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Join us in Bristol for a Leadership day

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Join fellow managers for this exciting group session where you will take a  look at how we can become effective leaders and  learn from our failures.

This session will...

  • help you and your teams create the right culture to be more creative and innovative at work
  • explore the impact the fear of failure has on creativity, innovation and making improvements in the workplace
  • focus on simple tools and techniques which can help reduce fear and anxiety at work
  • encourage collaboration and experimenting with new ideas and trialling new ways of working

Details of the event

When: 5th December 2018

Where: 2  Rivergate, Conference Rm 6 ,Bristol, BS1 6EH.

Time: 10:30am – 3:00pm

This event is suitable for all levels of staff who have managerial responsibilities. 

Please note that you will need to seek approval from your line manager and any travel and subsistence costs must be met by your department. This is a learning event and can count towards your 5 a year learning and development days.

Please also be aware there is no parking available at the venue, but the office is close to Temple Meads train station and there are public car parks nearby. There will be a break for lunch from 12:15-1pm. Please note lunch will not be provided but you are welcome to bring your lunch with you and stay in the conference room to network.

Book your tickets HERE

If you have any questions please email Richard Knight

Civil Service Local are committed to ensuring that wherever possible our events are accessible to all participants. If you have any specific requirements that will enable you to fully participate, please let us know and we will endeavour to make any reasonable adjustments.

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  1. Comment by Liz Cullen posted on

    Is there anyway we can be given more notice of this type of event, please? Many operational managers get booked up quite far in advance and are missing out on these events because they're not given sufficient notice.