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CLP Connect December 2013 (Volume 1, Issue 4)

December 19 2013 - by

The CLP is pleased to share with you the fourth issue of our quarterly e-newsletter – CLP Connect! In this issue you will find a Project Update, learn about partnerships being formed under the CLP's Communities of Practice Pillar, review CARICOM Energy Week 2013, discover how the LDP alumni are sharing their experiences with their colleagues, explore the leadership journey of Mrs. Myrna Bernard from the CARICOM Secretariat, see examples of public service excellence in participating countries, as well as, hear from the participants in our Leadership Development Programme. We hope that you find this issue of CLP Connect useful and informative. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at info@caribbeanleadership.org. Enjoy!


Project Update, December 2013

As the sun begins to set on 2013, the team at the CLP Regional Project Office (RPO) can readily identify with the wisdom of the Ghanaian Sankofa. Visually and symbolically "Sankofa" is expressed as a mythic bird that flies forward while looking backward with an egg (symbolizing the future) in its mouth. So, even as we look towards 2014 with eager anticipation, we understand and appreciate the necessity of taking the time to reflect on the year gone by and the people and organizations that helped to get us to this point. -  Read More >>





Strategic Partnerships Support Meaningful Leadership Development in the Caribbean

The Cave Hill School of Business/The University of the West Indies (CHSB/UWI) in Barbados is proud to be the Regional Host Organisation and a partner of the Caribbean Leadership Project. Led by the CLP team, the Cave Hill School of Business has joined forces with the Management Institute for National Development (MIND) in Jamaica to design and deliver workshops for the Public Sector in the region.  Read More >>

 


CARICOM Energy Week 2013

CARICOM Energy Week 2013 (10th – 16th November) marked the third year that this annual regional event was held since it was mandated by the Ministers of Energy in 2011. CARICOM Energy Week (CEW) aims to build awareness of energy issues with a particular focus on renewable energy and energy efficiency and conservation. Since that decision, CARICOM Energy Week has featured prominently on the calendar of events for most CARICOM countries.  CEW 2013 was staged under the theme "A secure and Sustainable Energy Future Begins Now!" which aimed to highlight the urgency for action, and was marked by a wide range of energy awareness activities, in CARICOM Member States and at the Regional level. Read More >>

 


CLP Alumni Pay it Forward 

On November 14, 2013, an inaugural Leadership Development Seminar for permanent secretaries and other senior public sector officials, was convened at the Antigua and Barbuda Hospitality Institute. This high level, distinguished event was spearheaded by four Permanent Secretaries - Mr. Sean Cenac, Mr. Walter Cristopher, Ms. Sandra Joseph and Mrs. Zane Sharon Peters - who are four proud alumni of the historic first cohort of the Caribbean Leadership Project's Leadership Development Programme. Read More >>


Interview with Mrs. Myrna Bernard from the CARICOM Secretariat

The Caribbean is home to many distinguished leaders who are currently serving or have previously served in senior administrative or political positions in the public service. The CLP believes that there is merit in exploring the leadership journeys of these notable leaders since their insights and experiences are undoubtedly invaluable for the current and future generation of leaders in the public service. To this end, the CLP will interview some of the most prominent leaders in the Region and share their stories with you, in our newsletter.  In this issue, we speak with Mrs. Myrna Bernard, Director of the Directorate of Human and Social Development in the CARICOM Secretariat and member of CLP's Project Steering Committee. Below is our conversation with this admirable leader. Read more >>






Jamaica Cops EU Women Empowerment Award
Jamaica has been honoured by the European Union (EU) for its role in the empowerment of women, in particular for closing the gender gap in terms of women, who work in public administration. A beaming Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Portia Simpson Miller, accepted the award on behalf of Jamaica, during a high profile gala and awards dinner hosted on Wednesday, November 27, by the Women In Parliaments (WIP) Global Forum, at the Royal Museum Of Art and History in Brussels, Belgium. The award is given to a country that has achieved a remarkable level of representation by women in the legislature, as senior officials and managers. Read more >>








Multi-Stakeholder Consultation in Antigua and Barbuda

Governments in the Caribbean – and indeed throughout the world – are facing increasing demands from citizens desirous of playing a greater role in matters related to governance, planning and development. It is against this background that the Government of Antigua and Barbuda convened a pre-budget consultation on "The New Economy for Growth and Prosperity" on December 2nd, 2013 at the Sandals Grande Resort and Spa, St. John's. Read more >>




LDP Testimonials

The Caribbean Leadership Project has successfully completed the fifth and final module for Cohort 1 of its Leadership Development Programme (LDP) for public service leaders in the Region. It follows four other modules of the LDP which were held in Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda, Trinidad and Tobago, and Canada, respectively, beginning January 2013. It also precedes the second Cohort of the LDP which is scheduled to begin 21st October, 2013 at the Cave Hill School of Business/The University of the West Indies (CHSB/UWI) in Barbados which is the Regional Host Organisation for the Project.  Below are testimonials from four LDP participants who were part of the first historic cohort of the Programme. Read more >>