In Mental Health Awareness Week, Civil Service Health and Well-being Champion Jonathan Jones looks at the benefits of physical activity for better mental health.
Civil Service Health and Well-being Champion Jonathan Jones encourages us to support Time to Talk Day, an opportunity to help remove the stigma attached to speaking about mental health.
On World Mental Health Day, Civil Service Health and Well-Being Champion Jonathan Jones explains why we need to provide workplace support for civil servants with caring responsibilities.
Civil Service Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes the workplace changes that have encouraged him to declare a disability.
Katy Owen of the Cabinet Office Social Action Team describes how 'mindfulness' could help you be more effective in your job and foster a better work-life balance.
Clare Moriarty, Defra Permanent Secretary, on why vulnerability is a strength for effective leaders.
Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil looks back at Mental Health Awareness Week, at the support available to civil servants who may suffer from mental ill-health, and what more we can all do.
In Mental Health Awareness week, Philip Rutnam draws our attention to ten practical tips for safeguarding our mental health.
With Mental Health Awareness Week starting on 16 May, Natalie Ceeney talks about her own experience of depression and why we all need to be more aware of mental health issues.
After 16 years in the Civil Service, Elizabeth Dymond is now a director of The Charity for Civil Servants and about to take part in its biggest fundraising event, the Walking Challenge – and you can join her.