Kathie talks about the first 10 months leading the CS Local team - and follow the link to read the 2018 Quarter 1 report and see what the team has been doing
Application for the CS Local ESEL Academy is now open.
The Academy is a mix of self-discovery, personal development and team building. It’s an opportunity to develop your leadership behaviours, to build confidence and self-awareness and work collaboratively with other civil servants from a range of government departments.
Nahida Ahmed on how the Midlands Academy set on her on the road to achieving her goals.
To help celebrate Deaf Awareness Week 2018, The Civil Service Hearing Disability Network are holding a hearing assisted technology awareness day at Porton Down on 12th June to showcase the various types of assisted technology for people with a hearing disability
Vanessa Kirk from Civil Service Local Midlands gives her account of the day and her visit to the Houses of Parliament.
Would you like to spend a day job shadowing someone from another department, or are you willing to be shadowed?
Do you want to take some positive steps in your career this year? Do you want to develop yourself and network with colleagues from the across the region? Then consider the Midlands Academy!
Come and join us on 26 March 12.30 - 2.30pm in Quarry House, Leeds, LS2 7UE at this event which will provide participants with the tools and techniques to incorporate performance skills into their personal interactions and verbal communications.
If you are AA to EO grade come along to our next Junior Leaders Networking Event in London and let us inspire, motivate and encourage you to succeed in making the Civil Service brilliant!
If you are available in the London area and have experience sifting job applications we’d love you to join our gang.
Keith Douglas from the Child Maintenance Group recounts his experience of setting up and hosting a placement for a colleague from another department. Read about his experience and consider if it is something you'd like to do?
The Junior Leaders Network is a fantastic opportunity to hear from successful civil servants, network and learn about different government departments, to be inspired, motivated and encouraged to succeed in making the Civil Service brilliant!
The five-day Middle Managers’ Academy (MMA) returned in June at the Wintergardens in Blackpool following a successful 2016 launch when members of Civil Service Local’s steering group identified a gap in training opportunities for HEO and SEO leaders.
Thousands of civil servants descended on Manchester for the return of Civil Service Live to the North West. They learned new skills, made new contacts, and came away inspired to help deliver the vision of a Brilliant Civil Service.
Inspired by their time at the 2016 ESEL Junior Leader’s Academy the Hurricane family wanted to help other potential leaders and came up with the idea of a ‘Civil Service Leadership Ladder’ for their project.
Civil Service Local is pleased to announce an opportunity for civil servants in the east, south east and London to join our latest cross-departmental Academy programme for junior grades.
Did you know our GAP project has been going on for almost three years? Read more about the project and how its made a difference here...
Read about how Asif had his eyes opened at the Discover Preston event on the 13th February at the HMRC Learning Academy in the Guild Centre, Preston.
Civil Service Local will be holding another popular competency surgery, this time at RAF Honington in Suffolk on 2 March 2017.
If you are grade AA-EO looking to reach your full potential but don’t know where to start and interested in learning about other government departments then the Junior Leaders Networking Event in London is a fantastic opportunity for you.