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About six years ago, when I told friends and colleagues that I was going to be leaving what most would consider a great job in the private sector to take up a full-time position in the public sector, there were more than a few who thought that I...Read more >>
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Along with members of the third cohort of the Leadership Development Program (LDP), I had the privilege of meeting Her Honor, Senator Kerryann Ifill, President of the Barbados Senate, when she shared her insights in September. Senator Ifill spoke...Read more >>
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Thus states the CLP vision statement. This is tangible proof...Read more >>
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CLP’s Leadership Development Programme’s delivery team recently wrapped up an intensive planning exercise which focused on the redesign of the existing programme to ensure optimal alignment with the needs of the Level 2 leaders who will be...Read more >>
Is gender equality yesterday’s issue in the Caribbean? Is “feminism” a bad word? Or is it the next generation’s issue?
Two recent, related initiatives indicate the global discussion of gender equality issues is becoming more inclusive by...Read more >>
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Many of us pride ourselves on embracing diversity and being free from any prejudice on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, appearance, family status, income, sexual orientation, and national origin. But are we truly open and unbiased? Think...Read more >>
Investing in human resource development can be a costly undertaking. In the context of shrinking budgets and competing priorities, proponents of leadership development programming must be ready, willing and able to make a compelling case for the...Read more >>
On September 15, 2014, Guyana became the 150th nation to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. (Ratification is an act by which a state agrees to be legally bound by the terms of the convention.)...Read more >>
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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 >>
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