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 Theme: "Creative Courage: Preparing for the Shift in the Academe"


 DAY 1: November 11, 2021 | 1:00 - 5:00   PM

Keynote/ Theme 

1:30 PM to 2:30 PM


"Creative Courage: Preparing for the Shift In the Academe"

School administrators need a concrete plan to adapt to a hybrid model of reporting to work for employees and blended learning for students. They need to be creative to shift when the need arises. What mindset, competencies, infrastructures, business processes and program offerings are needed to support this? How can the workforce embrace this change?



Angelina “Lin” Mukhi, FPM 


People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP)

Dr. Jocelyn R. Pick

President and Managing Director

Profiles Asia Pacific, Inc.


Session 2

2:46 PM to 3:45 PM


"Employee Well Being: Listen, Aspire and Thrive"

Health is wealth.  Every school needs a workforce that is physically and psychologically fit to assume their roles.  The onset of remote work blurred work-life balance as employees juggle time at home for work and family needs. What are the wellbeing challenges faced by teleworkers?  How can administrators help address these?  What are the best practices that schools can adopt?


Ms. Janet Patricia Webster


Investors in People - Philippines

Session 3

4:01 PM to 5:00 PM


"World-Class Employees|Strategies for Lifelong Learning in the Workplace"

Nobody knows the exact masterplan and blueprint after COVID but disruptions are expected. Schools must identify lifelong learners with leadership potentials, geared towards innovation. How can administrators unlock the potential of their workforce to the highest level? How can talents be prepared for succession planning?


Mr. David Dale

International Consultant

Investors in People Practitioner - United Kingdom

 DAY 2: November 12, 2021 | 1:00 - 5:00   PM

Session 1

1:16 PM to 2:15 PM


"Policy Review for Hybrid Work Plans"

Schools need to recognize the impact of hybrid reporting to create a balance in policy-making and provide work-life harmony to their workforce. Integrating policy and benefits for hybrid reporting is a must for this changing times. What hybrid work policies must administrators look into?  What benefits are beneficial for remote and onsite work?


Atty. Benjo Santos M. Benavidez

Undersecretary for Labor Relations, Social Protection, and Policy Support Cluster

Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE)

Session 2

2:30 PM to 3:30 PM


"Legal Updates in the Academe"

Laws on education are fluid, they change and adapt to the needs of time.  Administrators must know the recent issuances, memoranda and bills that are pertinent in school operation, and their institutions must be ready to comply with these.


Atty. Anna Maria “Ada” Abad


Adamson University College of Law

Session 3

3:46 PM to 4:45 PM


"Journey to Growth: Recreating HR"

The monumental impact of the pandemic made the world rethink and re-imagine how education systems will be. Schools must embrace change and learn competitive advantages to be able to go ahead with their mission.  What are the digitalization strategies that schools need to look into? What should schools look forward to?


Engelbert "Gilbert" T. Camasura, FPM, MBA


PM HR Consulting






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