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The Challenges of Leadership Development
The Challenges of Leadership Development

As part of CARICAD's Leadership Development Programme's over-arching objective to develop a dynamic, integrated and renewable community of adaptive leaders to transform the public services of the Region, we have produced a series of short...

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How to improve the resilience of road-based transport network in the aftermath of a climate-related event?
How to improve the resilience of road-based transport network in the aftermath of a climate-related event?

Road-based transport networks are considered amongst the most vital systems to social and economic growth (Hughes & Healy, 2014). These systems support the movement of goods and services over long distances for a rapidly growing global...

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The Blue Economy in the Caribbean
The Blue Economy in the Caribbean

The Blue Economy is a relatively new term used to describe sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods, and jobs while preserving the health of ocean ecosystem. It is an emerging concept which encourages better...

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How the Mighty Fall
How the Mighty Fall

James C. Collins is the writer of several famous books on management, some of which include:

  • Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies (1994)
  • Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap... and Others Don't (2001)
  • How The...
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Meeting Management when you are not the Meeting Lead
Meeting Management when you are not the Meeting Lead

As one gets promoted into the managerial and senior executive ranks, more and more time is spent participating in meetings; some studies estimate 40% - 50% of one’s time. This represents a sizeable chunk of productive time, which too often is not...

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Equitable Fatherhood Makes Men Happier and Healthier
Equitable Fatherhood Makes Men Happier and Healthier

Equality in caregiving is the key to thriving families and societies and makes men happier and healthier. And sharing unpaid work — like raising children and managing households — is an “urgent matter” of gender justice, according to a new report...

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Leadership Impact - Episode 3
Leadership Impact - Episode 3
The Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) is pleased to share with you the final episode in our three-part series on Leadership Impact. 
 
In this episode, we are on location in beautiful Trinidad, to see how the CLP has impacted The Office of the...
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Leadership Impact - Episode 2
Leadership Impact - Episode 2

The Caribbean Leadership Project is pleased to share with you the second episode in our three-part series on Leadership Impact

In this episode, we are on location in beautiful Barbados to see how the CLP has impacted the Regional Security...

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Leadership Impact - Episode 1
Leadership Impact - Episode 1

Since 2013, the Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) has been transforming lives at the highest levels at of the public services in the Region. The Project’s Leadership Development Programme has produced tremendous results on personal levels, but...

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Building Networks: Women Who Support Women
Building Networks: Women Who Support Women

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...

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The Agony of Cancers
The Agony of Cancers

When I made the decision to write about cancers, I decided that the content will be about breast cancer because of its prevalence, and then I felt that I should change this focus to uterine cancer. I had not settled with that thought before...

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No Children? No Work-Life Balance?
No Children? No Work-Life Balance?

Depending on the day of the week, we see media stories about how technology gives us flexibility and frees us to work from home or from anywhere, anytime! Yet it also means that employers can make demands and expect employees to respond to...

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Improving Accountability in a Complex Environment
Improving Accountability in a Complex Environment

Public sector organisations are often criticized for lacking accountability. Often, it seems that persons who perform receive the same benefits as those who do not. Let’s face it - when you became a civil servant somebody probably told you (like...

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Occasional Sadness or Clinical Depression:  When Should We Become Concerned?
Occasional Sadness or Clinical Depression: When Should We Become Concerned?

There are times in one’s life when situations and events can bring you down.  Unfair situations in the workplace, conflicts with family, issues with one’s partner, loss of a loved one, or just overall dissatisfaction with life can periodically...

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Employee Engagement – A Personal Reflection
Employee Engagement – A Personal Reflection

A common question that I get asked by senior executives is, “How can I get my team or employees to be more engaged?” According to the SHRM Research Overview on Employee Engagement, employee engagement is linked to a number of critical human...

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Management: The Public Sector versus The Private Sector - Part II of II
Management: The Public Sector versus The Private Sector - Part II of II

In my last post I promised a Part II follow-up to my article on Management in the Public versus Private Sectors. To recap – I had the privilege of working in both the public and private sectors in Jamaica. I was a senior manager at Scotiabank for...

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Mentorship: Impacting the Next Generation of Leaders
Mentorship: Impacting the Next Generation of Leaders

Two years ago, I applied to participate in the Caribbean Leadership Project’s Leadership Development Programme for mid-level managers.  One particular question on the application form stumped me.  I was asked to ‘describe the leadership qualities...

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Bright Spot: Preventing Gender-Based Violence in Grenada
Bright Spot: Preventing Gender-Based Violence in Grenada

Gender-based violence (GBV), especially violence against women and girls, is one of the most common forms of insecurity facing citizens in the Caribbean. A new policy brief published by CDB, Preventing Gender-Based Violence and Effectively with...

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Water and Energy Nexus: Ethical and Governance Outlook for the Caribbean
Water and Energy Nexus: Ethical and Governance Outlook for the Caribbean

What is the Water and Energy Nexus?

Approximately 2.8 billion persons across the globe, especially in developing countries reside in highly “water-stressed areas,” and another 1.3 billion people have limited access to electricity. The necessity...

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Typical or Excessive Worrying: When Should We Become Concerned?
Typical or Excessive Worrying: When Should We Become Concerned?

Worry is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “mental distress or agitation resulting from concern usually for something impending or anticipated”.  Some of us tend to worry.  We become periodically concerned about challenges such as work...

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