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 …
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Conrad Bird, Director of the campaign at No10, shares his top tips for writing a winning nomination for this year's Civil Service Awards.
HM Treasury's Daniel Poxon became a dementia friend for both profession and personal reasons, but the scheme has become a useful tool in his day-to-day role organising volunteering activities in the department.
Every year, civil servants are tasked with delivering some of the UK’s most ambitious and transformative projects. Even a very quick scan of the Major Projects Authority (MPA’s) second annual report, published today, would leave you in little doubt of …
Until the first of this year’s Civil Service Live events and the best opportunities in the calendar for meeting Civil Servants from all across Government and hearing what they’ve been up to.
The Civil Service Group is a new team in the Cabinet Office formed to support the official and Ministerial leadership of the Civil Service.
When the Government Office network was abolished, and we both applied for the same position in the newly created Local Intelligence Team in the office of Civil Society (Cabinet Office), we were offered the post on a job-share basis. We are part of a team of 9, with 1 colleague based in each of the other 7 English regions and we have an outward facing role, engaging with stakeholders from voluntary and community sector organisations, local authorities and business across the whole of the South West.
Read Sherin Aminossehe’s open letter to the membership explaining the changes to the GPP profession.
On Monday 24 February the DWP Digital Academy started its first course at Fulham Jobcentre in London.
The Academy has been set up to ensure that DWP has a coherent programme of activity to develop and grow our own in house capability to build effective digital services.
My husband and I have been job-sharing the role of Ambassador in Armenia for the past two years. We decided to use the format pioneered by the first couple to job-share the head of post role – four months on/off – and have found this has worked very well, for us, for the Embassy team and for our wider external contacts. It is a long enough period to see a lot of decisions/ business through and to (re)establish yourself as the person in the hot seat; but it is not so long that you lose touch with the key issues or the key people.