Local Government Challenge is a competition which seeks out the best and brightest local government officers with the drive and determination to reach the top.
Competitors take part in a series of real-life challenges in host authorities around the country, which test their individual and team-working skills. The competition offers a great career development opportunity and if they win, there is a prize of up to £10,000 from the Bruce-Lockhart scholarship.
LG Challenge winner 2013
Lana Fisher from Leeds City Council is the 2013 Local Government Challenge winner. This was announced at the LGA Conference and Lana received her award from Rt. Hon. Jeremy Hunt MP. Watch a short film (1 minute 46 seconds) of her experiences:
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CapacityGRID - Local Government Challenge 2010- 2013 sponsors
CapacityGRID has been proud to sponsor the Local Government Challenge for the last three years. As a competition which seeks to provide invaluable experiences and reward some of the most talented local government officers from across the country, the LG Challenge has fitted perfectly with CapacityGRID's own ethos of providing career opportunities for those with the drive to succeed in their local communities.
We were keen to get involved, support and witness first hand the exciting demonstrations of the candidate's creative, communications and leadership skills. The sponsorship opportunity provided us with exactly that, allowing our CEO to judge each stage of the competition and get to grips with the innovative ideas coming out of the process.
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