With a week to go before nominations close for this year's Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion Awards, Mark Sedwill explains why the awards are so important and encourages civil servants to take part.
London Bridge Job Centre Plus evolution began in 2012 when it was selected to be a showcase office of the future. The principle of the change was to pave the way for DWP’s “Digital by Default” strategy, build capability of …
A small number of employees were nervous about the change. During regular People Promise (121’s) we could dig a little deeper behind the initial fear and anxiety to collectively identify supportive tools for our team members. Some individuals did not …
Having experienced change first-hand, members of the London Bridge JobCentre Plus team discuss what happened to make the changes so successful.
Baljeet Mahal from London Bridge JobCentre Plus shares her top tips for leading successful change management in your department or team.
Armed with only a copy of Civil Service Quarterly's recent article on Making Things Happen at the Implementation Unit, Deputy Director @CDMullin answered questions about the team, and what it does.
Emma Hopkins, Head of Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict at the Foreign Office, talks about her involvement with the global summit and #timetoact.
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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 …