MoD's Walter Scott, a lifelong stammerer, recounts his experience of an Employers' Stammering Network workshop that reinforced his conviction that "It is OK to stammer".
MOD Permanent Secretary Jon Thompson writes about the Armed Forces Covenant, and how the nation supports its serving armed forces and veterans.
Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary to the MOD and social mobility champion, explains how the Civil Service is changing to allow everybody to achieve their career aspirations, regardless of background.
Lesley Woods is one of many who testify that skills gained in the Reserves have benefited their Civil Service career. Find out more as the Reserves Experience event continues its tour of the country this autumn.
Jeremy Heywood announces the appointment of Sue Owen as the new Civil Service Diversity Champion, and of Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Defence, as the first holder of the new position of Civil Service Social Mobility Champion.
Ten years ago, Tom Powell didn't even think jobsharing was open to him. Now, he says it's the best thing he's ever done.
Jon Thompson underlines the value of volunteering and tells how a group of volunteers at the Ministry of Defence are helping to raise the profile of the Civil Service Lifeboat Fund.
Jon Thompson, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Defence, challenges you to look beyond the stereotypes and see what the Reserves can do for your career.
Sir Jeremy looks at how we are supporting civil servants from over 25 departments who work overseas, often in dangerous conditions.
Mark Sedwill, Permanent Secretary of the Home Office explains why we should think differently about overseas work, and how it can impact on the UK.