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The CLP is pleased to share with you the second issue of our quarterly e-newsletter, with its new name – CLP Connect! In this issue you will find a Project Update, meet the winner of our “Name the CLP Newsletter and Win Competition”, see how CLP is building capacity in learning institutions, discover leadership “bright spots” in the Region, gain insight from one of the Region's most prominent public service leaders, 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 email@example.com. Enjoy!
We are pleased to report that since the launch of the Caribbean Leadership Project’s (CLP) inaugural Leadership Development Programme (LDP) cohort at the Cave Hill School of Business in January, the Project seems to have captivated the hearts and minds of key decision-makers. This augurs well for the realization of the Project’s vision for “a dynamic, integrated, renewable community of adaptive leaders transforming the regional public sector into one that instils trust and confidence”. Read More>>
It is finally time to announce the winner of the Name the CLP Newsletter & Win Competition! Congratulations to Ms. Everly Monero from Saint Lucia! Everly’s newsletter name submission-CLP Connect, was chosen by CLP’s Selection Panel after careful deliberation. In addition to the awesome bragging rights, Everly has won an Amazon Gift Certificate worth US$100.00, an autographed copy of A New Synthesis of Public Administration: Serving in the 21st Century by Jocelyne Bourgon, as well as, an autographed copy of Ask, Seek, Knock by Dr. Marcus M. Mottley! Read More >>
During the second module of the LDP that was held in Antigua and Barbuda (March 4th - 8th), Cohort 1 participants visited local organisations which have successfully demonstrated effective leadership in complex settings. In this issue of CLP Connect we take a closer look at the Princess Margaret School Farm Project. We consider this project to be an excellent example of adaptive leadership in a complex, multi-stakeholder environment.Read More >>
In July, CLP will head to Jamaica for the final module of the historic first cohort of its Leadership Development Programme (LDP). While in Jamaica, the Project’s Steering Committee will be meeting to review our performance over the past year and to approve the work plan for 2013/14. As a result, the Project Team has been in a somewhat reflective mood. One of the things that we have been reflecting upon is the extent to which we have delivered on our mandate to help build leadership capacity in the learning institutions in the participating countries. It is in that context that we turned to Ann-Marie Smith. Read More >>
During the third module of the Leadership Development Programme that was held in Trinidad and Tobago (April 22nd - 26th), Cohort 1 participants visited local organisations which have successfully demonstrated effective leadership in complex settings. In this issue of CLP Connect we take a closer look at the Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago’s experience in designing and delivering services which are sensitive to the public and their various stakeholders. Read more >>
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 each issue of CLP Connect. In this issue, we speak with Dr. The Hon. Carlton Earl Davis, former Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Jamaica Civil Service. Read more >>
The Caribbean Leadership Project convened the first module of its six - month Leadership Development Programme (LDP) in January and is getting ready to convene the final module which will take place in Jamaica, July 22nd-25th, 2013. Click here to read testimonials from two LDP participants who are in the first histortic cohort of the Programme. Read more >> Please note the a Call for Applications has been issued for the second cohort of the LDP. For further information, please click here for details.
Throughout the lifecycle of the CLP, gender equality, environmental sustainability and good governance will be addressed as cross-cutting issues. In this regard, we would like to share with you a Father’s Day Message from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) made by Julian Fantino, Minister of International Cooperation. Read more >>
Throughout the lifecycle of the CLP, gender equality, environmental sustainability and good governance will be addressed as cross-cutting issues. In this article we examine why gender is an issue for public sector leaders. Read more >>
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