Making it real - Ministry of Justice Permanent Secretary Ursula Brennan talks about embedding the Leadership Statement by linking it to the challenges frontline staff face every day.
Ursula Brennan has been Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) since July 2012. She is also the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery.
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Ursula Brennan looks at what makes an inspirational leader and outlines the skills you can develop to become one.
Ursula Brennan, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Justice, introduces this year's Civil Service International Women's Day event.
Ursula Brennan discusses the differences between 'professions' and 'professionalism', and how both are vital to the Civil Service.
Ursula Brennan, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Justice looks at how the Civil Service and the Ministry of Justice are celebrating the important work civil servants are doing to increase diversity in the Civil Service.
Ursula Brennan discusses two fascinating insights she has had in the past fortnight into data science. The first was at the Operational Research Society's Annual Conference and the second was during a discussion with Permanent Secretaries.
Ursula Brennan, Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Justice, talks about her recent appearance at the Public Accounts Committee, and how contract management has changed across the Civil Service.
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