Martin Donnelly, Permanent Secretary at BIS, tells how some straight-talking feedback made him take a new approach to engaging with his colleagues and finding out what they really think.
Matthew Coats, chief executive at the Legal Aid Agency, explains why he believes no organisation can succeed that does not fully embrace diversity and inclusion.
Amy Price from the HM Passport Office tells us how her team keep customers happy and team morale high during their busiest time of the year.
Ashley Prime, who has been working on the GREAT campaign at the FCO, remembers inspirational mentor Professor Aidan Halligan, a former Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, and what he learned from him about leadership.
Just how different are the leadership challenges in the public and private sectors? After taking part in a senior leaders exchange programme, guest blogger Erik Bonino, Chairman of Shell UK, records his impressions.
Ten years ago, Tom Powell didn't even think jobsharing was open to him. Now, he says it's the best thing he's ever done.
Melissa Davies, winner of the HM Courts and Tribunals Service's regional Inspirational Leadership Award, is the latest of our 60-second interviewees on the Leadership Statement.
Debbie Cropanese, who was runner-up for the Inspirational Leadership Award in HM Courts and Tribunals Service, is the latest of our 60-second interviewees continuing the discussion around the Leadership Statement.
Andrew Howarth's 35 years in government property have taught him that change in where and how we work is constant - the secret is to embrace it to help deliver the vision of a better, more empowered Civil Service.
Rachel Neaman, formerly Deputy Director at the Department of Health, tells us how her management style helped achieve these amazing people survey results.