandemic and the weak economy businesses continue to invest in workforce education. TJ’s editor Jon Kennard talks to chief learner officer and co-founder at InStride, Jonathan Lau to get a stateside update.

Four people predictions for 2021

Written by Ross Seychell on 8 January 2021 in Opinion

The only constant of 2020 was change and Ross Seychell predicts more of the same. Here he offers his personal predictions to help us through another uncertain year.

2021: The year to end workplace discrimination?

Written by Darren Hockley on 7 January 2021 in Opinion

Darren Hockley explores how innovative training could help eradicate workplace discrimination in 2021.

TJ Newsflash: 7 January

Written by Jon Kennard on 7 January 2021 in News

First newsflash of 2021 - dive in for a few curated stories from the world of L&D.

How to create a safe space for your team to share ideas

Written by Julia Shalet on 6 January 2021 in Features

Empowerent and failure are all part of the ideation process, says Julia Shalet.

2020: It’s behind you!

Written by Pam Hamilton on 6 January 2021 in Opinion

Pam Hamilton is looking to take the best bits of last year forward with her for a better 2021. 

Are you hindering 95% to stop the 5% that break the rules?

Written by Steven van Belleghem on 5 January 2021 in Opinion

Focus on the majority and make it easy for them to achieve your best results, says Steven van Belleghem.

Book excerpt: Move the Needle

Written by Shelley Brander on 18 December 2020 in Features

We take an excerpt from the first chapter of Shelley Brander's new book that starts with examining the value of empathy and creativity.

How to manage virtual social anxiety

Written by Pablo Vandenabeele on 18 December 2020 in Features

If you’re worried about any upcoming social events, help is at hand. Pablo Vandenabeele provides the best self-help strategies you can use to help manage your virtual social fears.