09 Jun 2018 | NCC Staff
The Administrators of the North Caribbean Conference (NCC) re-emphasized their vision that
The University of the Southern Caribbean (USC) provided two resource-rich and dynamic presenters for the in-depth training:
The Executive Secretary and Human Resources Director of the NCC, Pastor Wilmoth James, agreed that there is a need to address worker satisfaction and productivity at all levels of the NCC: “We see this as our way of engaging the skills and energies of our workers in order to help fulfil the Mission of the Church. We will continue to put a premium on this effort moving forward. Workers are now poised to better embrace the transformation that we speak about. Already, attendees have begun to exhibit and demonstrate lots of the things learnt at the workshop. We have received feedback from the field about noticeable changes in operations and management relations. It is our plan to make it an annual event for workers in the NCC.”
“We know that people don’t change easily,” said President James. “We have to put our heads to the process and seek to affect positive relations. God is the perfect individual to model the change we desire and under his guidance, we will move forward. We will look at all areas of our Conference and in an effort to model the Vision of the Administration we will keep working at it. Pastor James thanked the staff and presenters for their time and commitment to the work. He reiterated that it would be fatal if we allow such information to become dormant in us, “We challenge your dreams and embark on the road to excellence. Please come with us.” As the Administrators look toward the 2019 staff development workshop, plans are already being made to include other islands of the conference.