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.
Academy graduates, the Lowe Family, designed a workshop to highlight development opportunities. After running several successful sessions in the East Midlands, they are about to deliver their largest event so far in Birmingham.
Ready to progress? Find out more and book your place!
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.
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.
Being a mentor, as well as a fulfilling experience, can be crucial to developing valuable skills, and being mentored can help you overcome problems, plan your career and develop capabilities. Signing up is easy and only takes a few minutes.
In time for Christmas The Charity for Civil Servants has launched its Budget Calculator; a tool enabling any civil servant concerned about their finances to quickly see whether they need to take urgent action or not.
If you would like one to one help completing a competency example for a job application please book a session in London to receive tailored, focused advice on a competency example of your choice from an experienced sifter.
Building capability is one of the key aims of Civil Service Local. As part of our ongoing look back at our first five years, Steering Group member Steve Field tells us how empowering people to be the best they can be is at the heart of what we do.
The second part of the Middle Managers’ Academy was held in Preston at Lancashire Police HQ, so the appearance of TV detectives Kojak and Columbo wasn’t surprising. But the serious message of the event was the importance of middle managers developing themselves so they can be better, more inspiring leaders.
How to improve a team’s performance is one of the key concerns of any manager. Paul Brown led a discovery session on how to drive high-performing teams, and his candid, relaxed style found favour with an engaged audience in Birkenhead . . .
Places are still available for this year’s Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management, and you can sign up at Civil Service Live. The 12-month programme is a university level, formally-accredited and recognised qualification.
Jayne Krol shares her Ten Top Lessons resulting from her work so far with Civil Service Local where she has taken overall responsibility for promoting cross-government collaboration and leading all our citizen-focused activities in the north west of England.