Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how the HR profession is breaking new ground in the implementation of Success Profiles for recruitment and selection in the Civil Service.
Sir Jeremy Heywood discusses what civil servants at all grades can do to improve their commercial skills.
Rachel Neaman, formerly Deputy Director at the Department of Health, tells us how her management style helped achieve these amazing people survey results.
Mark Sedwill, Permanent Secretary of the Home Office explains why we should think differently about overseas work, and how it can impact on the UK.
Lin Homer, Permanent Secretary at HMRC, talks about sickness absence in the Civil Service and what we are doing to reduce the number of average number of working days lost due to sickness.
Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defence thanks those civil servants who have contributed to the leadership consultation and gives his own personal thoughts on leadership at the Ministry of Defence.
Sir Jeremy talks about the Red Tape Challenge, and highlights the key achievements to date and the important work that DEFRA is doing on this agenda.
Jonathan Jones, Treasury Solicitor, discusses the importance of diversity in the Government Legal Service.
Sequencing DNA in the Arctic and teaching students about the Japanese art of Gyotaku, Dr Melody Clark talks about her unusual career.
A complete list of the courses available on Civil Service Learning to help you develop your commercial skills, no matter what grade you are.
Professor Sir Mark Walport, the current Government Chief Scientific Adviser talks about the important role the Government Office for Science plays, and how they are embracing open-policy making.