Amy Rees turned round morale at HM Prison Brixton during her three years as governor, with an imaginative approach to problem solving and a focus on celebrating success. She writes about how she approached the challenge – which led to the recognition of two Civil Service Awards.
Leading and managing change
Keith Mackiggan, a Deputy Director at DFID, has held highly responsible leadership positions but admits he has struggled with a lack of self-confidence. He explains why confidence matters to leadership, how he has built his confidence in himself to become a better leader, and how this could help others.
John Manzoni, chief executive of the Civil Service, sets out what 'functions' are and why they are so important in making the Civil Service better at what it does.
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.
Martin Donnelly discusses effective communication as part of the Leadership Statement which tells that we need to be confident in our engagement.
Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive of Public Health England talks about how they are doing things differently to help people make informed lifestyle choices.
Simon Fraser, Permanent Under Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, draws from his experience to offer 10 thoughts on leadership skills.
At the heart of the Department for Work and Pension's (DWP) work on leading and managing change is the 'DWP Story' which sets out the challenges the organisation must meet in order to deliver the department’s operational, reform and efficiency …
Having gone through a change process, Liz Dixon from the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) advocates making the most of your career by embracing transition.