To mark Men's Health Awareness Month, we talk to Pete Miles from our Inclusion Network about his personal story and how it can help to talk about our wellbeing.
Glyn Ellis Hughes
As a civil servant working in DWP, I'm really enjoying the chance to work with other government departments to share new ideas. I'm now working one day a week as the communications leads for Civil Service Local north west. As a Welshman who's made his home in the north west of England, I hope to help bring you news from our area about the benefits of working together in exciting, creative ways to make things better for us and the towns and cities where we live and work.
Ar ddydd Mawrth 4 Gorffennaf, aeth y Tîm Gwasanaeth Sifil Lleol ar gyfer Cymru a De Orllewin Lloegr i Goleg Brenhinol Cerdd a Drama Caerdydd ar gyfer Civil Service Live Cymru. Mae Civil Service Live yn rhaglen o ddigwyddiadau ledled y wlad …
Find out how sharing the experience of Ramadan with a colleague has promoted greater understanding in the workplace at Blackpool Magistrates' Court
I hadn't been to a Discovery Session for a while until today, but I think I made a smart move choosing this one. The two hour bite-size event focused on smarter working and how a more agile approach to work …
To mark this week's celebrations for International Women's Day, Janice Lea shares her thoughts and experiences as a woman working in the world of Civil Service Local.
We've got some great news about wellbeing that we're very pleased to share with you. Our CS Local Attendance Management network in the north west are launching a new monthly newsletter to provide ideas and share your experiences of wellbeing initiatives …
Congratulations to Beccy Purcell and Melanie Banks on being shortlisted for the 2015 Civil Service Awards.
Academy week reached its peak on Thursday 24th September as our teams of cross-government delegates faced up to a "Dragon's Den" style challenge, pitching their project ideas to a team of senior leaders. Our Academy blogger, Beccy Purcell has been …
Day 2 of our 2015 Academy and here are Beccy Purcell's thoughts so far.
For the next 3 days we'll bring you up to date news from our 2015 Academy.
I had a very busy day at Civil Service Live in Manchester. It was also enlightening, worthwhile and empowering. As expected, I left with a big list of things to do, but I made plenty of new contacts to help me achieve them so I'm hopeful about the future.
If you're thinking about getting involved in Civil Service Local then find out what's on offer and who to contact . . .
If you have thought about getting involved in Civil Service Local then find out what's on offer and who to contact . . .
Do you want to learn more about devolution? This Discovery Session aims to explain how devolution is relevant to your work and will let you know where to go for more information on devolved matters.
Our 2015 Academy will be held from 22 to 25 September in Chester. Nominations need to be in by 15 July 2015 so look out for more information in your workplace about how to apply.
A wonderful day of fundraising for our Government Access Point project partners at St Catherine's Hospice in Preston. I found out the hard way what undulating means and was reminded of the dedication and true spirit of Civil Service Local - all on the back of a bike.
The schedule for the Discovery Sessions to be run in the north west of England is now available - read more
Our Government Access Point project aims to ease the burden for hospice patients and their families at a very difficult time. Two members of the team talked to us about their experiences . . .
With only five months to go until our fourth Academy event in September, our new facilitators share their initial thoughts with us.
From an original idea about job swapping back at the Academy in 2012, the Exchange to Change project has evolved to offer a range of development opportunities. The latest was a Snapshot Session at the Liverpool Civil and Family Court on the 24th March which focused on Competency Writing.
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