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Most things in life happen outside of our control. However, we can learn to control the way we respond. In fact, it is possible for us to control and change the way we think, act and feel at any given time, thereby, building resilience and enhancing our personal and professional well-being and leadership performance. This is the focus of the Caribbean Leadership Project’s (CLP) fifth and final Leadership Symposium, which will be held from June 28th - 29th, 2018 at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica.

Join CLP’s special guest facilitator, University of Ottawa Adjunct Professor, Dr. Wayne Corneil, for a highly impactful and interactive session that will offer practical skills, strategies and insights to build leadership resilience. Dr. Corneil is an expert in change management, crisis leadership, and individual and organizational resilience. This one-day workshop offers participants practical techniques and approaches to increase mental toughness, respond to stressful events and thrive in the face of adversity. Participants will also learn about the most up-to-date organizational resilience initiatives, and how they may be able to use these as leaders in their organizations.

In addition to this, we invite you to participate in the discourse on the enabling environment for leadership development; revitalising the Caribbean with Action Learning; and the way forward for leadership development in the Region. Be prepared to be stretched into new ways of thinking and being! Register today!

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The Jamaica Pegasus Hotel
81 Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston 5, New Kingston, Jamaica