John Manzoni says the enthusiasm he witnessed at Civil Service Live for self-improvement and helping others to develop is crucial to realising the vision of 'A Brilliant Civil Service'.
Civil Service Live
Civil Service Live is our annual learning day, giving colleagues across the country a chance to meet senior leaders, hear about our priorities first hand, sample different workshops to improve their skills and meet people from outside their own departments.
Take a look at some of the highlights as the 2016 Civil Service Live roadshow drew to a close with two days at London's QEII Conference Centre.
Last call for Civil Service Live as it heads to London on 12 and 13 July.
There is still time - just - for civil servants to register for the remaining Civil Service Live 2016 events or to add sessions to your day.
See what happened when the doors of Civil Service Live 2016 opened to thousands of civil servants at the SECC in Glasgow and City Hall in Sheffield.
Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni set out a new vision for the future of the Civil Service.
The Civil Service Live app is now available, helping delegates get more out of the learning event of the year for civil servants.
Time's running out to book your place at Civil Service Live 2016, the biggest learning opportunity of the year for civil servants.
Bryony Taylor, one of the founders of Mentor Match, introduces this new approach to mentoring in the Civil Service, designed to spread its benefits more widely.
At Civil Service Live 2016, 'An audience with Sir Jeremy Heywood' will give civil servants the opportunity to present their innovative work and ideas for making the Civil Service work better to the Head of the Civil Service himself.