In 2014, a change programme established the Government Communications Service (GCS) as the professional body for all government communicators, with the aim of creating an exceptional communications profession that delivers effective and efficient campaigns. When I was asked to lead.
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If we all continued the notion of blindly following my leader into adulthood, we might have a simple life, but what would we achieve? It would rely on a single guiding mind leading us happily – or more probably unhappily.
This week is National Apprenticeship Week so GCS caught up with Daniel Clayton, one of the first Digital Apprentices in government communications, to talk about his time in Defra so far. “After college I felt that the university route was.
We’re currently holding a number of conferences across GCS to socialise the improvements we’re making to internal communications. Attendance has been excellent – thank you to all who have come. (More important still though is to practise what you have.
As government communicators, our communications have a global reach and often a global purpose. This week I spoke to FCO colleagues at their Global Communications Conference about how communication serves the UK’s international objectives and how GCS, as a profession,.