Latest Blog Posts
Barry Johnson looks to the autumn of our years, and L&D's role.
Battle of the abbreviations: Armin Hopp brings some UX ideas to L&D.
Stephanie Morgan has identified some practical ways to close those soft skills gaps.
Nick Gold's back to talk about the blurred lines between HR and line management.
Barry Johnson picks up on an old TJ forum post.
It's all about the human touch, says Armin Hopp.
Paul Matthews reckons there's more than just one elephant in the training room.
Fay Gibbin discusses employment issues in the care sector.
Let's not make the same mistakes of the past as the fourth industrial revolution approaches, says Barry Johnson.
For future L&D success, don't rest on your laurels, says Stephanie Morgan.
Barry Johnson puts a premium on agility for the leaders of the future.
What's your Net Promoter Score? Armin Hopp talks NPS and social enterprise.
Fay Gibbin discusses how training can incentivise employees and help boost retention for businesses in a competitive job market.
Barry Johnson believes the children are our future.
Jon lends his blog space to Michelle Ockers to tell everyone about her new podcast.
Just a little better at the top end of performance can mean so much, says Andrew Gibbons.
It's been and gone, but the GDPR deadline is part of a bigger, ongoing issue, says Armin Hopp.
Our newest blogger, Fay Gibbin, sets her stall out with a post about the Apprenticeship Levy.
Paul Matthews highlights a key part of effective learning transfer: accountability.
Bethany Taylor knows - she went to one recently.
It's all about the power of a good story, and here's how to construct one, says Stephanie Morgan.
Barry Johnson discusses a practical application of AI in learning.
Armin Hopp gives us practical ways to combat Ebbinghaus.
Our editor details an exciting new change to TJ's communications.
Stephanie Morgan sees benefits in reverse mentoring for everyone.
Barry Johnson thinks AI can provide opportunity for many.
Armin Hopp drives home the need for a continuous learning strategy.
Paul Matthews outlines Near/Far learning transfer.