Word to governor
A CABINET MINISTER says that while the Central Bank governor can choose his own communication style, he has to be mindful of the impact that style may have on those he serves and leads.
Contacted yesterday for a response to the Central Bank’s head Dr DeLisle Worrell’s decision to hold discussions with select personalities rather than an open news conference, Minister of Industry and International Business Donville Inniss told the DAILY NATION that top officials of the state had to be watchful of their approaches.
“Whether I approve of the governor of the Central Bank of Barbados’ communication strategy and style is immaterial. Each governor, like each prime minister or minister, is entitled to develop and maintain their style of leadership. However, they must all be aware of how their styles are perceived by citizens and the likely positive or negative impact their styles may have on those they serve and . . . lead,” Inniss said.
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