For free registration of the latest #TJwow discussion webinars, see our webinar events page.
February webinar: "How can you use storytelling, humour, music and art in learning"
December webinar: "Where should we look outside of L&D for new learning ideas?"
November webinar: "Marketing L&D in your organisation - how and why?"
October webinar: "How can we use customer experience to improve workplace learning?"
Bonus October webinar: Selling to the sales leader - how sales skills can help L&D succeed
September webinar: "How can coaching and mentoring impct business results?"
August webinar: "What if your CEO doesn't care about L&D"
June webinar: "Can empathy deliver business performance and results?"
May webinar: "What does AI mean for L&D's role in organisations?"
April webinar: "Learning is changing: How do we prepare?"
Another bonus webinar: "How to maximise your chances of success in the TJ Awards 2018 "
Bonus TJ Awards webinar: "Why you can’t afford to miss entering the TJ Awards 2018"
February bonus webinar: "Taking the uncertainty out of the future role of L&D"
December: TJ Virtual Christmas Party!
December: "How can we use social media to support learning?" - Fiona McBride, Stephanie Morgan, Margaret Burnside
November: "Are all L&D professionals sales people of their organisations?" - Tim Royds, Issy Nancarrow, Jay Sriskanthan
October: "Can you really facilitate a group in a virtual classroom?" - Kirsty Lewis, Krystyna Gadd, Lorna Matty
September: "What business skills does the savvy L&D professional need?" - Emily Cosgrove, Cath Convery, Neil Martin
August: "Why is the world still obsessed with e-learning?" - Jennifer Lindsay-Finan, James McLuckie and Fiona Quigley
July: "What gets in the way of teams working well?" - Janet Webb, Abi Balogun and Steven Pritchard
June: "What are the current best practices in organisational development?" - Henry Stewart, Amanda Arrowsmith and Julie Drybrough
May: "How can we apply neuroscience in the workplace?" - Stella Collins, Gary Luffman and Margie Meacham
April: "The worker of the future - what skills do they need?" - Perry Timms, Ainsley McLeod and Blake Henegan
March: "Who owns talent development?" - Hesketh Emden, Con Sotidis and Phil Wilcox
February: "Online Educa Berlin presentation about Webinar Technology for Conversation-led Learning" With TJ deputy editor Jo Cook
February: "What are the essential coaching and mentoring skills that all L&D professionals need?" Darryl Howes, Fiona McBride and Madeline Paterson
January: "What is the future of learning?" - David James, Kate Graham and David D'souza
December: TJ VIRTUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY!
December: "How can we be more creative in L&D?" - Esther Barrett, Jeff Kortenbosch and Krystyna Gadd
November: "What can L&D learn about customer service to deal with our clients better?" - Sarah Cook, Sally Earnshaw and Niall Gavin
October: "In any learning solution how do you manage the tension between ensuring engagement for the learner, the L&D practitioner and the organisation's needs?" - Andy Holmes, Janet Webb and Sukh Pabial
September: "Is communication the most important competency for an L&D professional?" - Neville Pritchard, Issy Nancarrow and Con Sotidis
August: "What is the right L&D technology and how to build a trusted network?" - Elouise Leonard-Cross, Ryan Tracey and Paul McElvaney
July: "Development of L&D talent" - Peter Carlin and Laura Overton
June: "Change" - Paul Matthews and Nadim Nawaz
May: "Discussion about the pros and cons of assessment tools" - Jo Keeler and Lucy Standing
May: "Is neuroscience going to help learning in the 21st century?" - Amy Brann, Gary Luffman and Professor Tricia Riddell
May: "Who’s responsible for sales training?" - Tim Royds and Clare O'Shea
May: "Why should I use social media for my own professional development?" - Sukh Pabial, Michelle Parry-Slater and Con Sotidis
May: LAUNCH "State of the L&D Industry" - Sunder Ramachandran, Beverley Aylott and Donald H Taylor