Join us at our online event on 30 June, where we will be exploring aspects of leadership to support your career progression. Sessions will focus on boundaryless leadership, mentoring and positive role modelling.
Would you like to know more about the Diversity and Inclusion within the Civil Service? If so, why not join us at our virtual event to engage with other civil servants, listen to thought-provoking sessions and meet inspiring people sharing their experiences, knowledge and expertise.
The Junior Leaders Networking Event is a cross government network operating across the East, South East and London. Connecting colleagues in grades AO to EO where they learn and hear from senior leaders and network with their peers.
As part of CS Local’s series of blog posts around Honours alongside the theme of diversity and inclusion, we are pleased to announce another event to drive and push for better diversity in the honours system in particular, for those colleagues in government and the Civil Service.
Places are still available for our South West and Wales online event themed around International Men's Day and we have a little more detail on the sessions, so you can pick and choose which to join.
If you're an AO or EO interested in developing your full potential or interested in learning about the wider Civil Service but not sure where to start, then please join our East, South East and London Junior Leaders Network Event for all this and more.
Diversity and Inclusion Network National call up! Civil Service Local has a newly established national D&I network, you may have attended our CS Connect event “Unity, Not Uniformity” in September. Listening to your feedback we want to do more by …
We are proud to offer civil servants the chance to join a number of online events that we are staging to celebrate International Men’s Day (IMD), which takes place on 19th November.
Civil Service Local: East, South-East & London (ESEL) and cross-government Race to the Top G6/7 network are proud to invite you to their first ever cross-departmental Black History Month national event on 30 October 2020.
Civil Service Local see the Honours system as a chain of inclusion between departments alongside all civil servants and would like to take this opportunity to showcase the Honours System, what is being achieved in Diversity and Inclusion and how you can nominate an individual.
The East, South East and London Inclusion network would like to hear from you. Inclusion week is nearly upon us; so what better time to think about how you can get involved longer-term and be part of a network. Do …
Unity, not uniformity. Join civil service local in our two day national diversity and inclusion connect session.
As we progress through carers week with a series of mini-blogs, have a thought about where caring fits into the priorities of your life in respect of your own family. Work is often all consuming and especially at the …
Following on the launch this week of Carers Week, take a bit of time today to think about your own wellbeing. If you are a Carer, it’s important that you take that time to step back sometime, no matter how …
It’s Deaf Awareness Week and on 13 May it is National Day for Staff Networks, a day to celebrate all networks but in particular the Civil Service Deaf and Hard of Hearing Network. Without hard work and the amazing and …
Join us on Monday 30 March 2020 for our Diversity and Inclusion Conference in Birmingham. We have booked an exciting range of speakers who will be speaking around the theme of Social Mobility and have a selection of workshops running in the afternoon.
Civil Service Local South West, in partnership with the Met Office, is hosting a very special event this February. Spectrum is a one-day LGBTI themed conference featuring a fantastic line-up of speakers, workshops, a marketplace of stalls and more.
Colleagues from across the Civil Service exchanged ideas and shared their experiences of diversity and inclusion at a packed event in Salford.
Without hard work and the amazing and inspiring contribution of dedicated members none of our networks would exist so thank you to everyone for your continuing support and involvement.
Read about our latest Discovery Session on inclusive communication called Talk to the Hand