THE Asian Association of School Human Resource Management and Development Practitioners Inc. (AASHPI) will hold its 20th national convention, which carries the theme “Building People: Leading the Future.”
The event will be held at Taal Vista Hotel in Tagaytay City on Aug. 28-30, 2019.
For more details about the convention, interested participants may call the organizers at (02) 825-3985 and 0917-662-6782, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. One can also visit the website: www.aashpi.org.ph.
As the academe faces rapid changes and profound impact of the fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), there is a strong need for school administrators to shape and upskill their people.
Prominent speakers were invited to share the best practices vital in attaining competitive advantages in the academe. They accepted the invites.
Gerry Plana (president, People Management Association of the Philippines) will tackle the event’s theme “Building People: Leading the Future.”
Yu Ming Chin (executive director, Viventis Search Asia) will discuss “Leadership Skills of the Future: Are You Technologically-Adept?”
For her part, Sarah McLeod (chief executive officer, integrator and managing director, Q2HR Solutions) will share “Building a Robust Culture of Innovation.”
The topic “Recent Laws Affecting the Academe” will be discussed by lawyer Joseph Noel M. Estrada (managing director, Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations).
“The Four Roles of Great Leaders (A Franklin Covey Leadership Program)” will be tackled by Lirio Mapa (vice president, Center for Leadership and Change Inc.).
Lawyer Willie Santiago (director, Diaz Murillo Dalupan and Company) will talk about the “TRAIN (Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion) Law and its Impact on the Academe,” while Dr. Ronaldo Motilla (consultant, ILAW Center, Miriam College) will discuss “Developing Evidence-based Mental Health Programs for a Healthier Workforce.”