Fast Streamer Elizabeth Yentumi leads a discussion with Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton and Rob Neil, Chair of the Civil Service Race Forum.
Jeremy Heywood says we all need to build on work that already exemplifies A Brilliant Civil Service; and he plans to introduce a monthly award to recognise great examples of the vision in action.
Sir Derek Jones looks back on his four decades in the Civil Service and the changes he's seen.
Melanie Dawes encourages civil servants to explore the history of their department or agency – for lessons to learn and lessons that we must not forget.
Jeremy Heywood describes how the Civil Service has set about creating two new government departments, one of which is responsible for a completely new policy area.
With just days to go before the survey of the socio-economic background of senior civil servants closes, Civil Service Social Mobility Champion Jon Thompson underlines the importance of this research.
John Manzoni says the enthusiasm he witnessed at Civil Service Live for self-improvement and helping others to develop is crucial to realising the vision of 'A Brilliant Civil Service'.
Debbie Alder, chair of the new HR (Human Resources) Capability Board, on why HR is the place to be and how great HR will help us make the Civil Service vision a reality.
Chris Wormald, Permanent Secretary at the Department of Health, looks at how the department is tackling the threat of drug-resistant infections at home and on the global stage.
Jeremy Heywood looks at the key appointments and departmental changes in the new government and what they mean for the Civil Service.