first_imgNewly certificated leaders at a recent PLI seminar in Monrovia (June 2019) Restoration Educational Advancement Program (REAP) in partnership with Pointman Leadership Institute (PLI), said they will hold a 2-day leadership seminar to enrich leaders from diverse sectors to foster leadership development, character building and good governance in their organizations, a release has said.According to the release, the seminar is scheduled to take place October 22-25, 2019 in the Joint Chambers of the Senate on Capitol Hill, Monrovia, focusing on Inspirational Trustworthy Leadership (The power of Character), and Responsible Leadership Ethics (Preventing Corruption).In Liberia, REAP/PLI have facilitated over 30 Anti-corruption and Ethics in Management Leadership seminars, and has impacted a cross section of over 5,000 participants within the judiciary, legislature and executive branches of government, as well as managers, professors, church leaders and others.REAP Founder, Mrs. Christine Tolbert Norman, said the goal of the seminar is to enhance participants’ leadership skills; develop moral standards that would help them in public and private sectors management; develop creativity, loyalty and initiative in followers; implement lifetime character development; and provide encouragement and motivation to the participants to infuse a high level of ethics into their areas of work.REAP/PLI began presenting seminars in Liberia since April 2005 with different service groups in and around the 15 counties.PLI is an international consortium of educators and former CEOs committed to providing training that will help leaders develop policies, strategies and attitudes needed for more dynamic leadership, and efficient organization.  PLI has presented seminars in over 60 countries to over 555,000 leaders worldwide.REAP is a humanitarian, educational and non-profit organization with the mission of enhancing leadership at all levels, supporting women and youth empowerment, and strengthening community development initiatives for growth and a better society.PLI African regional director from South Africa, Quintus Smith, will lead some of the sessions during the seminar with the help of other licensed Liberians, including Mrs. Norman, Cllr. Abla G. Williams, Reverend Augustine Dorbor and Professor Kebbie Kortue.At the end of the seminar, each participant will receive separate certificates for each of the courses, books and a PLI identity pin.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

first_imgA doctor attached to the Suddie Public Hospital has been hospitalised after he was reportedly stuck down along the Mainstay Public Road, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), by a colleague from the same medical institution.Dr Tameshwar Karran was allegedly struck by Dr Magdalena Clay and suffered multiple injuries about the body. Reports are Dr Karran of Richmond Village was immediately transported to the Georgetown Public Hospital, having received multiple fractures about his body. According to information reaching Guyana Times, the accident between the two doctors occurred at about 08:00h.Reports indicate Dr Karran was riding his motorcycle while Dr Clay was driving a SUV heading in the southern direction. Eyewitnesses said the collision between Clay and Karran caused the latter to fall from his motorcycle. It was further reported that Clay then allegedly drove away. The force of the impact reportedly threw Karran several feet into the air before he landed on the road way.Another resident recalled that he heard a loud impact and several residents rushed to investigate. The man said that they then discovered Dr Karran lying helplessly in pain on the road. He was then rushed to the Suddie Public Hospital by a public spirited citizen and later transported to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he remains a patient.The matter was reported to the Anna Regina Police Station and Dr Clay was arrested and later released on station bail. Investigations are continuing.last_img read more