Jim Harra, lead for the Skilled People theme at Civil Service Live 2017, celebrates the commitment to learning he saw at this year's events.
New Government Chief Commercial Officer Gareth Rhys Williams gives his early impressions of working in the public sector and outlines his ambition for the Commercial Function.
MOD Permanent Secretary Stephen Lovegrove, Skills Award Champion for this year's Civil Service Awards, explains why promoting skills is so important for the future of the organisation.
Cabinet Office's Kate Dixon takes inspiration from a recent gender summit with EY to rethink about how we can have more effective flexible working arrangements.
DECC's Tracy Vegro, who is currently at the Co-operative Group on the scheme, shares her experiences and talks about the skills she's developed during her secondment.
It's Mid-Year Review time - the ideal opportunity, says Sue Byrom, Attendance and Wellbeing Champion in the HMRC Fraud Investigation Service, to think about your personal and career development.
Procrastinate, progress, preparation, palpitations, professional! HMRC's Peter Penney talks about the development path that took him to professional membership of RICS.
Sir Jeremy Heywood looks at how the Civil Service is building its commercial capability, including through a new online course with a global reach.
Jon Thompson underlines the value of volunteering and tells how a group of volunteers at the Ministry of Defence are helping to raise the profile of the Civil Service Lifeboat Fund.
Jane Kenny, a DWP provision manager in Jobcentre Plus, explains how she used the Civil Service Learning website to develop commercial skills she never knew she had.