On her becoming Finance Director at BIS, people began to ask Charu Gorasia how she overcame the barriers that prevent more civil servants from under-represented groups reaching senior levels. Read about the inclusion lessons she learned from other leaders on the way up the ladder.
Inspired by our first official engagement with National Inclusion Week, Sir Jeremy looks at the task ahead for us to become the UK's most diverse employer.
Having spoken at the FDA's Women into Leadership conference, Melanie Dawes looks ahead to rejuvenating our gender and women's networks.
Sue Owen explains the importance of the newly published Permanent Secretary diversity and inclusion objectives to making us a truly inclusive organisation representative of modern Britain.
Stephen Frost, one of our new expert diversity advisers, considers how overcoming unconscious assumptions about what constitutes the "best" talent is key to being a true meritocracy.
Helena Morrissey, one of our new expert advisers, looks at the challenges ahead as we look to become more representative of modern Britain.
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.
For the first time we have signed up for National Inclusion Week as an organisation, find out why it's important and how you can get involved.