In Mental Health Awareness Week, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil encourages us to break the culture of silence around mental health and talks about his own experience of mental ill health.
Health & Wellbeing
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week and its theme for this year, body image, Debbie Alder introduces Michelle's story of how body-shaming has affected her mental health.
To mark World Sleep Day, FCO's Julia Longbottom introduces Elinor, a British diplomat working in Libya, who shares how she tackles the challenges of sleeping and exercising in a conflict zone.
Cabinet Office Health & Wellbeing Champion Charlie Edwards introduces Megan Phelps's account of living with anorexia.
To mark Time to Talk Day, Philip Rutnam introduces Emil Levendoğlu's personal account of how he came to open up to others about his mental health.
If you have a mental health concern, to mark Time to Talk Day Jonathan Jones discusses why it's so important to talk about it and suggests ways to share how you feel and get the support you may need.
Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil sets out how the Civil Service is increasing its flexible working offer and introduces Michele's flexible working story.
This instalment in the series focuses on the experience of two civil servants with non-visible autoimmune conditions.
The award-winning Team Chaffinch, the team behind the A-Z to Better Wellbeing toolkit, suggest some quick and easy ways to take care of your wellbeing in 2019.
Permanent Secretary Shan Morgan describes how they are strengthening the approach to health and wellbeing in the Welsh Government.