What is the High Potential Secondment Programme and how does it benefit the Civil Service? Sir Jeremy lays out the positives for both government and the private sector.
Civil Service Leaders
Sir Jeremy Heywood lays out his priorities for the Civil Service to focus on over the coming year.
Sir Simon Fraser looks at the next steps we need to take as an organisation to address the comments raised in the updated Talent Action Plan.
Sir Peter Housden looks the implications for the UK of the The Smith Commission report.
Sir Jeremy looks at how we are supporting civil servants from over 25 departments who work overseas, often in dangerous conditions.
Sir Jeremy Heywood thanks those civil servants who will be working on Christmas Day and everyone in the Civil Service for their hard work this year.
Sir Mark Walport, the Government Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of the Government Office for Science discusses why science matters to government and the Civil Service.
Sir Jeremy looks at the issue of whistleblowing and how we should protect public servants who expose wrongdoing, malpractice, neglect and unethical or illegal behaviour.
Ursula Brennan discusses the differences between 'professions' and 'professionalism', and how both are vital to the Civil Service.
Sir Jeremy Heywood outlines the importance of becoming a dementia friend and encourages civil servants to do so.