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If we are all honest, we would have to confess that we each have our biases and preferences. It is part of being human. Sometimes people are conscious of their biases, but oftentimes, biases operate at the unconscious level. These unconscious...Read more >>
Do you tend to feel most comfortable with people like yourself, or do you seek out others who are different?
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The 70:20:10 rule of learning and development purports that 70% of organisational learning takes place on the job. Twenty percent of learning is supported by coaching and mentoring type learning programmes, while formal learning and development...Read more >>
Workplace violence is increasingly and unfortunately becoming a challenge in many workplaces globally, as well as in the Caribbean region. This is a by-product of increasing levels of mental health challenges and crime, among other challenges in...Read more >>
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As 2017 commences, and resolutions are made, why not consider setting your sights on becoming a better leader? One of the most effective ways to become a better leader is to focus on the team that you are leading. If your team isn’t working...Read more >>
The Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD) and the Latin American Centre of Administration for Development (CLAD) are regional organizations with similar functions; to support and promote the exchange of good practices for...Read more >>
In the past I have talked about the challenges of managing different generations of people with diverse expectations and cultures in the workplace. But lately I have been hearing about other inter-generational issues.
Older workers increasingly...Read more >>
In my early days of HR training, the mantra that was taught was that job design was the building block for HR Management, as it informed the recruitment and selection process, performance and compensation management, among other HR functions....Read more >>
As leaders of industry and businesses across the Caribbean with an interest in health and a heathy productive workforce, you may be aware that doctors, in assessing and treating a patient, traditionally follow a particular process of taking a...Read more >>
On November 22, 2016, the Caribbean Leadership Project will host a webinar on the topic of Developing Business Coaching Skills for Managers and Supervisors. In preparing to facilitate this session, a number of potential challenges began to...Read more >>
In October, the United Nations named Wonder Woman, a 75-year-old comic book and movie character, its new Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Woman and Girls.
Many UN staff and others around the world were horrified. Almost immediately a...Read more >>
Perhaps the greatest leadership challenge that any leader will face is leading one’s self. This is because we often are so much better at describing and assessing the behaviours of others, but are unable to assess ourselves realistically. To...Read more >>
As leaders of industry and business across the Caribbean, we should be acutely aware of issues that not only affect our own health and those of our loved ones, but also our employees and their family and friends, since our businesses and our...Read more >>
Based on the analysis of success and war stories shared by senior public sector leaders across the CARICOM region at the CLP’s last symposium in May 2016, under the theme Governance at the Core, the lack of clarification about the roles of...Read more >>
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