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Andrew Gibbons chronicles his experience with some recent management workshops.
Barry Johnson gives us some AI definitions.
Paul Matthews says L&D could learn something from the healthcare experience.
Fay Sharpe gives us some simple tips to get out of a rut and in the groove.
Ross Garner enters week three of his new course.
Why do we need to think through learning leadership? Barry Johnson explains.
Last week in this blog series I asked big questions from learning analytics.
Ross Garner's started a new course in digital education, and he's reporting his progress for TJ.
Nick Gold's latest blog tackles company culture.
Stephanie Morgan has more ideas to get managers championing L&D.
Grant Cullen tells us how to really make learning stick.
Paul Matthews isn't happy with the continued focus on 'authenticity'.
Lizzie Crowley kicks off TJ’s new series of blogs on Brexit and its impact on business with a look at immigration policy.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here and learning has a part to play, says Barry Johnson.
Our editor gives his take on this year's event.
Want your learning programmes to hit the spot? Follow Liam Butler's four-point plan.
It's making all the headlines, but Margaret Burnside has seen the Apprenticeship Levy before.
Brain-friendly training expert Stella Collins continues her correspondence following a recent move to Spain.
We all to have them at some point. Nick Gold makes a difficult situation more bearable.
What is mentoring? Andrew Gibbons gathers a few definitions together for us.
Business agility needs strong communication skills, says Armin Hopp.
Jo Cook asks if we need Maslow and his hierarchy of needs anymore.
Bray Leino Learning's Stephanie Morgan digs into the engagement issue.
Management, leadership, rabbits and elephants.They're all connected, says Paul Matthews.
Tracie Joliff concludes her piece on why working through discomfort can achieve great progress when striving for race equality.
Nick Gold gives us pointers for one of the trickiest work conversations.
Home thoughts from abroad - neuroscience in learning author Stella Collins shares her learning through an adventurous time in her life...
Sometime you need someone to disagree with, says Andrew Gibbons.
Jo Cook shares some highlights from the evidence-based book by Patti Shank.
Junior doctor Rebecca Crosby discusses why leadership is so crucial in critical situations.