How the commitment and shared vision of two civil servants created a multi-award-winning staff network of recognised value to the Civil Service.
To mark National Day for Staff Networks, Brian Stanislas focuses on the stories behind two prominent flexible working networks within the Civil Service.
In Deaf Awareness Week, Civil Service Deaf and Hard of Hearing Network Champion Debbie Alder writes about a valuable resource in preparation that is designed to help us all understand the challenges faced by our colleagues who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Mark Pettitt introduces a staff network that encourages conversations between civil servants across government and which has new relevance in keeping people connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
Government Chief People Officer Rupert McNeil describes how staff networks are going "above and beyond" to support civil servants during the coronavirus pandemic.
On behalf of the director community, Kate Josephs sets out how the Civil Service Directors' Network, formed last year, is reaching out to grow the community and focus on its collective leadership goals.
Rob Neil believes that increasing cultural intelligence can help individuals identify their biases and create effective strategies for managing them.
Richard Heaton introduces Civil Service Race Forum chair Hamid Motraghi, in the second of two posts focusing on the work of staff networks.
Civil Service Race Champion Richard Heaton introduces the first of two posts focusing on the work of staff networks in creating an equal workplace for all, here, the Race to the Top Grade 6/7 Network.
To mark the recent Deaf Awareness Week, Philip Rutnam introduces the personal stories of two Civil Service colleagues who live with hearing loss.