Stephen Lovegrove looks at activity under the Armed Forces Covenant in 2017, what's to come, and how we can all support it.
Stephen became Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Defence (MOD) in April 2016.
Prior to MOD, he was Permanent Secretary for the Department of Energy & Climate Change.
Prior to DECC, he spent 9 years at the Shareholder Executive and was appointed Chief Executive in June 2007. Before that he spent ten years at Deutsche Bank, where he was the head of the European media team working on a wide range of capital raisings, acquisitions and divestments in all the sub-sectors of the media industry.
Stephen Lovegrove on why nominating colleagues for the Skills category in the Civil Service Awards 2017 is important.
Ministry of Defence Permanent Secretary Stephen Lovegrove looks at how civil servants are supporting the Armed Forces Covenant.
Stephen Lovegrove, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defence, reflects on the findings of the Iraq Inquiry Report and looks at how his own department is responding.
MOD Permanent Secretary Stephen Lovegrove, Skills Award Champion for this year's Civil Service Awards, explains why promoting skills is so important for the future of the organisation.
More male job-sharers; a job-share permanent secretary? Stephen Lovegrove looks at what makes job sharing work and how it could develop in the Civil Service.
With today's publication looking at mental health care in England, DECC Perm Sec Stephen Lovegrove looks at his department's support network and what it's doing to help.
Stephen Lovegrove, Permanent Secretary of DECC, discusses the Leadership Statement and how we need confidence in our ability to lead and engage.
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