Jeremy Heywood gives an update on progress towards realising the Civil Service's ambition to be the UK's most inclusive employer.
Civil Service Leaders
Our Disability Champion explains the ‘magic ratio 5:1’ for successful relationships and how it can make you a more inclusive leader.
In National Inclusion Week, John Manzoni explains why a truly inclusive workforce acknowledges faith, religion and belief, as well as all other protected characteristics.
Jeremy Heywood describes how the Civil Service has set about creating two new government departments, one of which is responsible for a completely new policy area.
Sir Mark Walport believes a fundamental reappraisal of how we deal with waste can have real economic, environmental and social benefits.
Sue Owen, Civil Service LGBTi Champion, says the example of diversity among our successful Olympics GB and Paralympics GB teams can help us reduce discrimination in sport.
Scottish Government Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans underlines the value of partnership working in making governments more effective.
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.
Clare Moriarty says the new digital revolution depends on having the people who can spot the opportunities and challenges offered by advances in technology and data-gathering.
With just days to go before the survey of the socio-economic background of senior civil servants closes, Civil Service Social Mobility Champion Jon Thompson underlines the importance of this research.