Lyndon Rego was interviewed for the Jamaican Morning show on Kingston’s oldest radio station. Lyndon is in Jamaica for the 2014 Public Sector Leadership Conference. He is conducting sessions on Compassionate Leadership with Philomena Rego and an Innovation by Design
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DB_MdIDlWR0&w=420&h=315] Management Institute for National Development (MIND) hosted a 2 day Creative Leadership Conversations program for 26 public and social sector leaders on August 8-9, 2013 in Jamaica. CLC is designed to make coaching skills accessible and affordable to leaders.
By Philomena Rego The Management Institute for National Development (MIND) provides training for human resource excellence and is registered by the University Council of Jamaica. MIND is Jamaica’s main public sector management training organization and the range of courses are
By Philomena Rego Nelson Mandela stated that “You can’t change society unless you first change yourself.” Two Leadership Essentials program, conducted at MIND, Jamaica for representatives from the public and social sector, helped make this point. The participants were from
By Philomena Rego and TZiPi Radonsky CCL’s Leadership Beyond Boundaries effort took us to Kingston, Jamaica. We facilitated a two-day Leadership Essential program for a group of 28 participants from Management Institute for National Development (MIND) and three members from the Jamaican
“Today with Beverley Manley” Kingston, Jamaica Beverley Manley (www.beverleymanley.com) spoke recently with LBB’s Steadman Harrison and Professor John Adair http://www.johnadair.co.uk/ about Leadership and the importance of Effective Leadership for the future. The program aired live Thursday morning November 20 at