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EEP celebrate half-way success at an Open House

The Empowering Excellence Program boasted its self-proclaimed progress at an Open House on Thursday, November 9, 2017 hosted by Her Excellency Elizabeth Carriere.

The occasion to celebrate nine months into the conduct of the program commemorating the program aimed to transform human resource management within the public service, while at the same time allowing public servants to be involved in planning the reform process.

In the six-month report, project manager, Cheverlyn Williams-Kirnon highlighted the accomplishments of the program to date. Now she boasted, “Over the past nine months we have worked tirelessly. Sometimes we don’t even want to go home from the meetings how we are so passionate, and in to the discussion. We have work tirelessly to provide an all-inclusive collaborative engaging approach in order to implement this HR transformation initiative.”

Continuing her report to the guests, most of whom have been serving on the task force (Public and Private sector, she said. “Many discussions much brainstorming, listening, laughing learning, presenting, in order to prepare and establish an E.E.P plan of action – a communication strategy; both documents have been approved by cabinet. And so we are forging along, committed to our task, delivering on behalf of the government of Montserrat. Building the capacity of our public officers empowering the public officers to provide excellent service.

“We are committed to making a difference individually and together, so that productivity and performance and development can be achieved in our little Montserrat. Together we can and will empower each other to provide excellent service.”

Deputy Governor Simpson took turn to speak and expressing her satisfaction with the work done with the EEP team. “Excellence is something that we have to live every day,” she said.

“Excellence is something we have to model in our daily lives, we do not leave our excellent caps at home and we come to work, we do not leave it when we leave work; it’s an attitude. It’s a way of being, and I see it in the task force members and slowly it will catch on,” she continued, “And I am really, really pleased to be associated with this,” she beamed.

Governor Carriere who had opened the night with brief remarks, followed the Deputy Premiere and co-chair of the program, Mrs. Delmaude Ryan.

Program manager Williams-Kirnon chaired the evening’s proceedings soon introduced the Public Sector Force (PSTF and the Private Sector Advisory Committee (PSAC), after which there was a presentation of Certificates and Name Badges to the PSTF (Group 1) there being a Group 2.
A few members, from either sector were asked to give their opinion and feedback of their experience of the program that is set to last 18 months. Denise Silcott remarked how pleasing it was for her to be given the opportunity to be an initial member of the public sector task force while representing the Union of Teachers. “It was a pleasure actually finally being invited to have input in something that would benefit not just the usual persons but it would be inclusive of everybody,” she said. “I got an opportunity to meet with other public officers to work on things such as the communication strategy…” saying that she believed the results will be “indeed an excellent public sector…as as we seek to continue to develop our nation…”

Hylroy Bramble is a member of PSAC and he spoke glowingly of the program and of the program manager Mrs. Williams-Kirnon.

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The Empowering Excellence Program boasted its self-proclaimed progress at an Open House on Thursday, November 9, 2017 hosted by Her Excellency Elizabeth Carriere.

The occasion to celebrate nine months into the conduct of the program commemorating the program aimed to transform human resource management within the public service, while at the same time allowing public servants to be involved in planning the reform process.

In the six-month report, project manager, Cheverlyn Williams-Kirnon highlighted the accomplishments of the program to date. Now she boasted, “Over the past nine months we have worked tirelessly. Sometimes we don’t even want to go home from the meetings how we are so passionate, and in to the discussion. We have work tirelessly to provide an all-inclusive collaborative engaging approach in order to implement this HR transformation initiative.”

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Continuing her report to the guests, most of whom have been serving on the task force (Public and Private sector, she said. “Many discussions much brainstorming, listening, laughing learning, presenting, in order to prepare and establish an E.E.P plan of action – a communication strategy; both documents have been approved by cabinet. And so we are forging along, committed to our task, delivering on behalf of the government of Montserrat. Building the capacity of our public officers empowering the public officers to provide excellent service.

“We are committed to making a difference individually and together, so that productivity and performance and development can be achieved in our little Montserrat. Together we can and will empower each other to provide excellent service.”

Deputy Governor Simpson took turn to speak and expressing her satisfaction with the work done with the EEP team. “Excellence is something that we have to live every day,” she said.

“Excellence is something we have to model in our daily lives, we do not leave our excellent caps at home and we come to work, we do not leave it when we leave work; it’s an attitude. It’s a way of being, and I see it in the task force members and slowly it will catch on,” she continued, “And I am really, really pleased to be associated with this,” she beamed.

Governor Carriere who had opened the night with brief remarks, followed the Deputy Premiere and co-chair of the program, Mrs. Delmaude Ryan.

Program manager Williams-Kirnon chaired the evening’s proceedings soon introduced the Public Sector Force (PSTF and the Private Sector Advisory Committee (PSAC), after which there was a presentation of Certificates and Name Badges to the PSTF (Group 1) there being a Group 2.
A few members, from either sector were asked to give their opinion and feedback of their experience of the program that is set to last 18 months. Denise Silcott remarked how pleasing it was for her to be given the opportunity to be an initial member of the public sector task force while representing the Union of Teachers. “It was a pleasure actually finally being invited to have input in something that would benefit not just the usual persons but it would be inclusive of everybody,” she said. “I got an opportunity to meet with other public officers to work on things such as the communication strategy…” saying that she believed the results will be “indeed an excellent public sector…as as we seek to continue to develop our nation…”

Hylroy Bramble is a member of PSAC and he spoke glowingly of the program and of the program manager Mrs. Williams-Kirnon.