Seminar-Workshop on Effective Library Management and Workplace Productivity Through Stress Management, Wellness and Good Nutrition
The Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines (ASLP), Inc.
will conduct the Seminar-Workshop on Effective Library Management and
Workplace Productivity Through Stress Management, Wellness and Good
Nutrition on April 18-20, 2012 at the Skylight Hotel, Puerto Princesa,
The Seminar-Workshop aims to:
The target participants to this activity are librarians, library administrators, archivists, record officers, support staff, teachers and students of Library and Information Science, consultants and other information professionals.
- increase the participants’ awareness of personal stressors and idiosyncratic stress reactions;
- live a more relax lifestyle and prevent stress-related illness;
- have a healthy lifestyle through good nutrition, health and wellness; and
- control the stressors in one’s life through the development of a personal stress-management plan to effectively manage the workplace.
The registration fee is as follows:
|No. of Days||Active Member||Early-bird (on or before March 30, 2012)||On-site Registration (March 31, April 18,2012|
Payments may be made in cash or check payable to the ASLP and may be deposited to Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) Savings Account No.: 177 1-0359-70, BSP Branch, Mabini St., Manila.
For more information, interested individuals may contact:
The Association of Special Libraries of the Philippines (ASLP)
National Library of the Philippines
Room 301, T.M. Kalaw St., Ermita, Manila
Telephone No.: (02) 840-5723
Web site Address: http://aslpwiki.wikispaces.com
Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/ASLP.librarians
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