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Putting the 'U' into incl sion

Junior Leaders Networking event bannerThe Junior Leaders Networking Event (JLNE) gives colleagues in grades AA to EO the opportunity to network with their peers in other departments, learn and hear from inspirational speakers.

The theme for this event is ‘Creating a truly inclusive environment’.

What to Expect on the day

  • audience participation - share your thoughts on what would make the Civil Service a truly inclusive environment and a great place to work.
  • creating a truly inclusive environment - an interactive session run by Rob Neil MBE and Amauche Anurukem sharing ideas on how you can make your voice heard at work and realise your full potential
  • Success Profiles – if you are looking for your next role then this session will provide a candidate overview of Success Profiles and what you need to demonstrate in order to be successful in your job applications
  • ask the panel session – three colleagues share their experience, some top tips and answer questions on what it was like signing up for and completing their developmental programmes, the challenges, highlights and their next steps
  • networking - an opportunity to make connections with colleagues from other government departments.

When: June 21, 9am to 1pm.

Where: Apollo House, 36 Wellesley Road, Croydon, CR0 2RJ

If you want to be in the best place for your next moment, register for a place on Eventbrite. Use your work email to register.

Please discuss attendance at this event with your line manager before booking your place.

These events are very popular and places are limited so book early to secure a place. If having booked a ticket you are no longer able to attend, please ensure you cancel your ticket promptly so someone else may have the place.

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8 comments

  1. Comment by Louisa Radice posted on

    Any plans to run a similar event in the West Midlands?

  2. Comment by Em posted on

    When there's more talk of events outside of London, that's great to hear.

    To most Civil Servants though "outside of London" doesn't mean Croydon frankly.

    Indeed, that's harder for Civil Servants from outside London to get to than say Whitehall, especially for a 0900 start.

    • Replies to Em>

      Comment by Susan Coles posted on

      We try and vary where we hold events but wherever we do we will never please everyone. We are looking to hold the next JLNE in Norwich

  3. Comment by Violet Moutrage posted on

    I'm looing forward to this event. Normally these type of events are usually geared at HEO and above. I am so happy there is something for AA - EO to attend and gain some knowledge and experience. Long overdue. Well done Funke.

  4. Comment by Sian-Marie O'Reilly posted on

    This looks great! Hope you have a fantastic day!

  5. Comment by Tilly posted on

    Are there any further proposed dates following 21/06/2019?

    • Replies to Tilly>

      Comment by Susan Coles posted on

      Hi Tilly,

      Yes we do plan to have more. The next one is being planned for September in Norwich so keep a look out for details

  6. Comment by Tilly posted on

    Brilliant, thank you! I'm absolutely gutted I can't attend this one as I only received approval from my manager this morning after requesting on the 3rd of June and now it is sold out! 🙁 I've popped my name on the waiting list anyway!