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Spring into action and don’t miss the next Junior Leaders Networking Event

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The next Junior Leaders Networking Event (JLNE) is an opportunity to improve your confidence, resilience and personal growth.

About JLNE and its achievements so far

The Junior Leaders Networking Event (JLNE) is a cross government network operating across the East, South East and London (ESEL) that connects colleagues in grades AO to EO in an environment where they learn and hear from senior leaders, network with their peers and receive tools to enhance their personal and professional development.

During the last 2 years, JLNE has reached and supported over 1500 junior colleagues. In 2019, four successful face to face events were held across four locations within ESEL.  Last year, JLNE went virtual due to the pandemic with five bite-size sessions covering Career Development, Wellbeing, Bullying, Harassment and Discrimination, Leadership and Personal Branding were held over the course of one day and each event was very well attended.

Interactive sessions coming in April 2021

Join other colleagues across government from Tuesday 20 to Thursday 22 April for 3 interactive days of learning, gaining new insight to enhance your Civil Service career, wellbeing and confidence. The morning sessions will run from 10am to 11am and the afternoon sessions from 2pm to 3pm each day.

Back by popular demand, and following feedback from our November event, we are running sessions on Success Profiles and Interview Preparation (mornings and afternoons on different days), so you should find a session to suit. There are two additional sessions on 'Building Resilience' and 'Finding Your Confidence'.

Sessions are available to register on Eventbrite

There is something of interest for everyone, tickets are available now to book on Eventbrite. Please use the links below to book tickets for the session(s) you would like to join and to find out more.

Tuesday 20 April

Success Profiles 10am – 11am

Finding your Confidence 2pm – 3pm

Wednesday 21 April

Building resilience in uncertain times 10am – 11am

Succeeding at Interview   2pm – 3pm

Thursday 22 April

Succeeding at Interviews 10am – 11am

Success profiles 2pm – 3pm

Before you sign up for the session(s)

Ensure you can attend.

Please discuss attendance at this event with your line manager.

Next steps when booking

Register using your civil service email address only.

There are six sessions in total – including repeat session for the success profile and interview session, to ensure we have sufficient tickets for colleagues who would like to attend these popular sessions. You only need to register for 1 success profiles and 1 interview session. Both sessions cover the same content.

Registration is required for each session, please use the relevant links above.

Joining instructions will be emailed to registered participants, a few days before the event. The event will most likely be hosted on MS Teams and recorded.

If having booked a ticket you are no longer able to attend, please ensure you cancel your ticket promptly, so another colleague has the opportunity to join the session.

JLNE success stories

Why join us? Well, here are some positive impacts from a couple of delegates who have previously attended:

I just wanted to let you know that I applied for and was successful in a Deputy Team Leader role- the junior leaders session was a great catalyst for my self confidence in going for it and I hope the initiative continues".

"Every session made you want to engage and you learnt something new. It was lovely that this was being shared and inspired colleagues to think outside the box and explore options.

Do you have any good news story as a result of attending any JLNE event? We’d love to hear yours. Email JLNE success stories to share yours.

Find out more about our past offerings at JLNE past events

 

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