Want to start a conversation about business sustainability? Phil Forbes offers some wise advice.
Christine Locher introduces us to a recent hangout discussion on trust that featured three diverse and interesting guests.
One of the benefits of being a TJ subscriber is full access to our decades-long archive of content - here we look back to a piece on coaching from February 2013.
Regional autonomy and a decentralised model could be the key to recovery, says Kirstie Donnelly.
In the first part of a two-part article, David Buchanan and Steve Macaulay argue that new technologies put L&D in a new, critical position.
Dominic Irvine provides an alternative look at the meaning of resilience.
Jon talks to People Alchemy's Paul Matthews about his new book, 'How to Reboot Training for 2020 and Beyond'.
Lightbulb Moment founder Jo Cook talks to L&D veteran Donald H Taylor about relationships within L&D and how to successfully engage with the wider business.
Terry Streather talks to Lucy Finn, Assistant Director People, Children’s Services – Scotland and North of England, Barnardo's about how her work and staff policies in the current environment.
Wellbeing, AI, brain training and more in this week's news round up.
Newsflash time - tuck into a handful of stories from the worlds of learning, leadership, HR and talent from the last week.
It's a newsflash! HBR leads us off this week. Read on for more...
Charlie Chung tells editor Jon Kennard why good management is so crucial while more people are remote working.
At the end of National Inclusion Week, TJ editor Jon Kennard chats to Zena Dent from West Midlands Trains.
Paul Kennedy, co-founder of the consultancy PerformHQ, interviews Dr. Richard Hale about the future of organisational leadership.
A library of management development books was recommended by members of the TJ Forum this month. Elizabeth Eyre reports
A book entitled Leadership Coaching begs at least two questions of definition.
As we face an age of austerity, there should be a large audience for a book called re-th!nk, which promises ideas for cutting costs and boosting innovation.
Data shows levels of advancement in equality and career opportunity for women in 100 countries around the world, focusing on political and corporate leadership, gender wage gaps, legal support, maternity leave and more.
Notion, global experts in behaviour change and coaching, has launched their ‘24 for 21 challenge’ advent calendar packed full of masterclasses, content, tips, and prizes worth £12,000, as well as some fun and seasonal activities.
Digital learning agency Skill Pill launches a new widget encouraging synchronous team viewing of its learning.