2013 Career Executive Service Board (CESB) Leadership Training Programs
The Human Resource Innovations and Solutions (HURIS), Inc. will conduct the 2013 Career Executive Service Board (CESB) Leadership Training Programs on the following dates:
This Program goes beyond the basics of planning, organizing and leadership for results by highlighting through experiential insights the core, underlying principles and practices of these fundamental managerial practices.
The New Leadership Style for the 21st Century Managerial Leadership
This focuses on self-mastery and emotional intelligence, get to practice coaching to lead change and manage performance and results and develop a purpose statement and a self development plan to become a more effective and inspiring leaders.
Performance and Results Management
This is an overview of the latest research on organizational, team and individual performance. The skills focus on managing employee performance with focus on goal setting, evaluation, monitoring and improvement coaching.
This is an inspiring and practical course on managing and handling the constant stream of changes in today’s complex world. This packs in research on individual and organizational change dynamics and hands-on exposure to practical change leadership tools and practices.
The career executive service officers (CESOs), career executive service (CES) and the career service executive (CSE) eligibles are invited to attend. Likewise, the non-CESO participants with supervisory functions are welcome to attend the training programs.
More information may be inquired from:
Ms. Laisha Ruh Lao Account Associate Human Resource Innovations and Solutions (HURIS), Inc. Suite M3 Seven East Capitol Building No. 7 East Capitol Drive, Barangay Kapitolyo, Pasig City Telephone Nos.: (02) 871-6519/ (02) 661-5954 Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org .com.ph
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