Matthew Rycroft, Champion of the Skills Award in the 2018 Civil Service Awards, is looking for nominees who have shared skills effectively or actively promoted their development in an individual, team or organisation.
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, made up of skilled people who are high-performing, adaptable and take personal responsibility."
The three other pillars of the vision are: Improved outcomes; Effective leaders; A great place to work.
Learning at Work Week is a timely reminder of what we have to gain from making learning and development a priority, says Dr Janet Barker of Civil Service Learning.
Crawford Falconer, Second Permanent Secretary at the Department for International Trade, introduces the new International Trade Profession, which he will lead.
John Manzoni highlights the learning available in Commercial Awareness Week (7 to 11 May) to develop civil servants' appreciation of the importance of our commercial activities, and how understanding them can help us in our work.
Government Finance Academy Deputy Director Betty Sturgeon on support for building financial skills.
Steve Vine, head of the Project Delivery Profession at the Ministry of Justice, believes project professionals who know how to deliver change have a big role to play in transforming government.
Discover how Race to the Top G6/7 Network work shadow placements helped Bernadette and Shabbir develop their careers.
Improvement in organisations is driven by good information, says Government Chief Commercial Officer Gareth Rhys Williams.
DFID Permanent Secretary Nick Dyer looks at how we can unlock the opportunities in digital technology, at home and abroad.
An apprenticeship, her department's first involving an external company, is helping Nicola Metcalfe develop her leadership and team management skills.