Latest Blog Posts
As the project, Through the lens of research: virtual and hybrid learning, moves into its final week of surveying opinion, Jo Cook looks at the emerging messages
TJ’s very own online classroom guru, Jo Cook introduces us to a valuable new survey on what people really want from the live, online experience.
Friendship or teamwork? Maybe one informs the other. Teams expert Pam Hamilton shares her thoughts in her latest blog.
Elke Edwards says it's time to think again - and change our approach to leadership.
Our newest blogger Pam Hamilton looks at how teams can deal with negativity.
Elke Edwards looks at the changing priorities of the workforce.
Welcoming a brand new blogger to our ranks! Teamwork expert Pam Hamilton kicks off her monthly column with some great advice about bullying.
Nigel Paine suggests that to find that original voice we need to dig deep and use Britain’s oldest comic as an exemplar of how to find that special spirit.
Krista Powell Edwards takes over editor Jon Kennard's blog once again, this time to review Carolyn Taylor's new book on Accountability.
Salma Shah talks about the importance of belonging in her latest blog.
For real success in the area of DE&I, Elke Edwards argues we need a more visceral approach that taps into each individual’s experience of exclusion.
In her latest blog, Jane Daly calls to mind a few recent research pieces that highlight the importance of connection with your employees.
Nigel Paine has three quick Zoom tips for us.
In this month’s blog, Jane Daly reflects on the power of community spirit and urges us all to take out time to invest in the future of our profession.
Nigel Paine looks at Robert Kegan’s three developmental stages, encouraging organisations to embrace deliberate development to nurture the creative talent needed for the VUCA world of today, and tomorrow.
Looking after ourselves is even more important this year than last, says Elke Edwards.
New blogger and long-time TJ associate Nigel Paine opens his account with an inspirational take on the future of the learning office.
Another Krista takeover! Krista Powell Edwards reviews Liz Hall’s book on conscious coaching.
A passion for equality is a powerful thing, but it is also a constant human struggle, says Jane Daly.
Salma Shah takes a closer look at trauma and how past problems can cause issues in the present.
Editor Jon Kennard publishes a few of his diary entries from a recent MOOC.
Laura Francis reflects on how peer mentoring improved her onboarding experience.
Krista Powell Edwards is back with another great book review.
A desire to help is a fundamental human motive, although it is stronger in some than in others. New blogger Jane Daly sets out her stall in her first post for TJ.
Salma Shah tells us why we need to think differently about coaching.
This time out, Jon gives over his blog to Krista Powell Edwards for another book review.
Andrew Gibbons is in reflective mood for his latest blog.
This month Elke asks: What’s your blind spot?
Salma Shah tells TJ why she launched a coach training programme with D&I as its central core.
Laura Francis looks at how size affects different mentoring programmes.