12 August 2022

The value of psychometric tests are often questioned but here Nathan Thompson argues they have their place in our bid to secure and develop the best talent

10 August 2022

Judith Quin on how to improve vocal confidence to build a stronger, more productive, and happier workforce

9 August 2022

Paula Leach describes 8 ways you can elevate your team from coping to thriving

27 July 2022

Sustainability is a word that is bandied about by politicians and business people, but how do you attain it? Anthony Chadwick explores how to pass on experience 

 

30 June 2022

As Pride Month 2022 draws to a close Jess Sandham explores addressing gender inclusion and diversity in the workplace

15 June 2022

Nordic research is paving the way for the future of work, Kirsi Nuotto outlines the work of her company the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

11 August 2022

Here’s the latest bulletin of specially selected news, views and research from the TJ editorial team.

27 July 2022

A roundup of the best news, views and research for all those involved in managing and developing people in all types of organisations, large and small, across the globe.

13 July 2022

The TJ team has assembled a varied and challenging reading list for this week! We hope it inspires, informs and educates in equal measure.

6 July 2022

Degreed’s Conor Gilligan talks to head of customer insight at Co-op Insurance Patrick Alcantara about his career so far; his struggle for acceptance in the UK as an immigrant and the importance of lifelong learning in his development. 

17 June 2022

TJ’s editor, Debbie Carter talks to Kirstie Donnelly MBE of City & Guilds about their recent research and the imperative to engage with all generations to ensure skills for the future.

13 May 2022

As Mental Health Awareness Week comes to a close in the UK, we talk to Lauren Roberts, Advocacy Lead at City & Guilds Foundation about mental health problems in young learners

1 April 2013

A library of management development books was recommended by members of the TJ Forum this month. Elizabeth Eyre reports

1 June 2010

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.