Are you an unpaid carer? Do you see it as just part of everyday life to keep trying to push through the days and weeks to get to the next one? Would you like to be part of a supportive network of people facing the same issues and challenges as you?
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.
CS Local Scotland Wellbeing network have put together a short article on recognising the relationship between satisfaction with time use and wellbeing. In order to enhance wellbeing, we need to look at optimising our use of time. read on for some tips...
We are working in partnership with CSSC Sports and Leisure to deliver online sessions for Civil Servants in the North West and North East, Yorkshire and the Humber. Join Steven Toms from the CSSC for these informative virtual sessions on their key products and benefits
Today I want to reflect back over the thoughts through the week, and give an insight into a couple of stories from Civil Service Colleagues who are happy to share their experiences around caring. Hopefully these little blogs have prompted …
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 …
How to recognise neurodiverse conditions such as Dyslexia, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autistic Spectrum Condition at work. Why don't you lunch and learn?
Our wellbeing group are busy supporting their departments during this particularly difficult time however, they are keen to make you aware that it is Mental Health Awareness Week, the theme this year is Be Kind
CS Local Support The Charity for Civil Servants in promoting a series of webinars, Starting with the Power of Kindness
The Charity is here to help all civil servants, past and present – these are very tough times, presenting new and stressful challenges for everyone.
Learn about how to look after your wellbeing whilst remote working
A fellow civil servant Emma Evans from DEFRA (Department for Environmental, Food & Rural Affairs) shares her personal story and a collaboration for "have a go events" in collaboration with Visual Network, Goalball UK, the Charity for Civil Servants and …
We are looking for a group of Civil Servants to form a working group to lead the South West and Wales staff engagement and wellbeing network...
Neurodiversity is being celebrated 16 to 20 March 2020, Civil Service Local Scotland is having a celebration on 24 March 2020. Please read on for more details
The CS Local Scotland Wellbeing Network have produced some useful information in their “Get Ready for Winter” campaign .
Join the Yorkshire and Humber Continuous Improvement Network as we think about smarter working and wellbeing in the workplace.
The award-winning Team Chaffinch introduce their newly relaunched A-Z to Better Wellbeing toolkit and share how the Civil Service Local Junior Leader’s Academy has helped them on their journey to become civil service leaders.
Exciting new Discovery Sessions launching in Bristol, Manchester and Newcastle. Book now to avoid disappointment!
The Kingfisher family are spreading the message about the importance of taking a meaningful lunch and need your help