Our next Junior Leaders Networking Event is in Norwich on 26 September, an opportunity to hear from an inspirational speaker, have discussions and share experience with peers at AA to EO level.
There's still time to nominate someone for the Charity for Civil Servants’ Community Awards. Closing date is 23 August.
The award-winning Team Chaffinch introduce their newly relaunched A-Z to Better Wellbeing toolkit and share how the Civil Service Local Junior Leader’s Academy has helped them on their journey to become civil service leaders.
Colleagues passionate about the issue of social mobility are invited to join this new hub in London and the South East
We have a few places left if you are interested in applying for a place or to help facilitate
The Kingfisher family are spreading the message about the importance of taking a meaningful lunch and need your help
Come along to this session in London and see the world from someone else’s perspective, helping us build understanding, confidence, resilience and appreciation of others and a more inclusive workplace.
Together with Carers UK, The Charity for Civil Servants have developed a new Digital Resource for carers.
If you want to be in the best place for your next moment come along to our next Junior Leaders Networking Event in Croydon on 21 June
A day to share something to inspire and help others make a positive change.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to come and work with one of our local teams project managing our amazing Academies
Get your team together now to sign up for this year's Charity for Civil Servants Walking Challenge to improve your wellbeing, your health and your fitness and fundraise for your community.
We successfully launched a shadowing programme in the East, South East and London region and are now looking for more people to offer shadowing opportunities and take up the offers
Funke tells us about her experience of these networking events in the South East of England
We would love colleagues from other departments to come along with us to encourage the aspirations of young people, to help drive social mobility and promote careers in the Civil Service
It can be difficult to make connections across departments but CS Local sessions can help you grow your contacts.
The aim of this workshop in London is to give leaders the tools to proactively manage their online reputation so they can maximise their personal impact.
My deafness does not define me, in this discovery session we look at how networks support and guide us all to overcome some of the barriers to inclusion.
Come to this roadshow to find out how the Food Standards Agency use their expertise and influence so people can trust the food they buy and eat is safe and what it says it is.
If you are a civil servant based in or around Cambridge come along to this event, a mix of stalls and workshops, a great networking opportunity to build your knowledge and capability