Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam explains the 'three Cs' of disability confident management.
Sir Philip Rutnam, Home Office Permanent Secretary, and Civil Service Disability Champion
Philip Rutnam joined the Home Office as Permanent Secretary in April 2017. Previously, he was Permanent Secretary at the Department for Transport for 5 years.
He was appointed Civil Service Disability Champion in 2015.
He was knighted in the 2018 New Year's Honours List.
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Philip Rutnam explains what the Civil Service is doing to address the two biggest barriers to recruiting, retaining and developing people with disabilities and long-term health conditions.
Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam welcomes an innovative bursary programme for disability-confident leaders.
Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam's update on recent events includes the commitment by all departments to the Government's Disability Confident scheme.
Our Disability Champion explains the ‘magic ratio 5:1’ for successful relationships and how it can make you a more inclusive leader.
Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam announces details of a new panel of experts to advise and challenge the Civil Service on greater inclusion for people with a disability.
Philip Rutnam rounds up recent activity on Disability Inclusion in the Civil Service, including an innovative work experience programme for young people with autism.
Department for Transport Permanent Secretary Philip Rutnam explains why the UK is at the forefront of the development of autonomous vehicle technologies.
In Mental Health Awareness week, Philip Rutnam draws our attention to ten practical tips for safeguarding our mental health.
Philip Rutnam explains why Autism Awareness Week matters to the Civil Service and provides a five-point guide to making the workplace more inclusive for people with autism.
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