Our recent leadership workshops found that open and honest personal relations between individuals and leaders translate into great teams. What do you think?
Cabinet Office Permanent Secretary Richard Heaton and Tom Read, Transformation Director, talk about why a new technology approach was needed.
With International Women's Day this weekend, Una O'Brien looks at how her department is supporting gender equality in the workplace.
Indra Morris from HM Treasury tells us why she was pleased to be part of the Inspiring Women campaign, and explains how important the campaign is.
The Cabinet Office's Goknur Ozer talks about her route to starting a career in the Civil Service using the Movement to Work scheme.
Steve Lowthian, Head of Benefit and Credit Operations, HMRC, was shortlisted for Civil Service Leadership Award 2014. He discusses some of the attributes that he believes makes great leaders.
The Ministry of Justice recently celebrated LGB&T History month with an event to highlight the importance of a workplace for staff to be themselves, regardless of orientation. Here's what you missed.
John Manzoni expands on the theme of his recent interview in Civil Service World, about the value of experience in the Civil Service.
Having been recognised on the FT/Timewise Part-time Power List, Cabinet Office's Deborah Brooks (right) extols the benefits of job sharing.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, looks at the benefits of the Quarterly Data Summary - how it improves decision making and transparency.