ABOUT THE WEBINAR
We are all facing unprecedented challenges brought about by the global COVID-19 pandemic. This situation is affecting the way we live including the life of our families, communities and businesses. Leaders are faced with the daunting tasks of shifting to a different work environment, and managing the people and business during a crisis period full of anxieties and uncertainties.
The question leaders ask now is “what has changed in leadership and how best we can handle remote teams?" Proven leadership practices assume an office setting where teams meet and communicate face-to-face. The current WHF presents a number of challenges that have to be addressed to be an effective leader.
In this light, this session focuses on the following top 7 challenges faced by leaders and managers, and provide practical tips to address them:
Ms. Liza Manalo-MapaguHer research interests related to remote management are: adopting situational leadership, and building positive emotional culture in leading remote teams
She specializes in success profiling, test development, and talent assessment for talent management initiatives. She earned academic and international certifications on Psychometrics.
For the last three decades, she has been involved in various consulting projects on competency modelling, development of testing programs, employment testing outsourcing, and setting of talent management programs. She has proven track record in setting up and leading consulting companies, and promoting assessment technologies. She continue to conduct training programs for HR professionals as part of her advocacy in professionalizing the practice of Psychometrics in the Philippines and Southeast Asia.
Her industry consulting experience sprang from her posts as Consulting Director of Strategic Consulting Services and Assistant General Manager of Eduquest, Inc. She had ten years of working experience in the academe taking various leadership and teaching positions on assessment and human resource management. She was the Head of Evaluation of De La Salle University-Institutional Testing and Evaluation Office, DLSU-Manila, and Directors of Center for Educational Assessment and Research, and Human Resource Development Center at the De La Salle-University-College of Saint Benilde.
A BS Psychology graduate from the University of Sto. Tomas, she has a Master’s Degree in Measurement and Evaluation at De La Salle University. She has earned academic units in a Ph. D course in Research and Evaluation at the University of the Philippines. She belongs to the first batch of licensed Psychometricians by the Professional Regulation Commission.
She is a member of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Society of Industrial Psychologist (SIOP).
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
The COVID-19 Pandemic has become a catalyst for educational institutions to build resilience to new challenges in a relatively short period of time. The academe, especially private schools, is less prioritized by the government in terms of subsidies and financial support and must find solutions to continue teaching. These institutions must self-manage to minimize the economic and financial impact of the pandemic.
As such, schools are facing the burden of cost-cutting including downsizing their people to thrive financially and survive in the long run. The big questions employers (school administrators/officers) are facing are: 1) What are the bases for right-sizing? 2) How can schools legally comply with the DOLE ruling on redundancy and retrenchment? 3) How can they properly manage the right size of people? 4) What are the implications of downsizing to employees and management especially if they belong to a union?
This webinar will explore different viable strategies on right-sizing your workforce to avoid labor lawsuits, introduce the new arrangements to both surviving and retrenched employees, and address pertinent issues that may arise when your institution is unionized.
Atty. Josephus B. Jimenez
Name: AASHPI WEBINAR APRIL 22, 2020 - 10am - 12nn
Topic: LEGAL ASPECTS OF HANDLING DISPLACEMENT OF PEOPLE IN THE ACADEME BECAUSE OF COVI-19
Recorded Session Link: https://au.bbcollab.com/collab/ui/session/playback
Name: AASHPI WEBINAR APRIL 15, 2020 - 10am - 11:30nn
Topic: Webinar Guidelines for Legal Aspects in Managing People during COVID-19 Pandemic
Recorded Session Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_2-iMkRPgQmGw7DzJGlPXqy4yxYpct2C/view?usp=sharing
Filing your institution’s taxes is unavoidable even during a pandemic. As such, handling of tax is a critical function of any business operations. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, many establishments are facing challenges in sustaining their finances to keep afloat while complying with the tax obligations. The government has initiated various sustainability programs to aid businesses.
What are the recent BIR regulations and rulings in tax filings? What are the best practices in handling tax obligations? How would schools cope with the new normal in filing returns and complying with other mandatory filings?
Join us in another webinar featuring the ins and outs of the new normal in BIR Tax compliance.
Atty. Willie B. Santiago, CPA is currently the Director of the Tax and Corporate Services Division of the Diaz Murillo Dalupan and Company. He joined the Tax and Corporate Services Division (TACS) of the company in 2006 as Assistant Tax Manager handling contest of tax assessment and tax compliance review engagements. He handled numerous tax assessment engagements involving non-stock, non-profit educational institutions, brokerage, charter flights/airline, other industries, and service types of business operations ranging from small to medium-size and multinational companies. He also handled personal civil, criminal, and labor cases. He is a member of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA), the Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) Makati Chapter, and the Tax Management Association of the Philippines (TMAP)
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Dear Colleagues in AASHPI,
We hope you and your loved ones are well and safe in this our third week under the “Enhanced Community Quarantine”, which is effectively a lockdown in the entire Luzon since its imposition on March 16, 2020 by President Rodrigo Duterte in response to the fight against the spread of COVID-19 in the country.
The last two weeks had been very challenging to all of us and under extraordinary times, kept us very busy in addressing the needs of our own institutions especially in considering decisions that would have the least impact to our workforce and to the stakeholders of our institutions, thus the silence of AASHPI.
But now that we have put in place what are necessary, we would like to take this opportunity to reach out and check on you as our valued members. So while the COVID-19 issue continues to evolve in the country, we would like to continue serving you by giving you our unwavering commitment and support you in coping with these challenging times.
As part of our academic adjustments, recovery response and assistance during this crisis, we are putting together a series of e-discussions or webinar series to serve as a cheerleading platform, hopes to share experiences, best practices, raise issues and possible interventions to contribute to mitigating the negative impacts of the crisis. At the same time, we intend to explore opportunities from where resilience and recovery points may come from.
So watch out for the announcements soon and hope to have your usual participation.
Stay safe and healthy always. God bless
MYRNA “MIMIE” G. REYES, FPM
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