Updated: August 29, 2022 10:15
Future leaders: Education Minister Diallo Rabain and Civil Service Chief Derrick Binns are flanked by civil service leadership students (Photograph provided)
Two civil servants have taken a leadership development course, while 16 other civil servants are following the programme.
According to a government spokeswoman, the aim of the course is “to ensure that there is a cadre of suitably trained Bermudians available within the service to compete for senior civil service positions as they become available. available”.
The two recent graduates of the program are Pandora Glasford, Director of Financial Aid, and Gladwina O’Mara, Deputy Official Receiver to the Registrar of Companies.
The spokesperson added, “Participants were involved in a variety of developmental activities beyond coursework, including acting opportunities, reassignments, project exposure, and job shadowing. at work to ensure that the theories learned are applied.”
Derrick Binns, the head of the civil service, applauded the graduates and said, “Each of you has demonstrated that you are now ready for the next level of leadership. Thank you all for your participation in the program and especially for your desire to be considered for greater responsibilities within the public service.
Diallo Rabain, the Minister of Education, added: “It is a pleasure to celebrate the graduates of the leadership development program.
“I want to congratulate all of the graduates for the outstanding work they do every day for the people of Bermuda, and congratulate them once again on this milestone achievement in their careers.”
*This story was updated after incorrect information was provided to us.