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The Caribbean Leadership Project includes a research pillar to explore leadership and economic development issues that are specific to the Caribbean context.  In this regard, leading-edge research and best practices in leadership policy, programming and related economic development issues will be produced by and disseminated to stakeholders in the Region. Further, this research will support policy formulation on leadership and economic development practices and programming.

In 2014, the CLP issued a Call for Abstracts on Bright Spots in Human Resources Management (HRM)/Leadership Development in the Caribbean. The winning entries were:

  • The Immigration and Passport Department, Grenada
  • The Effective Principals’ Training Programme, Jamaica
  • The Professional Development Programme for Returning National Scholars – Trinidad and Tobago

Those bright spots, which were presented at CLP’s third Leadership Symposium are now being developed as case studies and will be used as teaching tools in the Leadership Development Programme.

In addition, the CLP also commissioned three (3) research papers, the outputs of which are currently being utilized by our first Action Research Round Table (ARRT) team to address the topic: Governance at the Core. The ARRT approach to research focuses on diversity and dialogue. The ARRT on Governance at the Core brings together regional and Canadian experts, current and former public servants, political and non-political actors, academia, union, management, learning specialists, and journalist.

The draft findings of the ARRT team will be presented at the CLP’s 4th Leadership symposium in May 2016.