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Make no mistake, Millennials are here to stay. It does not matter if we like the way they work or not, they will be taking over key positions in our schools in the coming years. They will be responsible for growing what we built or destroying it. Whatever they do is up to us. Developing them is up to the Gen-X Managers and School Administrators. The worse thing we can do with this problem is to ignore or do nothing about it. It's just a matter of time before we see the results of our decisions. The keys to solving these problems are:        1. Understanding Millennials       2. Suspending our bias       3. Injecting values and experience into their DNA through a mentoring culture Our Leading and Mentoring Millenials in our Schools is a powerful way to kick-off your schools initiative to develop your millennial successors. The same US mentoring methodology can be used for other generations. If you are concerned about how to develop your Millennials, attend our workshop. We are more than happy to show you how. COURSE OUTLINE:      I. Understanding Millenials     II. Effectively Manage Millennials Flexibility Reward Self-Expression Attention Achievement Informality Simplicity Multitasking Meaning    III. Performance Mentoring Benefits of a Mentoring culture Implementing Coaching and Mentoring The Difference between Coaching and Mentoring The GROW model Goal Setting Reality Setting Options for growth Work the plan Measuring progress What's next   SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE    Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,800.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly until October 12, 2018 only  Starting October 13, 2018 onwards * Seminar Investment Fee is Tax Inclusive. REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS   DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE    
Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) negotiations can either make or break an organization. Coming up with an agreement with the union managers require more than people skills to arrive at amicable settlements. Skills, strategies, and techniques are essential to manage and triumph CBA disputes to avoid legal cases and maintain harmony in the workplace. In this session, participants will:        1. acquire the skills and competencies needed in handling union and employee complaints;       2. manage effectively labor cases to resolve disputes;       3. deal with employees and labor unions effectively; and       4. learn best practices in handling disputes from the sharing of recent labor cases in the academe. COURSE OUTLINE:      I. Concepts of Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) Negotiations                 A. CBA Negotiations                           1. Stages of CBA Negotiation                           2. CBA Negotiation Techniques                 B. Best Practices in CBA Negotiation                 C. Case study/Workshop     II. Effective Management of Labor Cases                 A. Ways to Manage Employee Complaints to Avoid Legal Cases                 B. How to Organize a Dispute Resolution Process                C. Tips on How to Resolve Employment Disputes                 D. Handling Difficult Employees with Ease    III. The Role of the Department of Labor and Employment    IV. Sharing of the Recent Labor Cases in the Academe              SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE      Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,800.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly until October 12, 2018 only  Starting October 13, 2018 onwards * Seminar Investment Fee is Tax Inclusive. REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS   DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE    
Proper documentation will always be your most treasured weapon to get out of every dispute. The written contracts, policies, and disciplinary memos will defend you when disagreement and conflict arise. Be guided in conceptualizing and writing enforceable documents for your organization. Create structured and well-versed documents that are admissible by law. In this session, participants will:          1. create documents that are legally binding and admissible in court;          2. acquire more skills in formulating effective company policies;          3. enforce progressive discipline and disciplinary actions following the labor standards; and          4. know the recent legal issues in the academe and learn best practices from it.   COURSE OUTLINE:          I. Principles in Legal Writing       II. Contract Management Principles and Practices              A. Basic Elements of Contracts              B. Important Contractual Provisions/Clauses              C. Contract formation: How to construct legally binding agreements              D. Actions on Breach of Contract              E. Best Practices in Writing Contracts     III. Creating Policies that Work              A. Principles of Effective Policy Making              B. Differentiating Policy vs. Procedure              C. Developing Policy Content and Releasing to the Stakeholders              D. New and Critical Policies for the Digital Age              E. Practical Tools on Policy Writing and Implementation     IV. Guidelines in Writing Disciplinary Memo              A. Guidelines for Classified Employee Disciplinary Action              B. What are the Acts of Progressive Discipline?              C. Elements of Disciplinary Action              D. Pitfalls to Avoid in Writing a Disciplinary Memo     V. The Role of the Department of Labor and Employment    VI. Current Legal Issues in the Academe   VII. Cases/Sharing     SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE      Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,800.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly until October 12, 2018 only  Starting October 13, 2018 onwards * Seminar Investment Fee is Tax Inclusive. REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS   DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE    

October 2018 Learning Sessions

Wednesday, 26 September 2018 01:03
TRACK 1: Compensation and Benefits Administration in the Academe Speakers: Dr. B'julah Silva & Mr. Ephraim Lopez October 18, 2018 (9AM - 4PM)   TRACK 2: Best Practices in Writing Contracts, Policies and Disciplinary Memo in the Academe Speaker: Atty. Faustino Madriaga Jr. October 18, 2018 (9AM - 4PM)   TRACK 3:  Managing CBA Negotiation and Labor Cases in the Academe  Speaker: Atty. Anna Maria "Ada" Abad October 19, 2018 (9AM - 4PM)   TRACK 4:  Leading And Mentoring Millennials in Schools Speaker: Mr. Jordan Imutan October 19, 2018 (9AM - 4PM) SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE    Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,800.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly until October 12, 2018 only  From October 13, 2018 onwards * Seminar Investment Fee is Tax Inclusive.   REGISTER THROUGH THE BUTTONS BELOW: DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM   REGISTER ONLINE  
Every organization needs motivated and engaged employees for it to be successful. Compensation and benefits offered by the organization attract talents and play an important role in retaining and motivating these talents.  It is a must that a competitive industry package is provided to the employees with the proper application of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act.  What is the industry compensation and benefits benchmark in the academe?  How can the employer mitigate the impact of applying the TRAIN law? In this session, participants will: benchmark salary and benefits applied in public and private academic institutions; establish a competitive compensation package for the organization; apply wisely the TRAIN law in compensation and benefits administration; and learn best practices in compensation and benefits administration in the academe. COURSE OUTLINE:          I. Compensation and Benefits Benchmarks in the Academe              A. Prevailing Salary in Private Schools                      1. Faculty: Basic Education and College                      2. Non-Academic Personnel Salary Comparison                      3. Salary for Key Positions               B. Considerations in the Computation of Faculty Pay in the Academe                      1. Faculty Loading: Basic Education and College                      2. Position Allowance               C. Comparative: Public School vs. Private School Compensation Package                      1. Benefits Provided in Public Schools          II. Application of TRAIN Law in Compensation and Benefits             A. Tax on Compensation Income             B. Tax Exempt De Minimis Benefits under TRAIN Law             C. Tax Computation of Part-time Employees with Multiple Employers             D. BIR Updates Relevant to the Academe             E. Case Study SEMINAR INVESTMENT FEE      Regular Rate Walk-In Rate Member Php 2,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Non-Member Php 3,800.00 (per pax/session) Php 4,800.00 (per pax/session) Cut-off  of registration and payment Strictly until October 12, 2018 only Starting October 13, 2018 onwards * Seminar Investment Fee is Tax Inclusive. REGISTER THROUGH THESE BUTTONS   DOWNLOAD HERE            REGISTER ONLINE    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OTHER TRACKS CLICK HERE