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Gov. Abet on Managing Change: the Bataan Approach

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  • Aida R. R.
  • 5 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataan – In line with its vision to be globally competitive as a Center for Excellence for Strategic Human Resource and Organization Development (HR/OD), the Civil Service Commission (CSC) through the CSI conducts the CSI Leadership Series every quarter of each year.

Participated in by over 200 executives/managers from the public sector, said event is anchored on the theme, “Leading Smart Organizations” focused on the concept of “Smart Cities” which harnesses technology to enable meaningful and fulfilling lives of all stakeholders of the concerned local government unit.

Widely acknowledged as a champion and advocate of smart cities and organizations, Governor Albert S. Garcia has once again been invited by the Civil Service Institute (CSI) to share his rich and valuable insights, concepts and best practices during the 3rdQuarter conduct of the CSI Leadership series today, September 6 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ortigas Center, Quezon City.

Gov. Abet’s talk zeroed-in on “Managing Change: the Bataan Approach”. Highlighted in the session is how said concepts and practices are applied in their respective institutions.

The program is a one (1) day learning and networking event designed to inspire government executives, managers, and division chiefs to think about successful leadership. It likewise promotes the ideals and best practices from stories of successful leaders or individuals who made the impact in their respective organizations or constitutents.

Joining Gov. Abet are Mr. Charles Ham, HOPE Worldwide Global Disaster Response Coordinator; USec. Lilia Guillermo, Department of Budget and Management; Ms. Armie Jarin-Bennett, President of Nine Media Corporation, CNN Philippines; Director Ma.Luisa Agamata, CSC Public Assistance and Information Office; Exec. Director Arthur Luis Florentin of CSI and Ms. Alicia Bala, Chairperson, CSC.

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