When Keela Shackell-Smith was rocked by her mum’s death, she founded The Grief Cafe to bring bereaved staff together, and her subsequent blog struck a chord with you. Now she’s back, determined to help staff who lost loved ones during …
Simon Case, Director General, Implementation Group at the Cabinet Office, talks about the challenges and benefits of managing an SCS job share.
Sir Mark Walport, the Government Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of the Government Office for Science discusses why science matters to government and the Civil Service.
Simon Swales from Dstl's award-winning Development Team talks about training people to solve puzzles, problems and messes.
Olaf Dudley from the Domestic Procurement Policy team in the Crown Commercial Service talks about his career in the Army Reserve.
Sir Jeremy looks at the issue of whistleblowing and how we should protect public servants who expose wrongdoing, malpractice, neglect and unethical or illegal behaviour.
Ursula Brennan discusses the differences between 'professions' and 'professionalism', and how both are vital to the Civil Service.
Think you know the self assessment tool? HMRC's Linda Bradstreet gives her 3 tips for getting the most out of the new and improved online tool.
Emma Gawen and Jo Power from the Cabinet Office recently ran the D5 London Summit. Here Emma gives us a behind-the-scenes look.
Sir Jeremy Heywood outlines the importance of becoming a dementia friend and encourages civil servants to do so.
Sir Jeremy Heywood writes about new developments in technology and data in the NHS and how this can improve outcomes for patients.