Ursula Brennan looks at what makes an inspirational leader and outlines the skills you can develop to become one.
A range of blogs from internal and external authors reflecting on what the Civil Service Leadership Statement means to them. In these blogs you will find reflective stories, practical tips and advice to help you improve your own leadership capability.
Our recent leadership workshops found that open and honest personal relations between individuals and leaders translate into great teams. What do you think?
Steve Lowthian, Head of Benefit and Credit Operations, HMRC, was shortlisted for Civil Service Leadership Award 2014. He discusses some of the attributes that he believes makes great leaders.
John Manzoni expands on the theme of his recent interview in Civil Service World, about the value of experience in the Civil Service.
Martin Donnelly discusses effective communication as part of the Leadership Statement which tells that we need to be confident in our engagement.
Jackie was the winner of the HMRC People Award and CS Award for Leadership in 2011, she shares her views on what makes an outstanding leader.
I’ve been out talking to colleagues in Manchester and London about the new Civil Service Leadership Statement we published last Thursday. You won’t be surprised that, for an organisation the size of DWP, I regard great leadership – at every …
Ian Marson, Assistant Director UK Visas and Immigration, was shortlisted for the Leadership Award in last year's Civil Service Awards. He discusses some of the attributes he believes helps make a great leader.
Sir Jeremy sets out the intent of the Civil Service Leadership Statement and its practical applications for all members of staff.
Simon Fraser, Permanent Under Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, draws from his experience to offer 10 thoughts on leadership skills.