Robert Devereux, champion of the Inspirational Leadership category in the Civil Service Awards 2017, encourages us to get our nominations in for examples of outstanding leadership at all levels of the organisation - not forgetting the other 14 categories.
Civil Service Awards Champion Richard Heaton gives his three main reasons for loving the awards and explains why we should all think about nominating someone this year.
John Norcliffe, winner of the overall Civil Service Award for Diversity and Inclusion in 2015, reflects on the experience and where it's taken him.
Today we published the shortlists for all 16 categories in the 11th Civil Service Awards. So it’s a great pleasure, as Civil Service Awards Champion, to be able to congratulate all of those who have been shortlisted, including the winners …
The shortlist for the Civil Service Awards has been announced. Here are the details.
With the 2016 Civil Service Diversity & Inclusion awards ceremony rapidly approaching, we speak to some of the 2015 winners about what the awards mean to them.
Good customer service is essential to the reputation of any organisation and public confidence in what it provides, says Jennie Granger, champion of the newest Civil Service Award, for Customer Service.
We're all involved in creating the conditions for growth, says BIS Permanent Secretary Martin Donnelly, champion of the 2016 Civil Service Award for Supporting Growth.
In Volunteers' Week, Director of the Office for Civil Society Mark Fisher celebrates civil servant volunteers who put their time and skills at the service of others and enhance their own lives in the process.
MOD Permanent Secretary Stephen Lovegrove, Skills Award Champion for this year's Civil Service Awards, explains why promoting skills is so important for the future of the organisation.