John Manzoni explains the relationship between experience and skills behind the concept of "T-shaped" civil servants, which he will be talking about at Civil Service Live later this year.
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To mark Carers Week, Nick Lodge uses his experience as HMRC Carers' Champion to show how departments can support carers in the workplace - an initiative backed by Head of the Civil Service Sir Jeremy Heywood.
HM Treasury Permanent Secretary Sir Nicholas Macpherson looks back at the first decade of HMRC.
Jim Harra, HMRC’s Champion for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGB&T) staff and customers, looks at the strides his department is making supporting diversity.
Dave Stockton tells how he has successfully transferred skills from his service with the RAF Reserves to his day job at HMRC.
Fast Track Apprentice Alex Whitbourne tells us about his role as a project and programme support officer in HMRC.
Lin Homer explores why leadership is vital for all levels of the Civil Service, and looks at how HMRC are supporting staff developing these skills.
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.
Sir Nicholas Macpherson looks at the stats behind the recent economic news, and celebrates the departments who have helped build a stronger economy.
Jackie was the winner of the HMRC People Award and CS Award for Leadership in 2011, she shares her views on what makes an outstanding leader.