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EEP is well under way – Deputy Governor reports

Deputy Governor Lindell Simpson

The Empowerment for Excellence Program (EEP) perhaps the one thing Governor Carriere will hope to see is already bearing fruit when she departs Montserrat’s shores by January next year, is reportedly well on its way.

Mrs Cheverlyn Williams-Kirnon, program manager reported that work had begun on the Cabinet sponsored program chaired jointly by Her Excellency 

In early July, Governor and Minister of Education, Health and Community Services Mrs. Delmaude Ryan.

Williams had advised, “We have established the public sector taskforce and they start ed working from the 1st March and we are now in to three months completed of the program… and we are just

 about completing what the actions and the tasks are going to be….” She also informed then, “we have also set up the private sector advisory committee and that has been started and established from the 7th June.”

Her Excellency Governor Carriere

During this week a release out of the Deputy Governor’s office informing on the progress of the program scheduled to run for eighteen (18) months, 

Minister of Education, Health and Community Services Mrs. Delmaude Ryan.

reported: “Private Sector Advisory Committee (PSAC) now in place to strengthen the implementation of the Government’s EEP HR Transformation Programme.

The release stated that the PSAC is ‘now in place’ and stated its aim. “The aim of the Advisory Committee is to advise the Cabinet Committee for Empowering Excellence (CCEE) on several matters namely the private sector perspective on issues critical to human resource transformation, the delivery standards and mechanisms to improve customer satisfaction and service delivery to the public and its role in supporting public sector efforts towards the provision of excellent services.”

It said that some key areas of improvement the Committee would like to see to ensure excellent public service delivery and an empowered public service, “include courtesy/civility, attitude, leadership and management, efficiency of service, productivity and more effective communication.” 

Mrs Cheverlyn Williams-Kirnon

The release also informed that the eleven-member PSAC, held its first meeting in May and has since been holding regular meetings, “to discuss and collaborate on processes and instruments to ensure relevant and important feedback can be provided to the CCEE regarding the EEP through HR Transformation.”

The eleven (11) member Committee is drawn from the Labour Organization; Financial and Banking Sector, Montserrat Bar Association; the Youth Ambassadors; the Montserrat Christian Council; the Rotary Club of Montserrat, Journalism and Media Sector; Chamber of Industry & Commerce and Small Business Association and the Montserrat Legislative Assembly. 

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Deputy Governor Lindell Simpson

The Empowerment for Excellence Program (EEP) perhaps the one thing Governor Carriere will hope to see is already bearing fruit when she departs Montserrat’s shores by January next year, is reportedly well on its way.

Mrs Cheverlyn Williams-Kirnon, program manager reported that work had begun on the Cabinet sponsored program chaired jointly by Her Excellency 

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In early July, Governor and Minister of Education, Health and Community Services Mrs. Delmaude Ryan.

Williams had advised, “We have established the public sector taskforce and they start ed working from the 1st March and we are now in to three months completed of the program… and we are just

 about completing what the actions and the tasks are going to be….” She also informed then, “we have also set up the private sector advisory committee and that has been started and established from the 7th June.”

Her Excellency Governor Carriere

During this week a release out of the Deputy Governor’s office informing on the progress of the program scheduled to run for eighteen (18) months, 

Minister of Education, Health and Community Services Mrs. Delmaude Ryan.

reported: “Private Sector Advisory Committee (PSAC) now in place to strengthen the implementation of the Government’s EEP HR Transformation Programme.

The release stated that the PSAC is ‘now in place’ and stated its aim. “The aim of the Advisory Committee is to advise the Cabinet Committee for Empowering Excellence (CCEE) on several matters namely the private sector perspective on issues critical to human resource transformation, the delivery standards and mechanisms to improve customer satisfaction and service delivery to the public and its role in supporting public sector efforts towards the provision of excellent services.”

It said that some key areas of improvement the Committee would like to see to ensure excellent public service delivery and an empowered public service, “include courtesy/civility, attitude, leadership and management, efficiency of service, productivity and more effective communication.” 

Mrs Cheverlyn Williams-Kirnon

The release also informed that the eleven-member PSAC, held its first meeting in May and has since been holding regular meetings, “to discuss and collaborate on processes and instruments to ensure relevant and important feedback can be provided to the CCEE regarding the EEP through HR Transformation.”

The eleven (11) member Committee is drawn from the Labour Organization; Financial and Banking Sector, Montserrat Bar Association; the Youth Ambassadors; the Montserrat Christian Council; the Rotary Club of Montserrat, Journalism and Media Sector; Chamber of Industry & Commerce and Small Business Association and the Montserrat Legislative Assembly.