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You're familiar with the golden rule, right? You know - do unto others as you would have them do unto you? Have you adopted it in your leadership practices? Do you treat your employees, peers and boss as you would like to be treated? That's a...Read more >>
Recently an alumna of the Caribbean Leadership Project spoke to a diverse group of women in her country on how women leaders undermine and sabotage themselves. Here are some ways women undermine themselves in, or on their way to, leadership...Read more >>
CLP’s Leadership Development Programme (LDP) includes a session captioned “Unintended Consequences”. In that session, we acknowledge that things can go horribly wrong despite the best of intentions and explore strategies for recovering from such...Read more >>
The workplace is more generationally diverse now than ever, with up to four generations working together. Young graduates with new skills are working alongside older, experienced employees due to improved health, increased longevity and higher...Read more >>
Recently, I’ve had occasion to apply my mind to the question of what constitutes success when it comes to training employees. We are all familiar with the evaluation forms that one gets at the end of a training programme. You know the one I...Read more >>
One support for Work-Life balance is “Family Friendly Workplaces (FFWs)”. As the number of dual-career and single-parent families increases, a growing number of workers - male and female - must manage personal, work and family...Read more >>
Until recently, the phrase “bright spots” may have meant some physical, exciting place of entertainment. A place where individuals visit as a means of relaxation, or simply to “blow off steam”. It is my desire that after reading this issue, and...Read more >>
There was a time (truth be told, it wasn’t that long ago) that I took pride in my reputation as a multitasker. It was not uncommon for me to be responding to an incoming email, having a conversation with a member of staff who was sitting in my...Read more >>
What if we could empower our people to transform themselves at will?
I recently met with senior public service executives from two existing institutions. They are currently engaged in merging the two which is creating turmoil and tensions with...Read more >>
Employees rank training and career development high on the list of desirable benefits. Yet organizations waste most of the time and money they spend on training. That’s because most employers rely on outdated training ideas and boring methods....Read more >>
These days it seems that everywhere I go people are identifying themselves as leaders whether they are appointed by someone else or are self-identifying as a leader. Whether self-appointed, elected or anointed, the word leader’ has a crystal...Read more >>
If you are a man you probably replied, “Yes”! If you are a woman, you may have said, “Maybe”.
What accounts for the difference in confidence between women and men? This interesting question is currently being discussed in leadership literature...Read more >>
360 Degree feedback methods help employees at all levels receive performance feedback from supervisors, direct reports, peers and in some cases, customers. According to some experts, the most helpful feedback comes from observers who focus on the...Read more >>
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams
The Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) is dedicated to supporting public sector leaders and future leaders who face the...Read more >>
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