Inspiring and rewarding innovation is an important part of being an effective leader. New materials for leaders wanting to encourage creativity are now available on Civil Service Learning.
Blogs about the Civil Service Leadership Statement, including top tips, views from senior leaders and examples of great leadership from colleagues on the front line.
You can read the full Leadership Statement on GOV.UK
Good managers need to start with the fundamentals, says Patsy Wilkinson, Second Permanent Secretary at the Home Office.
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.
Sarah Banks, chair of a disability network at the Ministry of Defence, shares her views on what it means to be an inspiring leader.
What does being 'confident' actually mean in terms of creating a more inclusive workplace? Defra Permanent Secretary Clare Moriarty gives her view.
Effective leaders are more aware of how they are perceived by others, says Adam Woodroffe, who delivers leadership courses on behalf of Civil Service Learning.
The Civil Service People Survey 2016 is open. Jeremy Heywood urges civil servants to take part and directly influence real change in the organisation.
Where does a leader's responsibility for developing their staff begin and end? Kate Silver from the Ministry of Defence focuses on five themes for leading effective learning and development.
Food Standards Agency chief executive Catherine Brown explains what leaders and managers at the FSA are doing to live up to the principles in the Leadership Statement.
Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni set out a new vision for the future of the Civil Service.