Kate Silver was one of our Senior Civil Servant (SCS) inspirational speakers at the last Academy. She received exceptional feedback on her delivery as to why effective leadership makes a difference. Read more to find out the key points to consider for effective leadership.
The Ministry of Defence is offering a 1 day Tri-Service, Army, Navy and RAF, insight course for civil servants across the north east and Yorkshire and the Humber, promoting Reserve Careers and offering you the opportunity to ‘Have a GO!’
Could you use your skills and experience to help to guide a voluntary organisation in your local area? Voluntary organisations in North Tyneside need people to help them carry out their great work by being part of the group of people who are responsible for the organisation; the trustees.
The next Senior Leaders network event will take place on 17 November where leaders from across the west midlands can come together to exchange their views and ideas.
Discovery Session: Managing Change. Come along to our session on Thursday 26th March at Land Registry, Peterborough and get thinking about how you and your colleagues can handle change more effectively.
Two network meetings (1. Continuous Improvement and 2. Equality & Diversity) are to meet in March in Southampton. In Portsmouth, CS Learning are running a workshop to get help you get the best from their offerings. Read more and sign up to share, learn and develop your skills.
On 6th February 2015, Civil Service Local North West welcomed John Manzoni (Civil Service CEO) to Manchester for a Discovery Session. The event was held to enable John to hear from some of the volunteers about the work they had been a part of.
Una O’Brien, Permanent Secretary at the Department of Health and the Civil Service Local – West Midlands Champion, will give the keynote address at the Senior Leaders’ event in Birmingham on 6 March 2015
Steven Paul was so inspired and motivated by last year's Civil Service Local Academy in Preston, he decided to harness and share his enthusiasm back in the workplace.
Would you like to know more about the work of Parliament? We have over 80 people attending and there a few places left.
New cross departmental events coming up in the new year to help your development and engagement with other departments.
Linda Goulding speaks about the "really invigorating experience ... working with some great people" in a fantastic week as a facilitator at a Civil Service Local Learning Development Academy in Newcastle.
Engaging our Schools is a programme of work to raise the aspirations of students, to encourage them to stay in education or prepare for the world of work. Volunteers aere needed to mentor the students or to lead these small projects teams to provide a great experience for both students and mentors.
Day 3: Mother of 10 Elaine Vance is well used to time management. She put this skill to good use at the North West Academy by keeping a daily diary of the event from a delegate’s point of view.
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service has written to launch the consultation on the Leadership Strategy. As part of that consultation Civil Service Local are hosting Discovery Sessions or focus groups across the country. The first …
The first meeting of the cross departmental Equality and Diversity group in the south east of England will be held at the HM revenue and Customs Office, Compass House in Southampton on Thiursday 16 October from 12:15 to 2:00 pm Would you …
Richard Heaton, Permanent Secretary of the Civil Service & First Parliamentary Counsel for the Cabinet Office is coming to 2 events in Nottingham on Monday 27 October . The first is an East Midlands Senior Leaders network meeting on between 11:00 am and 1.00 …
We are always looking for examples of inspiration within the civil service and none more so than Angela Mason-Matthews. Angela works for HM Revenue and Customs in Southampton and was selected to compete in the first ever Invictus Games in …
On Monday evening I attended a reception held in 70 Whitehall, the office of the Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, Francis Maude. It was good to see colleagues from a number of departments who had worked together …