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The Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) is pleased to share with you the second issue of CLP Connect for 2014! In this issue you will: find a Project Update; take a closer look at CARICOM's priority to maximise economic growth; find out details about CLP's upcoming Webinar on Leadership Challenges Associated with the Management of a Financial Crisis, as well as, MIND's Public Sector Leadership Development Conference which will be held in a few weeks; learn about some of the achievements of the OECS - 33 years after the signing of the Treaty of Basseterre; discover leadership Bright Spots in Grenada; gain insight from political trailblazer Mrs. Joan Purcell - former Member of Parliament in the Government of Grenada; and hear testimonials 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!
The roster of LDP alumni doubled during the past quarter as the second cohort (fondly known as the Historic Exceptional Cohort 2 or HEC2) joined their colleagues from Cohort 1 to swell the ranks of alumni to forty-eight. Several of the participants from the inaugural cohort travelled to Saint Lucia for the leadership symposium which was followed by a strategic planning session for the nascent Caribbean Leadership Network. At the conclusion of the session, a number of the HEC2 participants were joined by their colleagues from Cohort 1 to form an expanded interim steering committee tasked with finalizing the Network's vision, mission and initial work plan. From Saint Lucia it was on to Grenada to launch Cohort 3 of the LDP. Click here to read more >>
The CARICOM Heads of Government in addressing economic growth at their 34th Regular Meeting in Trinidad and Tobago in 2013, agreed to deepen the regional framework for growth and development through the pursuit of a development strategy which engenders inclusiveness of all stakeholders which would lift the knowledge base, and innovative and entrepreneurial capacity of CARICOM nationals to engage in competitive, higher value-added economic activities. Towards this end, they mandated that a Commission on the Economy is established, and it is advanced in the work of compiling specific recommendations to address the economic challenges facing the Community. Click here to read more >>
Join the Caribbean Leadership Project's special guest speakers: Dr. DeLisle Worrell, Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados and Dr. Justin Robinson, Dean of the Department of Management Studies, UWI, Cave Hill Campus as they present on this topic and the implications for leaders in various government ministries and regional institutions. Click here to read more >>
The Management Institute for National Development (MIND), Jamaica in collaboration with the Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) and other regional and international partners, will convene a Public Sector Leadership Development Conference from July 9th-10th, 2014 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. The conference which targets public and private sector executives from the region, will be held under the theme: Thought Leadership - Creative MINDs: Enabling Innovations, Transforming Organisations. Click here to read more >>
Thirty-three (33) years after the signing of the Treaty of Basseterre establishing The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), the Organisation reflects on its achievements in a series of articles of which this is part one. On June 18th, 2010, The Revised Treaty of Basseterre establishing the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Economic Union was signed. This came into force on January 11th, 2011, and was touted as a serious and significant way forward in the realisation of regional integration. The OECS Economic Union was described as a most ambitious endeavour embarked upon, since the dawn of the twenty-first century among Eastern Caribbean States. Click here to read more >>
In this issue of CLP Connect, we speak with Grenadian national, Mrs. Joan Purcell, who served as a Cabinet Minister in the Interim Government of Grenada, from 1983 - 1984. Mrs. Purcell continued in public office as an elected Member of Parliament from 1990 - 1999. She also served as the President of the Senate of the Parliament of Grenada from 2008- 2013. Mrs. Purcell has done significant work in promoting the rights and responsibilities of women, children and youth and is committed to nation building, people development and transformational leadership. She is a strong proponent of a biblical worldview and seeks to live out her Christian faith in service to her country. Below is our conversation with this trailblazer in the Caribbean political arena. Click here to read more >>
As part of its Leadership Development Programme (LDP), the Caribbean Leadership Project is committed to examine "bright spots" - areas of leadership and public sector management that are working extremely well in the Region. In this regard, during Cohort 3's first module that was held in Grenada, LDP participants visited local organisations which have successfully demonstrated effective leadership in complex settings. One such organisation was the Grenada's Passport & Immigration Office. In this issue of CLP Connect we explore why this organisation is indeed a leadership bright spot.Click here to read more >>
The Caribbean Leadership Project completed the fifth and final module for Cohort 2 of its Leadership Development Programme (LDP) at the Bay Gardens Hotel in Saint Lucia, May 2014. This follows four other modules of the LDP which were held in Barbados, St. Kitts and Nevis, Belize and Canada, respectively, beginning October 2013. It also precedes the third Cohort of the LDP which began in June in Grenada. Please click here to read testimonials from two participants from the Historic Exceptional Cohort 2.
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