What have you *done*?I’ve slightly fallen in love with the provocation by Tatiana Mac above. It’s so easy to remember and so simple to repeat. I included it in my weeknotes last week and I’m putting it here again. It gives me the prompt to action, and reminds me me to acknowledge the Black Lives Matter … Continue reading Weeknotes S10 Ep3
I’ve recently been involved in a number of conversations about building communities, so I thought it was worth writing up some thoughts on a small project I was part of at the Cabinet OfficeA Mille feuilleBut first, some background:I’ve written a little before about how I was involved with staff networks when I was at the Cabinet … Continue reading A spotters guide to staff networks: don’t squash the cake
Have you been to one of our events and want to share what you learned, or is there something you’d like to tell the world about? Find out how we can help.Some people using their laptops at One Team Gov GlobalHi I’m Sam, and I’m just a small part of the One Team Gov community, recently we’ve … Continue reading Want to write something for One Team Gov?
Attendees at One Team Gov Global, July 2018, blowing bubblesWe’re holding an event all about inclusion and wellbeing, it’s taking place at Cloth Hall Court, Leeds on 6 June 2019. This bloggroll signposts all of the relevant blogs about the event.First off, why are we doing this?Find out more and sign up here:If you need to persuade … Continue reading One Team Gov Wellbeing Camp bloggroll!
A cartoon parrot writing notes.Before I begin…Hi hi. How are you? I hope you are OK and looking forward to the Christmas break. I told you this would rattle around quickly and I bet you still have lots of shopping to do, don’t you? Yeah. We all do.I had some time off and away from weeknotes. Two … Continue reading Weeknotes S5 Ep7
But a list of links to things I’ve read and found interesting this week.I’ve only ever put these kinds of links at the bottom of my weeknotes and I’m never entirely sure how useful they are to anyone. But if racial and gender biases, feminism, mental health, agile working, user research, content design, AI and “stuff … Continue reading Not weeknotes
How taking a chance on an accelerator scheme helped me find meaning and motivation in my work.I joined my department in April 2015 at end of a significant technology transformation project, the first of it’s kind in the Civil Service.It’s fair to say that when I started, my team were all on a very steep learning … Continue reading My accelerator journey…