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:
- Building Trust
- Communicating Effectively
- Optimizing Technologies
- Managing Diversity and Individual Differences
- Cultivating Social learning and love for continuing development
- Building Positive emotional culture
- Sustaining Engagement and Productivity
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).