Productivity when working from home is one thing, but stress is another. Gemma Leigh Roberts tells us why we need to set boundaries.
Creating bespoke courses need not be expensive or difficult. Ryan O’Hara explains how to take your first steps in commissioning a project.
In an excerpt from his new book, Dr Richard Ford discusses how important soft skills are to good leadership.
Blazing a trail - why effective leadership is vital to securing a front seat in the digital skills revolution.
The move towards shared parental leave points to something more fundamental, according to Caroline Strachan.
Testing times for all, but everyone needs to look after their mental health, says Marianne Page.
Leadership consultant Kate Turner tells TJ how to replenish your motivation reserves in hard times.
Lightbulb Moment founder Jo Cook talks to the CIPD's head of learning Andy Lancaster about his new book 'Driving Performance Through Learning', in our second #TJtalks video discussion.
Jo Cook talks to Sara Hope about trust, connection, communication and honesty in the workplace in our very first #TJtalks video discussion.
Well, what a week it's been. Here's some news that doesn't go too heavy on you-know-what, mercifully.
There's a very clear angle to our curated news stories this week - can you guess what it is?
Did you learn anything in college? Elon Musk doesn't think so. That and more in the week's newsflash.
We talk to AoEC partner and Coachbright founder Robin Chu about coaching young people and social mobility.
Kelly Metcalf gives us her take on how organisations can bridge the gender pay gap.
Conor Gilligan gets the low-down on corporate learning from Steven Smith, CLO at Nordea.
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.
The Coronavirus has sent shockwaves around the world and the worst affected areas such as China, Italy and Iran have already taken drastic measures to prevent further spread.
Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England is calling on hundreds of thousands of people it has trained in mental health skills and awareness to join the national effort to tackle the invisible impact of the coronavirus.
During this global pandemic, Learning Pool has launched a brand new module to cover the recent outbreak of COVID-19.