There are five common mistakes that businesses make when using storytelling. Here, Claire Taylor explores them and provides advice on how to avoid the pitfalls
Nick Brice looks at how methods from performing arts can drive real engagement and performance improvement
Laura Overton told TJ that it’s vital that companies strike the balance right so that they can engage learners and deliver effective bottom line results
Jonathan Satchell, CEO of the Learning Technologies Group (LTG), spoke of his anticipation at the opportunities that lay ahead. He believes that the possibilities created by new technologies are something which trainers, learners and firms as a whole should embrace
Stephanie Davies outlines the approach that her firm takes to bring about change in businesses, with humour at the centre
More than half (59 per cent) of the employers polled said they had hired young people into entry level positions in the last five years, with 54 per cent of these saying this was because the young recruit had prepared well for the interview
IiP offers a practical, flexible and easy to use framework for improving business productivity, performance and competitiveness in organisations of all types and sizes through good practice in people management
The key to building trust is having consistent behaviour. Often when people feel vulnerable or exposed they avoid difficult situations, creating ambiguity and doubt
Those businesses who are effective in engaging with people and gaining their trust and cooperation that will achieve sustainable good relationships with their workforce, Patrick Mayfield says
Skill mismatch is not just about skill shortages, Cedefop says
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.
Westminster Explained is at the forefront of innovative, creative and flexible training.
Westminster Explained is at the forefront of innovative, creative and flexible training and our international division has substantial experience of delivering bespoke programmes for delegates of all levels from those working in delivery, such as police officers all the way up to government ministers.
Training Journal and learndirect sit down with fellow L&D professionals to discuss the skills young people entering the workforce need.
There are times in our lives when we have to deal with challenging situations and we have to use them as a stepping stone rather than a stumbling block, Liggy Webb says
A provocative video on rethinking learning strategies