The University’s Human Resource Management and Development Office (HRMDO) is officially tasked with the continuous development of the University’s personnel. One of its thrusts is to make employees competent in their respective fields through seminars, lectures, and workshops conducted every now and then to meet such end.
For the month of January, Denise Maria R. Montalbo, M.B.A.—managing director of Results, a company which functions as Organizational Development and People Development Consulting agency while also offering Training Programs—serves as the speaker of a Staff Development Program, which is slated from Jan. 15-16, 29-30, and Feb. 4, 5, and 6. The first seminar will focus on Working Collaboratively for Better Results; the second on System Thinking for Better Productivity; and the third on Strengthening Administrative and Support Service Skills. All programs are scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
As stated by HRMDO director Grace C. de Guzman, the programs’ aims are ‘to revisit the basic work values and apply the principles of working collaboratively for greater and high impact results; to enhance productivity through innovation at work; apply the learning from the previous workshops in functional common work jobs; and identify critical behavioral and operational skills for administrative and support services.’
For particulars of these programs, please call 524-2011 local 233 or 526-1743 and look for Christina Paltoub. JCM