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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.
It's time to book your place at Civil Service Live 2015, the biggest learning opportunity of the year, with events around the country. As Sir Jeremy Heywood writes, everyone can benefit from attending and learning something new.
John Manzoni explains the relationship between experience and skills behind the concept of "T-shaped" civil servants, which he will be talking about at Civil Service Live later this year.
Civil Service Live 2014 finished on a high with over 6,000 civil servants taking part in the 2 day event (15 to 16 July) in London. Read the round-up of the social media reaction and take a look at the event album.
The third and biggest (so far) Civil Service Live learning event took place in Newcastle last week (3 July). Check out our Flickr album and read all the social media reaction to some tough questions in our Storify round-up.
Our second Civil Service Live learning event of 2014 took place in Liverpool on Wednesday (25 June). It was an inspiring day with packed sessions exploring themes from the capability plan, and challenging questions from the floor and online. We even had our first Civil Service Life #selfie.
The first of this year's Civil Service Live learning events kicked-off in Bristol on Wednesday (18 June). We had a full house of civil servants, senior leaders, volunteers, stands, the Minister and even a brass band! Plenty of lively debate, inspiring ideas and a chance to link up with colleagues.
Until the first of this year’s Civil Service Live events and the best opportunities in the calendar for meeting Civil Servants from all across Government and hearing what they’ve been up to.