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This intensive training aims to equip participants with the tools they need to manage productivity effectively while instilling positivity and inspiring commitment from team members.

The content, tools, and techniques that will be tackled in this training series have been customized to address current challenges brought about by the pandemic, as well as the opportunities ushered in by technological advancements and digital transformation.

PREASSESSMENT: Profiles Competency Assessment

At the end of the camp, the participants will be able to

  1. understand their inherent roles and responsibilities as leaders,
  2. learn how to manage employee grievances,
  3. discover effective interventions for addressing performance concerns,
  4. appreciate the various ways to develop camaraderie among teams, and
  5. help develop team members for positions of higher responsibilities.

September 7, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Dr. Jocelyn Pick

Dr. Jocelyn Pick

This session will focus on the adjustments and preparations required of leaders as they transition to leadership roles.

This is especially relevant to leaders who are still trying to cope with leading colleagues who are working from home or in a skeleton workforce arrangement.

  1. Roles and Responsibilities of Supervisors and Managers
    • Self-Assessment: Leadership Styles
    • Inherent Accountabilities of Leaders
    • Levels of Leadership
      • Individual Contributor
      • Leading Others
      • Leading Leaders
      • Leading with a Vision
      • Transformational Leadership
  2. The Five Levels of Leadership
    • Transitioning to the Leadership Role
    • The Stages of Leadership
  3. Inherent Functions of Leaders
    • Planning for Effective Execution
    • Organizing Scarce Resources
    • Leading Others to Excel
    • Controlling Productivity Standards

September 8, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Ms. Abegail TongcoAbegail Pulma-Tongco, PhD

This session will focus on the adjustments and preparations required of leaders as they begin to adopt best practices in managing work with business sustainability in mind.

This will require embracing new mind-sets and attitudes toward digital tools and technologies.

Navigating the new normal would likewise require effectively managing generational diversity.

  1. Adapting Agile Work Practices
    • Best Practices in Managing Multiple Projects and Priorities
    • Productivity-Monitoring Tools
    • Executing Plans in Virtual Teams
  2. Required New Normal Competencies
    • Agility and Flexibility
    • Problem-Solving and Decision-Making
    • Fostering Creativity
    • Results-Orientation
    • Digital Literacy
  3. Managing Diversity
    • Differentiating Various Generational Cohorts
    • Appreciating Millennials’ Shared Experiences
    • Uncovering Gen Zs’ Prevailing Attitudes and Values
    • Harnessing Synergy from Diversity
  4. Managing Change
    • Helping Team Members Embrace Change
    • Managing Resistance to Change

September 14, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Ms. Donna LiburonMary Donnavel Libron-Buloron, RPm

This session will focus on the adjustments and preparations required of leaders as they hone and develop the skills and competencies of their staff.

This session also includes the leadership competencies leaders need to help team members excel in their roles.

Participants shall be introduced to the best practices for developing others to become future leaders.

  1. Delegating Responsibilities
    • Levels of Delegation
    • Delegation Checklist
    • Monitoring Progress
    • Responsibility vs. Accountability
  2. Managing Performance
    • Performance Planning
    • Performance Review and Feedback
    • Development Intervention
    • Rewards and Recognition
  3. Upskilling Workers
    • Identifying Training Needs
    • Reskilling and Upskilling Requirements
    • Trends in Sustaining Learning and Development
    • Encouraging Self-Paced Learning

September 15, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Ms. Ruby ManalacRuby Mañalac

This session will focus on the adjustments and preparations required of leaders as they strive to sustain the positivity and enthusiasm of team members despite the current challenges.

Since many employees now are working from home, the need to sustain their commitment to the tasks is essential for productivity.

Additionally, employees who are required to report to the office experience high levels of stress and anxiety with their fear of being exposed to getting sick.

This session will focus on equipping leaders with the tools to support employees through these tough times.

  1. Motivating Individuals
    • Needs and Expectations of Employees
    • Identifying the Drivers for Employee Motivation
    • Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation
  2. Understanding Employee Engagement
    • Employee Engagement vs. Job Satisfaction
    • Designing Jobs for Engagement
    • Recognizing the Drivers of Disengagement
    • Leaders’ Role in Sustaining Employee Engagement
  3. Sustaining Tenacity, Grit, and Optimism
    • Maintaining Mental Health and Well-Being
    • Essential Self-Care Practices and Habits
  4. Honing One’s Emotional Intelligence as a Leader
    • Self-Awareness
    • Emotion Regulation
    • Empathy
    • Relationship Management

September 21, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Kier BellezaKier Edison C. Belleza

This session will focus on the adjustments and preparations required of leaders to connect and communicate with a team effectively.

Since the quality of the leader-member relationship is defined by the quality of communications within the team, leaders need to know what, when, how, and why they should communicate with their teams.

  1. Effective Key Messaging
    • What Leaders Need to Communicate
    • Appropriate Modes of Communications
    • Dos and Don’ts in Effective Communications
  2. Understanding Effective Means to Communicate
    • Ways to Communicate Plans
    • Cascading Goals and Targets
    • Communicating a Vision
  3. Encouraging Healthy Conflict
    • Sustaining Open Communications
    • Facilitating Brainstorming Sessions to Encourage Openness
    • Facilitating Dialogues to Manage Conflict
  4. Managing Meetings Effectively
    • Preparing for a Meeting
    • Facilitating the Meeting
    • Closing the Meeting

September 22, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Dr. John KliatchkoDr. John Kliatchko, RPsy

This session will focus on the adjustments and preparations required of leaders to sustain collaboration within the team effectively.

It is the leader’s role to sustain healthy group dynamics to ensure that team members are effectively communicating and supporting each other to accomplish team goals.

When other employees work from home, it does not mean that collaboration stops. In fact, members need to exert more energy into communicating and connecting with each other to ensure alignment and focus.

  1. Managing a Strong Team
    • Team Development
    • Managing Differences in Working and Communication Styles
    • Leader’s Role in Sustaining Collaboration
  2. Sustaining Team Productivity
    • Four Dysfunctions of Teams
    • Techniques in Addressing Dysfunctional Interactions
    • Components Leading to Team Effectiveness
  3. Managing the Group Norms
    • Aligning the team to the Core Values of the Organization
    • Norm-Setting
    • Establishing Discipline within the Team

September 28, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Namnama P. Villarta-De Dios, MD, MSc, DPPSNamnama P. Villarta-De Dios, MD, MSc, DPPSNamnama P. Villarta-De Dios, MD, MSc, DPPS

This session will focus on the tools and techniques that leaders need to learn and utilize to help employees who are failing to meet performance standards.

It is the leader’s role to understand the causes of underperformance and to address the barriers to effective performance.

This is crucial in sustaining the productivity of the team and in establishing a supportive relationship with direct reports.

  1. Diagnosing Performance Gaps
    • Common Causes of Performance Gaps
    • Applying the Root-Cause Analysis Model
  2. Facilitating Performance Discussions
    • Addressing the Unproductive Work Behavior
    • Describing the Impact of the Behavior
    • Soliciting the Need for Change
    • Planning to Adapt to Change
  3. Embracing a Coaching Mind-Set
    • Working on the Individual Development Plan (IDP)
  4. Helping Others to Cope
    • The Coaching Mind-Set
    • Basic Counseling Principles

September 29, 2023 (1:30–4:30 p.m.)


Ms. Abegail TongcoAbegail Pulma-Tongco, PhD

This session will focus on equipping participants with the right skills, attitudes, and competencies required to groom individuals who have a high potential to excel.

This is especially relevant in managing individuals who are aspiring for growth and development and staff members who desire for positions of higher accountability and responsibility.

Leaders must be equipped with the skills to unlock others’ potentials and to inspire them to become their best self.

  1. Succession Planning
    • Identifying Critical Positions
    • Defining the Success Profile
    • Identifying Key Talents for Critical Positions
    • Planning on How to Groom Identified Talents
  2. Career Planning
    • Facilitating the Career-Planning Discussion
    • Crafting the Individual-Development Plan
    • Monitoring Progress
  3. Upskilling
    • Coaching
    • Job Exposure
    • Self-Paced Learning
    • Online Learning Modalities

People Dynamics is an accredited Learning and Development Institution by Profiles International, LLC., Wiley, Genos International, Civil Service Commission, and the Professional Regulation Commission.


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Early Bird Rate
Valid until August 15, 2023 only. Rate shown is VAT-exclusive.
6,999.00 VAT
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32,999.00 VAT


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