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Development Opportunity with CS Local

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Would you like the opportunity to work across government to learn more about the delivery of public services and how these can benefit civil servants whilst at the same time developing your project management and collaboration skills? If so the CS Local North East Yorkshire and the Humber team would love to hear from you.

Giving something back

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Becky Collins

Civil Service Local is celebrating its fifth birthday, so we’re taking a look back at some of the things our committed, inspiring people have achieved in the last five years. Becky Collins from HM Revenue and Customs tells us about her current project helping vulnerable citizens and, as someone who has been involved since the start, she explains why she keeps coming back for more…

Laying foundations for the future

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Age UK garden Wythenshawe

This is the first in a series of blogs where we’ll be following a cross-government group of middle managers called Team Quattro, who are focusing on helping citizens in our community who find themselves in vulnerable circumstances. We start by looking at their recent visit to an Age UK day centre in Manchester.

Inspired and engaged at the Leaders of Today Academy

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Table discussion

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.

Discovering the benefits of connecting in Liverpool

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Interested attendees at event

Civil Service Local North West connects civil servants with their communities, and a partnership with City of Liverpool College has enabled their journalism students to see how our volunteers are making a difference. In the first of two blogs from students, Eli Regan reports on a discovery session highlighting the wide range of government departments in Liverpool.