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A Conversation with Kristine Thompson on Personal Branding and the Power of Cheese

Success arises when opportunity meets preparation, and for Kristine Thompson, being a good parent and becoming the business owner of the Chuck E Cheese’s franchise in Trinidad, this was an opportunity in her continued path to being a great parent. Her natural business sense and past experience in the corporate industry allowed her to integrate […]

A Partnership With Choice Business Solution Was A Natural Decision – Stewart

A Partnership With Choice Business Solution Was A Natural Decision – Stewart

Two of Jamaica’s most enterprising and entrepreneurial females, sharing a similar vision and mission, have agreed to partner to provide better care to Jamaicans. Angels4U Homecare Limited Founded three years ago by Managing Director Jacqueline Stewart and Choice Business Solutions headed by Janet Smythe-Currie have formalised their partnership agreement which is expected to result in […]

A Conversation with Kristine Thompson on Personal Branding and the Power of Cheese

How Nadeen Matthews Is Learning From Disappointment and Why Other Women Can

Nadeen Matthews, Chief Digital and Marketing Officer, NCB Group was the only Caribbean national named among the Young Global Leaders Class of 2017. Nadeen is the youngest female executive at the largest financial services institution and publicly traded corporation in Jamaica – the National Commercial Bank. The company also has business in Trinidad & Tobago, […]

A Conversation with Kristine Thompson on Personal Branding and the Power of Cheese

Time for a ROWE; a Results-Only Work Environment

“Most of us believe that the best way to motivate ourselves and others is with external rewards like money, the carrot-and-stick approach. That’s a mistake. The secret to high performance and satisfaction, at work, at school, and at home, is the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things, and to do better by ourselves and our world.”

How To Define The Standards of Your Services

Stories of Inspiration: Retired ICAJ Member, Mrs. Patricia Reid-Waugh Shares Her Life’s Journey

ICAJ congratulates its retired member, the multitalented and multifaceted, Mrs. Patricia Reid-Waugh, on her most recent successes in the literary arts. Her performance of Miss Lou’s ‘Dry Foot Bwoy’ and her own poem ‘Me An Me Jacob’ earned her a Gold Medal in the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s (JCDC) Speech Competition (Jamaican Language Poetry) in […]

A Conversation with Kristine Thompson on Personal Branding and the Power of Cheese

Caribbean Development Bank Recognises Trinidad and Tobago’s Potential For Transformative Economic And Social Development. – Patricia McKenzie

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), has formally launched a country strategy for Trinidad and Tobago, which proposes financial support of US$436.7 million for the period 2017 to 2021. CDB’s Vice President of Operations, Patricia McKenzie says the Bank recognises Trinidad and Tobago’s potential for transformative economic and social development. She says the programme has been […]

A Conversation with Kristine Thompson on Personal Branding and the Power of Cheese

Signing of UN Women – Private Sector Partnership in support of Women’s Economic Empowerment.

UN Women, the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) and several leading private sector CEOs will this morning come together to sign a UN Women – Private Sector Partnership in support of Women’s Economic Empowerment. According to UN Women National Programme Coordinator Taitu Heron, in honor of yesterday’s International Women’s day celebrations, the United Nations Entity for […]

Standard Poor’s Downgrades Barbados For The Second Time In Six Months

Who makes better leaders Men or Women?

Organizational performance and leadership excellence are intimately connected, and whether male or female, if as a leader you are attempting to guide an organization using outdated strategies coupled with old world attitudes, competitive edge will be lost, while harnessing and maintaining your talent pool will be challenging.

A Conversation with Kristine Thompson on Personal Branding and the Power of Cheese