Latest Blog Posts
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.
Neuralink is confusing isn't it?
Content executive, Natalie King, provides insights as a modern learner.
Bethany Taylor tells us about her recent event experience from across the pond.
Barry Johnson references Malcolm Knowles in his latest article.
Armin Hopp turns to the World Economic Forum in his latest post for TJ.
Stephanie Morgan lays out the attributes that make for a good L&D business partner.
Barry Johnson underlines the importance of updating your learning.
Jon Kennard looks back at a few busy days.
Is it L&D, or the line managers?
Armin Hopp knows how much more successful businesses with a language-focused communications strategy are. Do you?
Stephanie Morgan takes a look at why learning culture is so important in the modern workplace.
Bethany Taylor is stateside reporting from this year's TLDC conference. But why did she go?
Nick Gold gives us a few important pointers around mental health in the workplace.
Andrew Gibbons talks ethics - here are a few different definitions for all the coaches out there.
Barry Johnson continues his look at Industry 4.0.
David Squire tells us the difference between gamification and game-based learning.
A question is how can we facilitate and improve facilitation if we don’t know how people learn? Is what we did as trainers valid? Hopefully, neuroscientists and psychologists will clarify this.