27 January 2023

Many managers lack the competence to function effectively, Amrit Sandhar shows how to identify and support those struggling

24 January 2023

In another article on supporting wellbeing at work Cass Coulston and Ricardo Twumasi examine neurodiversity

25 January 2023

Roger Hamilton argues that entrepreneurship should be taught to all young people in their formal education

13 January 2023

Welcome to the first TJ news update of 2023! The editorial team have selected the most valuable insights, research and stories to support L&D people in their continuing professional development

23 December 2022

This is TJ's final posting of 2022 and we return on 9 January. Our thanks go to all those contributors, bloggers and interview candidates who have supplied great resources to our growing community and 2023 is going to be another great year as L&D leaders and teams continue to support leaders, organisations and people to flourish.  

28 November 2022
TJ’s editorial team have selected the best news, research and ideas for all those working in the people function – from HR and talent to learning and organisational development.
13 January 2023

Speaker, facilitator and podcast presenter Al Dea talks to Conor Gilligan of Degreed about the changing role of the manager

3 November 2022

Logistics and fulfillment specialists Whistl are committed to developing skills. TJ talks to CEO, Alistair Cochrane about their apprenticeship fund and why supporting skills is so vital.

3 October 2022

TJ caught up with Joe Udwin, chief technology officer at Questionmark to check out how UK CTOs can help to close the IT skills gap?

1 April 2013

A library of management development books was recommended by members of the TJ Forum this month. Elizabeth Eyre reports

1 June 2010

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.