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Recently I facilitated a focus group on leadership training needs with a group of mid- to senior-level women in the financial sector from different regions around the world. The results were fascinating and enlightening.
What impressed me most...Read more >>
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What is the Water and Energy Nexus?
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I came across this quote from an unknown author recently – Every job is a self-portrait of the person who does it; autograph your work with excellence.
This is definitely a creed that we should all embrace. However, how does one embrace such a...Read more >>
Having had the distinct pleasure and privilege to work in both the private and public sectors, I will share from my experiences some of the differences between the two sectors from a Jamaican and Caribbean perspective. To provide some background,...Read more >>
If you’re like me you’re busy reviewing the last year’s achievements and failures. And with possibility thinking you’re looking forward for greater and better in 2019. However, greater and better requires some planning and looking out for...Read more >>
I have never given much thought to the theory that we have two sides to our personality the “work me” and the “real me”, until I was confronted with that dilemma after recently completing a performance appraisal interview with one of my...Read more >>
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