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CLP Connect December 2014 (Volume 2, Issue 4)

December 30 2014 - by

The Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) is pleased to share with you the fourth issue of CLP Connect for 2014! In this issue you will: find a Project Update; learn about the progress of the OECS in facilitating regional integration, find out more about the Caribbean Centre for Leadership Excellence and watch, listen and read riveting testimonials about the impact of the CLP's 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 - A Season of Transitions


It is with a degree of nostalgia that we report on the past three months. This is primarily due to the conclusion of the face-to-face modules in the third and final cohort of Level 1 leaders. As the sun sets on 2014, CLP would have completed the design and delivery of our experiential Leadership Development Programme (LDP) to a total of seventy-two Caribbean public sector leaders who trusted us to take them on a journey of growth, development and discovery. Click here to read more>>


 

The Caribbean Centre for Leadership Excellence

The Caribbean Leadership Project convened a Forum on Developing Leaders and Sustainable Leadership on December 5, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. The Hon. Carolyn Seepersad-Bachan, Minister of Public Administration, Government of Trinidad and Tobago, was CLP's special guest speaker during the Forum. Click here to read excerpts from Minister Seepersad-Bachan's speech>>




 

The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States - Thirty-three Years Later

In this final piece, there is much to celebrate. Even on the cusp of the upcoming 34th Anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Basseterre, all 7 Protocol Member States have passed legislation confirming the free movement of OECS Nationals within the single economic space. In addition to the passport, (the traditional form of identification), OECS Nationals can now use other forms of Identification like a valid driver's license to travel.  Click here to read more >>






 

Take Our Survey!

We would like your feedback on the Caribbean Leadership Project's website. Please click here to take a few moments to complete this online survey by Friday, January 16, 2015. The survey should take less than five (5) minutes to complete. Your comments and suggestions will help us to serve you better. Thank you!







 

LDP Testimonials 

The Caribbean Leadership Project launched the third cohort of its Leadership Development Programme (LDP) in June 2014. This follows two previous cohorts that each comprised 24 Permanent Secretaries and officers of equivalent rank from 12 CARICOM countries and key regional organisations. Please click here to watch, listen and read testimonials from LDP participants who were part of the all three cohorts.