In the first in a series of blogs on the theme of workplace adjustments, Sue shares her personal experience of how effective adjustments help her manage her mental health.
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Civil Service Disability Champion Philip Rutnam introduces Michael, who talks about his long recovery from a traumatic brain injury and what the experience has taught him.
Longstanding friends and civil servants Rob Neil and Paul Downer give their views on why Black History Month exists, who it’s for, and what we should be doing for equality, diversity and inclusion.
To mark National Mentoring Day (27 October), Sarah Harrison and Godfrey Atuahene Junior share their experience of reverse mentoring.
Regular blogger Brian Stanislas writes about the significance of Black History Month for him and the important lessons he learned from his parents growing up in London.
In Ace Awareness Week, Robin explains the term 'Ace' and gives a personal view about progress towards greater understanding of what it means to be asexual.
Bernadette Kelly, Civil Service Social Mobility Champion, explains the background to the inclusion of questions about socio-economic background in this year's Civil Service People Survey.
Cabinet Office's Lauren Roberts gives a personal view of the significance of Black History Month for diversity and inclusion in the Civil Service.
At the close of Mediation Awareness Week, Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil encourages civil servants to consider how they can play a part in embedding a culture in the Civil Service that embraces difference and positively handles conflict through mediation.
Jonathan Slater, Civil Service LGB&TI Champion, talks about the significance of National Coming Out Day for LGB&TI people and the responsibility of all civil servants to help create an inclusive workplace.