As she leaves the Civil Service, Clare Moriarty describes a new initiative on leadership that she has helped to develop.
A range of blogs illustrating the theme of the same name, one of the four supporting pillars of the vision of 'A Brilliant Civil Service'.
The strapline for this theme is: "A brilliant Civil Service needs effective leaders who are inspiring, confident and empowering and who live our values."
The three other pillars of the vision are: Improved outcomes; Skilled people; A great place to work.
On behalf of the director community, Kate Josephs sets out how the Civil Service Directors' Network, formed last year, is reaching out to grow the community and focus on its collective leadership goals.
Paula Holbrook-Witt, of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, won the Inspirational Leadership Award for her work in supporting people with a hearing disability in the workplace.
Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton looks back at progress towards greater diversity and inclusion in 2019 - and looks forward to 2020 and the work that remains to be done.
Following up on their earlier blog post, members of a network of Civil Service directors looking at how to cultivate a strong learning culture in government, update us on how the initiative is progressing.
Zamila Bunglawala explains why the Civil Service has joined up with The Migraine Trust for Migraine Awareness Week.
Philip Rutnam introduces two participants in a programme specifically designed for those with a disability who win a place on leadership development schemes.
A discussion at Civil Service Live 2018 led to a new initiative on strengthening collective leadership. The three colleagues behind it describe the genesis of the directors network and its aims.
Who won the Civil Service Awards 2018? Mark Sedwill congratulates the winners and looks ahead.
Ann Carter-Gray recounts her journey to leadership as a woman in the Civil Service.