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Join our global network of public sector professionals and share best practice through social learning and community engagement.

Community benefits include

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Learn

Access exclusive and ungated content on the key trends in government globally

Connect

Share opinions, experiences, expertise and questions in a closed door forum

Upskill

Interactive online courses designed to stretch and engage high-performing public servants

Benchmark

Access a calendar of virtual, in person and hybrid events tailored to the challenges in your role

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  • How can I make connections globally in my community of practice that are tackling the same issues as me?
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  • How can I explore short courses that will help me bridge skills gaps for my development in the public sector?
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  • How can I find a complimentary event to hear from and benchmark with my peers across the country?
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Our communities of practice are designed for public sector professionals like you to create and take part in conversations that are topical to your work. Share your latest insights, collaborate on your strategies with other public sector professionals sharing similar goals. Think of our communities as your 24/7 virtual networking event.

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