Future Permanent Secretaries, Director Generals and SCS will need to develop new skills rather than follow the tried-and-trusted route to the top, says HMRC's Lin Homer.
Lin is a qualified lawyer with many years’ experience as a chief executive in local and central government, including Suffolk County Council, Birmingham City Council, the Home Office and the Department for Transport.
Lin Homer explores why leadership is vital for all levels of the Civil Service, and looks at how HMRC are supporting staff developing these skills.
Lin Homer looks at the extraordinary things the money collected by self-assessment funds across the government.
Lin Homer, Permanent Secretary at HMRC, gives her personal reflections on managing difficult conversations following the publication guidance on this issue by the Business Disability Forum.
Lin Homer, Permanent Secretary at HMRC, talks about sickness absence in the Civil Service and what we are doing to reduce the number of average number of working days lost due to sickness.
Lin Homer talks about welcoming the next cohort of Fast Track apprentices at the induction event, and how the first cohort have already contributed in her office.
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