John Dean follows up on the recent Mental Health Awareness week.
This year, Mental Health Awareness Week (14 - 20 May) is shining a spotlight on stress. Here, Jaan Madan looks at five common myths.
Welcome to the slightly different TJ podcast! Jon is going solo for more of it, but never fear - Jo is still on hand to talk all things webinar/magazine/events, and Carolyn Blunt of Ember Real Results pops by to talk digital learning strategies.
To coincide with Learning at Work Week, Steve Wainwright looks to the future of workplace learning.
The last in an exclusive series of three articles for Training Journal, Elva Ainsworth, will features an extract from her new book, ‘Reboot Your Reputation'.
Baby Boomers? Millennials? Gen X? Alistair Shepherd has ideas for the generations working together.
Steve Wheeler gives some context to a controversial comment about AI.
Laura Mason from Arch Apprentices gives us some great advice for National Apprenticeship Week 2018.
This is the news. This week our news stories are focusing on places a bit further afield...
Soft skills and modern leadership challenges head up this week's TJ Newsflash. Read on for more.
This week we link to stories from HBR and MIT Tech Review, as well as a blog from American L&D expert Clark Quinn.
We talk to Stephanie Morgan about different types of engaged learner.
Jo Cook chats to the LPI chairman.
To cap off Mental Health Awareness Week, we interview Matt Bingham to get the American perspective on stress and productivity.
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.
Increase in people going to work when ill linked to increases in stress, anxiety and depression.
New 100% scenario-based course content accelerates foundational leadership learning at all levels.
High street travel agent Hays Travel has invested in advanced education technology to improve the management of quality assurance around its apprenticeship programme.