Overcoming the Implementation Deficit: From Planning to Performance, at Hilton Barbados

On September 21st and 22nd, 2015 a number of local and regional members of the Public Sector will be attending the first annual Public Sector Conference, hosted by The Cave Hill School of Business/ The University of the West Indies (CHSB/UWI), in association with the Commonwealth Association of Public Administration and Management (CAPAM), Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP), and the Management Institute for National Development (MIND). Entitled Overcoming the Implementation Deficit: From Planning to Performance. This highly anticipated two-day event will take place at Hilton Barbados, Needham’s Point.

The diverse experiences and professional backgrounds of those attending the Conference will serve to enhance this forum by creating unique networking opportunities. According to Dr Jeannine Comma - CEO, CHSB/UWI, this Public Sector Leadership Conference was conceptualized based on the premise that "there is a need for the knowledge, awareness, ability and business acumen of workers within the public sector to be fully applied and optimized." It is expected that the discussions and the lessons learned can result in immediate application of knowledge into practice.

The diverse experiences and professional backgrounds of those attending the Conference will serve to enhance this forum by creating unique networking opportunities. According to Dr Jeannine Comma – CEO, CHSB/UWI, this Public Sector Leadership Conference was conceptualized based on the premise that “there is a need for the knowledge, awareness, ability and business acumen of workers within the public sector to be fully applied and optimized.” It is expected that the discussions and the lessons learned can result in immediate application of knowledge into practice.

The distinguished list of featured speakers include: Christopher Sinckler – Minister of Finance, Barbados; Philip J. Pierre, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Infrastructure, Port Services and Transport, St. Lucia; Mia Amor Mottley – Leader of the Opposition, Barbados; Ms Gay Hamilton – Executive Director and CEO, CAPAM; Dr Alex MacDonald – Vice President, Programs and Chief Learning Officer at Holland College, Prince Edward Island; Dr Kenroy Wedderburn – Chief Executive Officer, Firearm Licensing Authority, Jamaica and Professor Avinash Persaud – Nonresident Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics among others.

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