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The Continuous Improvement Network is looking for you

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Are you interested in or passionate about Continuous Improvement (CI)? Would you like to understand what is happening on this topic across the Civil Service in the East, South East and London (ESEL) area?

If so, the Civil Service Local Continuous Improvement ESEL network could be for you. We warmly welcome all Civil Servants regardless of grade.

Our CI Network ambition:

Our ambition is to create a network that will best serve our area, by bringing together people with knowledge and know-how in the areas of change, improvement and transformation. It's also a great opportunity to meet new people of different grades and departments to share experiences with the aim of making the Civil Service more effective.

Once up and running, it is anticipated that this network will both plan and deliver a series of events to share our knowledge with others and build capability for many of our departments and colleagues. We also aim to undertake a project that will link in with the key priorities to build a more ambitious, more skilled and innovative Civil Service.

Members of this group will need to bring with them knowledge, enthusiasm, a bit of free time and the capacity to work with others across government in a spirit and culture of continuous improvement.

Are you interested in getting involved - an opportunity for you?

“If you have knowledge in change, improvement or transformation and are as passionate about wanting to develop Continuous Improvement as I am; you are very much the type of person I'm trying to reach.

I have been involved in developing a number of cross government networks. As a result, my confidence has increased and I have gained lots of experience in working across government that has helped to benefit my career and understand how the Civil Service works”.

(Chair of CI Network)

How to get involved

So if you are interested in developing yourself and others, networking and working with other government departments then please get in touch with Simon Skerritt detailing your experience and what you could bring to the network.

You may also wish to follow the network on Twitter @CSLocalESELCI, where you will start to see updates on what the network are doing moving forward.

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