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Having a formal mentoring programme is good for business. Laura Francis has three steps to help you create a mentoring culture in your organisation.
This week Jon gives his blog over to instructional designer Cara North who reviews Andrée Funnell’s book Behind the Mask.
It's a buyer's market out there thanks to the likes of Uber. But how can this make us better learners? Read Gerry Griffin's debut blog for TJ.
Laura Francis wants your mentoring programmes to succeed. Here's how she can help.
Elke Edwards draws inspiration from our youth this month.
Laura Francis gives us some strategies to improve equality through mentoring.
Leadership training needs an overhaul - and soon, says Elke Edwards.
Barry Johnson talks 70:20:10 and the fourth Industrial Revolution.
We have a new blogger! Please give Elke Edwards, founder of Ivy House London, a warm welcome to the TJ ranks.
New blogger Laura Francis kicks off with a post about how to mentor introverts.
Barry Johnson values the graduate experience in business.
How to encourage ideas flow in a training session that includes different personalities and generations
Nick Gold has some creative tips for facilitating productive training sessions.
Barack Obama finds five uninterrupted hours a week for reading. Could you do the same, asks Andrew Gibbons.
Jon the editor gives his blog over to a review of Paul Matthews's recent book, Informal Learning at Work.
Want to set some achievable goals that you'll stick to? Nick Gold has some advice.
Your L&D strategy needs to be flexible AND aligned to the business, says Paul Matthews.
After the TJ Awards Gala Dinner, Fay Gibbin sees a positive 2019 for the Apprenticeship Levy.
Time to get creative in 2019, says Stephanie Morgan.
Change is a coming, and we have to change too, says Barry Johnson.
Armin Hopp gives TJ a few home truths about learning motivations.
Echoing Don Taylor's words in this month's magazine, Barry Johnson focuses on the importance of listening.
Change is afoot - or should be, according to Nick Gold.
Editor Jon gives his blog over to Janet North to review Paul Matthews's recent book.
Fay Gibbin is praising the levy reforms, but thinks we need a more definite timeframe.
As automation proliferates, it's up to businesses to re-skill their staff if they want to survive, says Armin Hopp.
Barry Johnson takes a holistic view of STEM.
Stephanie Morgan looks to 2019 and the potential for all that talk of transformation to become a reality.
Young people who have recently entered the workforce are keen to learn and develop, says Armin Hopp.
Stephanie Morgan says soft skills, not AI, should be your business focus for the future.
Nothing like learning on the job, says Paul Matthews.