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The Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) is pleased to share with you the first issue of CLP Connect for 2014! In this issue you will find a Project Update, see how the CLP is promoting regional integration and human resource development, find out details about CLP's upcoming Leadership Symposium, learn about the launch of the Caribbean Leadership Network, discover leadership Bright Spots in Belize, gain insight from the remarkable Sir K. Dwight Venner, Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, as well as, 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 first quarter of 2014 witnessed a frenetic pace of activities as Cohort 2 participants travelled to Central America and North America for their third and fourth modules, respectively. Even as the group now known as the Historic, Exceptional Cohort 2 explored Belize's unique model of utilising contracted Chief Executive Officers (CEOS) to manage ministries and the efficacy of the CEO Caucus which is chaired by Cohort 1 Alumnae Audrey Wallace, the Call for Applications for Cohort 3 was issued. This is particularly noteworthy since it will be the final cohort which targets Permanent Secretaries and officers of equivalent rank. The new cohort will be launched in Grenada on June 16th, and the deadline for submission of applications is April 4th. Click here to read more >>
The Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) presents its second Leadership Symposium from April 30th - May 2nd, 2014 at the Bay Gardens Hotel in Castries, Saint Lucia. The Symposium which focuses on Complexity and Change will feature presentations on: complex regional issues, research findings on the public sectors in the region and an interactive session with the CLP's very special guest speaker, Harvard Professor Dr. Robert Kegan. For a preview of what Dr. Kegan will be sharing with us in Saint Lucia, please click here. Remember, the registration deadline is on April 11th, 2014. If you have not yet registered, please click here to do so now! Space is limited and we do not want you to miss out on what promises to be an enriching and invaluable experience! Click here to read more >>
To be able to lead tomorrow, one has to learn today. Recognising this fact, the Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP), in collaboration with the Management Institute for National Development (MIND) and the Cave Hill School of Business/The University of the West Indies (CHSB/UWI), recently delivered a workshop on: Adult Learning in the Public Service Workplace. The five-day workshop was delivered across two cohorts: one in Jamaica at the MIND Kingston Campus (February 10th – 14th, 2014) and the other in Barbados at CHSB/UWI Campus (March 17th – 21st, 2014). Click here to read more >>
In this issue of CLP Connect, we speak with Sir K. Dwight Venner, Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB). Sir Dwight has held this position since December 1989. Prior to that, he served in the position of Director of Finance and Planning in the Saint Lucian Government between November 1981 and November 1989. Sir Dwight is an Economist by training and has written and published extensively in the areas of Monetary and International Economics, Central Banking, Public Finance, Economic Development, Political Economy and International Economic Relations. Below are excerpts from an in-depth interview with this remarkable leader. You may read the full interview in a special edition of CLP Connect that will be launched at the 2nd CLP Leadership Symposium in Saint Lucia, April 30th- May 2nd.Click here to read more >>
On May 2nd, 2014, during the 2nd CLP Leadership Symposium that will be held at the Bay Gardens Hotel in Saint Lucia, the Cohort 1 Alumni from CLP's Leadership Development Programme (LDP) will launch the Caribbean Leadership Network (CLN). Birthed from their participation in the historic first cohort of the LDP, the participants from Cohort 1 made a commitment to ensure that as many Caribbean Public Service leaders as possible benefit from their CLP experience and learnings. Click here to read more >>
During the third module of the CLP's Leadership Development Programme that was held in Belize in January, Cohort 2 participants discovered the significant impact the National Youth Apprenticeship Program has had on the reduction of crime in that country, through its focus on the on the development, education and employment of at-risk youth. Since its establishment in 2010 under the administration of the Honourable Patrick Faber, Minister of Education, Youth and Sports (Government of Belize), hundreds of high school drop-outs and single mothers between the ages of 16 and 29 years have benefited from this programme which has facilitated their self-development outside of a classroom setting, making them competitive and marketable on the job market. Click here to read more >>
During the third module of the Leadership Development Programme that was held in Belize (January 20th-24th), Cohort 2 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 CISCO Construction, specifically, their Civic Centre Dismantling Project which is an outstanding example of a CLP "Bright Spot". Click here to read more >>
The Caribbean Leadership Project will successfully complete 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 is scheduled to begin in June 2014 in Grenada. Please click on here to read testimonials from four participants from the Historic Exceptional Cohort 2.
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