TRAINING PROVIDERS

 

TRAINING COURSES/PROGRAMS

 

 

1.      Guthrie-Jensen Consultants Inc.

4/F Ace Building 101-103 Rada corner Dela Rosa Streets
Legaspi Village, Makati City, Philippines

(+632)  816-1610, 818-5853, 892-5294, 816-0289, 892-7559

Email: corporate@guthriejensen.com

 

1.  Communication Assertiveness

 

This seeks to project the participants’ image of assertiveness by maximizing several communication tools such as choice of words, voice, and body language. It also intends to establish effective and confident communication needed to overcome barriers that cause conflict and misunderstanding among organizations. Communication is a critical competency and successful professionals speak up with confidence and credibility, without being submissive or aggressive.  It uses a variety of implementation and assessment methodologies to guarantee the transfer of essential knowledge, skills and technical know-how to the participants and ensure their successful applications. These methods include: PowerPoint and film/video presentations, open fora/discussions, individual and group activities/exercises, small group workshops, and self-assessments.

 

Resolution No 1341 s. 2017

20 April 2017 - 19 April 2020

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Leading in a continuously changing environment 

ü Developing/empowering others to establish collective accountability for results

 

 

 

2.  Unleashing the Strategic Leader: The Move from Operational Leader to Strategic and Innovative Leader

 

This seeks to empower the participants to be producers of information, new ideas, and solution. It also aims to develop a more strategic approach to leadership to enhance work performance, and to strengthen the link between the agency/office’s vision and the actual performance of its employees. It uses a variety of implementation and assessment methodologies to guarantee the transfer of essential knowledge, skills and technical know-how to the participants and ensure their successful applications. These methods include: PowerPoint and film/video presentations, open fora/discussions, individual and group activities/exercises, small group workshops, and self-assessments.

 

Resolution No 1341 s. 2017

20   April 2017 - 19 April 2020

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Strategic and Critical Thinking

 

 

 

2.      Human Resource Innovations and Solutions, Inc. (HURIS)

Suite M3 7, Seven East Capitol Building, E Capitol Dr, Pasig, 1603 Metro Manila

               (02) 746 2961 / (02) 661 5954

               Fax: (02) 746 2962

Email: consult@huris.com.ph

 

 

1.      Building Powerful Teams

 

Building powerful a powerful team is an essential tool of any successful and good company. When building a powerful team is done right, it is fun and it can help build camaraderie which is essential for a company’s success. Develop your team’s ability to better define objectives and goals, solve problems, resolve conflicts and trust one another’s contributions using leadership and teamwork frameworks and best practices through a dynamic mix of available methodologies.

 

Resolution No 1377 s. 2017

31 October 2017 - 30 October 2020

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results

 

 

2. Coaching: Raising Performance to the Next Level

 

This workshop highlights the Philippine government’s vision outlined in the 2011-2016 Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan to achieve a “globally-competitive and innovative industry and services sector that contributes significantly to inclusive growth and employment generation.” All government leaders are compelled to address the imperative to act as drivers of their respective organizations, steering its human capital as key resources and talents in advancing the organization along the path it wants to travel.

 

Coaching is recognized and used as a leadership and management tool nowadays to drive, improve and heighten employee performance and supplement the management function of planning, organizing, leading and controlling in helping organizations go from where they are to where they want to be. The two-day workshop aims to provide its participants a common and globally accepted process in coaching that is suited for the government sector’s diverse workforce. In particular, the workshop aims to provide participants the basics of high impact coaching; gain insights, clarity and focus on how leaders can help subordinates improve performance results over time; give the participants an opportunity to experience how coaching is done using a proven framework, and; provide a mechanism to continuously apply the coaching framework in the workplace.

 

Resolution No 1398 s. 2018

22 Jan. 2018 - 22 Jan. 2021

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results

 

 

 

3.      Driving Execution (Previously Driving Execution: How to get things Done)

 

This program provides two models on how to execute flawlessly. It gives the participants an opportunity on how execution is done despite of numerous challenges. It also includes individual and organization change dynamics, and exposure both as a leader and a follower in their respective organization.

 

Resolution No 1377 s. 2017

31 October 2017 - 30 October 2020

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact

 

 

4. Essentials of Managing Change and Employee Transition (Previously Change Leadership)

This two (2)-day course is a provocative and challenging experience which motivates executives to explore, manage and to channel the constant stream of changes in today’s complex world. It offers new, compelling and enlightening research findings on the state, environment, trends and potential future scenarios in organizational dynamics. It also features hands-on exposure to a range of practical change leadership tools and practices.

At the end of this two-day program, the executives will be able to:

1.   Distinguish between change and personal transition;

2.   Articulate the transition process/ stages and a change leadership framework;

3.   Understand resistance to change and manage this dynamic;

4.   Handle changes constructively in their own units: become change agents, and;

5.   Practice on change leadership tools.

 

Resolution No 1473 s. 2019

14 July 2019 - 13 July 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Leading in a continuously changing environment;

 

 

 

5.      Thinking Out-of-the-Box: Embracing Innovative Leadership (Previously Going Wild with Ideas: a Driving Innovation and Creative Thinking Workshop)

 

Thinking Out-of-the-Box: Embracing Innovative Leadership aims to help participants understand and appreciate the need for a mindset of creativity and innovation and apply this on actual workplace challenges. The workshop enables the participant to:  (1) understand the basics of creativity and innovation and the link between the two; (2) have the opportunity to experience how creativity and Innovation is done using proven frameworks; (3) learn about the mechanism to continuously apply the creativity and innovation frameworks in the workplace through identification of REAPS and SAPs.

 

This employs facilitator-led theory inputs and discussion, managed small group and plenary sessions, individual and small group work which includes hands-on application of theory inputs during workshop hours.

 

Resolution No 1491 s. 2019

25 September 2019 – 24 September 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü    Strategic and Critical Thinking

ü    Leading in a Continuously Changing Environment

 

 

6. Managerial Leadership

This workshop goes beyond the basic approaches and elements of planning, organizing and leadership to achieve results, by highlighting well-selected and meaningful experiential insights to illustrate the core, underlying principles and exemplary models of fundamental managerial practices.  Grounded on actual cases, the latest research studies, and on proven best practices, executives will gain a wider, more mature and practical perspective of key leadership and managerial tasks, responsibilities and challenges. 

At the end of this two-day program, the executives will be able to:

1.    Differentiate between management and leadership;

2.    Acknowledge the key role of managerial leadership in achieving results;

3.    Practice the key management skills of planning, organizing and control, and;

4.    Practice the leadership skills of staffing, coaching, conflict resolution and team building.

Resolution No 1473 s. 2019

14 July 2019 - 13 July 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü    Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results

ü    Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact

 

 

7. Effective Conflict Resolution and Solving Employee Performance Issues thru Mediation (Previously Mediation: An Alternative Mode to Dispute and Conflict Resolution and Resolving Employee Performance Problems)

 

In this program, the participants learn the basics and conflict management. They will understand concepts and models in mediation as an effective vehicle for conflict and dispute resolution. They will be able to identify options, and differentiate interests from positions, and understand how to generate variable options, generate relevant criteria and choose viable alternatives as essential components in the mediation process. Participants will be able to practice skills in mediation through the use of case studies, role playing and simulations.

 

Resolution No 1491 s. 2019

25 September 2019 – 24 September 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü    Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results

 

 

 

8.                  Performance and Results Management

 

This is a course which provides executives the opportunity to master the skills of managing employee, team and organizational performance focusing on goal-setting, evaluation, monitoring and improvement coaching to lay the groundwork for a results-focused work culture.   This program covers the skill areas of crafting behavioural goals, selecting predictive metrics of performance, and of motivating people to produce consistent results. 

Learning will be stimulated through a combination of research-based lectures, role playing, management simulations and film clips. At the end of this two-day program, executives will be able to:

Articulate a systematic Performance Management Process and its key elements;

1.     Identify core goals and metrics including lead and lag metrics;

2.     Define a balanced scorecard for their units;

3.     Analyze people performance and recommend changes from a systemic performance; Framework, and;

4.     Practice coaching and handling performance cases

 

Resolution No 1473 s. 2019

14 July 2019 - 13 July 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü  Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact

ü  Driving Performance for Integrity and Service

 

 

9.   Achieving a Positive Turn-around in Employee and Organizational Performance (Previously Positive Discipline)

 

Workshop Course on Positive Discipline is designed to change the traditional paradigm of employee discipline which works in the context of a system of sanctions and punishments. This course provides positive and viable alternative measures that motivate employees not only to correct their errant behavior but also to comply with the overall and acceptable standards of employee work attitude and productivity. The workshop further enables and allows the employees to study themselves and accept/recognize their errant behavior in the workplace; provides the employees the needed support mechanisms to correct their errant behavior through positive reinforcement tools and techniques coming from the supervisors and peers, and; motivates the employees not only to correct a particular errant behavior but also to strive to improve their overall productivity.

 

Resolution No 1398 s. 2018

22   January 2018 - 22 January 2021

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü  Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results

 

 

10. Strategic and Critical Thinking

 

This course provides a comprehensive overview of vital competency sets in strategic thinking which include systems thinking, critical reasoning and creativity.


Building on an interactive and engaging mix of presentations, role-playing and management simulation exercises, executives articulate, harness and share insights, skills and proposals on why and how they may improve their grasp and practice of strategy formulation and strategic learning.


At the end of this two-day program, the participants will be able to:

1. Understand strategic thinking, its key characteristics and its importance of leadership;

2. Appreciate the fundamentals of and latest thinking on strategic planning and Management, and;

3. Understand the key success factors of strategic execution.

Resolution No 1473 s. 2019

14 July 2019 - 13 July 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü    Strategic and Critical Thinking

 

 

 

11. Strategic Decision-Making

 

The Strategic Decision Making effectively enables the participants to: (1) decide, recommend decisions and analyze/manage risks; (2) analyze problems and pinpoint true causes; (3) analyze complex situations, indicate what actions are needed, and prioritize responsibilities for action; and (4) harness collective wisdom and work as a team.  The workshop applies experiential learning methodologies such as: lecture and plenary discussion, small group workshops, case study, and film showing.

 

Resolution No 1376 s. 2017

31August 2017 - 30 August 2020

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü    Driving Performance for Integrity and Service

ü    Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact

 

 

12. The New Leadership Style for the 21st Century

 

P eter Drucker predicted that the leader of the future is one who asks, while the leader of the past is one who tells.

 

This course seeks to present the secrets to becoming a successful leader of the 21st century. Focused on enhancing self-mastery and emotional intelligence, executives get to explore and practice approaches and techniques in coaching, conflict management and handling difficult employees.

 

At the end of this three-day program, the participants will be able to:

1.   Deepen their appreciation of self-mastery as a foundation for becoming inspiring leaders;

2.   Strengthen their execution capabilities and contribute to the creation of a high performance culture, and;

3.   Lead the transformation and change processes in their respective areas of influence using emotional intelligence and change management tools.

 

Resolution No 1473 s. 2019

14 July 2019 - 13 July 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Leading in a Continuously Changing Environment   

ü Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact

ü Strategic and Critical Thinking

 

 

13.             Transformational Leadership

 

The Workshop Course on Transformational Leadership compels and enables participants to ponder on their experiences as leaders and assess how they are able to perform their roles effectively. This allows the facilitator to assess the level of leadership exercised by the participants, such as who has leadership experience and otherwise, and therefore, provides for adopting appropriate leadership approaches. At the end of the two-day workshop, participants are expected to understand the basic concepts about leadership, especially the skills that will make them effective leaders. Specifically, the workshop equips its participants to participate in constructive dialogues during the entire experience; help subordinates/ learners/ mentees map out attainable personal and professional goals; help subordinates/ learners/ mentees plan workable strategies, and; implement positive and workable action plans to achieve stated objectives.

 

Resolution No 1398 s. 2018

22 January 2018 - 22 January 2021

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü    Leading in a Continuously Changing Environment 

ü    Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results

 

 

3.     Ideas Central Consultancy Services

Suite 303, Oftana Bldg., cor Mariano Cui & Jasmin Sts., Cebu City 6000.

Tel. 09177718893

Email: jfbataican@gmail.com

1.   Transforming “ME”: Determined, Resilient, Engaged

 

A 16-hour (2-day) activity-driven workshop where executive learners will be able to : a) adapt a practical and ready-now template in assessing his/her readiness for transformation given the challenges and struggles he/she is facing fuelled by the key skills of pro-activeness and determination; b) reinforce the value of the Self that is Determined, Resilient and Engaged and come up with Individual Commitments to highlight such qualities; c) establish a First Person Master Plan to align the Self to the Organization’s Goals and emerge as a happier, more successful and fulfilled individual and professional.

 

Resolution No. 1493 s. 2019

8 August 2019 – 7 August 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Strategic and Critical Thinking

ü      Leading in a Continuously Changing Environment 

 

 

4.      Institute for Corporate Directors

14th Floor, Trident Tower, 312 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. , Makati City 1200, Philippines

Tel. (+632)  8841494, 8071393,

Mobile (+639) 175515073

Email: communications@icd.ph  

 

 

1.   Corporate Secretary as Corporate Governance Professionals

 

This examines the powers, duties, role and value of Corporate Secretaries in an organization.  The course presents the basic principles, importance and benefits of modern corporate governance and reforms to global, regional and local initiatives. By the end of the seminar, the participants will be able to: (1) explain the corporate secretary’s role as well as its key activities and qualifications in the corporate governance framework; (2) define and explain key principles and elements of good corporate governance systems and the skills needed to manage relationships within it; (3) describe the structures of a secretariat and evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of having an in-house corporate secretary; (4) explain the part of the corporate secretary in preparing before, during and after a meeting, including answering the most frequently asked questions about being a corporate secretary.; (5) identify good practices, processes and procedures for corporate secretaries and the role, skills and techniques needed to conduct effective board meetings and annual general meeting of shareholders; and (6) draft minutes and develop an action log in line with best practices.

 

Resolution No 1442 s. 2019

25 January 2019 – 24 January 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Linkaging and Networking for Productive Partnerships

ü Driving Performance for Integrity and Service

 

 

2.   Professional Directors Program

 

This is the flagship of the Institute of Corporate Directors.  The program is filled with key lessons on the application of principles of corporate governance and real-life case studies facilitated by a faculty of internationally-recognized for their expertise. By the end of the program, the participants will be able to: (1) assess their duties as a director that complements ICD Tricker Plus Model Framework; (2) put up front the imperative of a corporate culture pervaded by ethics and social responsibility; (3) know that the board should allot more of their time and attention to performance rather that conformance duties; (4) examine the role of the board in setting policy; (5) explore the coverage of key concerns for which the board sets policy; (6) illustrate the corporate governance policy that the board initiates; (7) examine the realm of risk and the implication on business; (8) assess questions directors should ask; (9) examine the warning signs and reporting that the board should receive; (10) explore ways of demonstrating accountability; (11) examine the types of accountability and the implication of each; (12) explore how a board can be held accountable; and (13) develop policies and processes to assure accountability.   

 

Resolution No 1442 s. 2019

25 January 2019 – 24 January 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Strategic and Critical Thinking

ü Driving Performance for Integrity and Service

 

 

 

3.   Strategy Executive Pathway (StEP) Essentials

 

This is a two-day comprehensive program that equips participants by: (1) imparting information on the key elements of strategy design; and (2) developing basic skills that will help them in the process of creating strategy maps and balanced scorecards for their organizations with the goal of using these instruments as building blocks for developing a governance culture. At the end of the course, the participants would gain: (1) strong fundamentals of strategy creation and execution; (2) in-depth understandings of the strategy map and balanced scorecard process; (3) and techniques for setting the right strategic direction along with measurement tools for performance management. The overall goal of the course is for the participants to be able to develop their own charter, strategy map and scorecard in their own companies.

 

Resolution No 1442 s. 2019

25 January 2019 – 24 January 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Strategic and Critical Thinking

ü Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact

 

 

 

4.   Strategy Executive Pathway (StEP) Masters

 

This is a two-day development workshop aimed to capacitate the participants on what to do next after the strategy is designed. It focuses on the tools of execution for consistent and sustained performance.  The takeaways from the workshop will enable the organization to embed a culture of execution in their organization. It moves from strategy design to strategy execution and such is mobilized by the three main ingredients – alignment, discipline and engagement. At the end of the course, the participants will have: (1) strong fundamentals of strategy creation and execution; (2) develop techniques for creating scorecard infrastructure cascading the strategy down to the lower units; (3) learn from best practices in aligning the strategy execution to different business processes; (4) build the discipline of monitoring, reporting and learning from strategy execution; and (5) appreciate the importance of engaging the different stakeholders that is crucial to performance success.  This will benefit executive teams, senior managers, planning officers, corporate controllers and compliance officers (GOCCs). The attendees of the StEP Masters have already attended the StEP Essentials.

 

Resolution No 1442 s. 2019

25January 2019 – 24 January 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü  Empowering/Developing Others to Establish Collective Accountability for Results

ü  Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact

 

 

5.      Institute of Solidarity for Asia

14th Floor Trident Tower
312 Senator Gil Puyat Avenue
Makati City 1200, Philippines

(+632) 886-3652

Email: programs@isacenter.org

 

1.   Governance Boot Camp Basic Class

 

This focuses on the fundamental concepts of the Performance Governance System (PGS) such as strategy design and execution, and on the functions and responsibilities of a critical governance mechanism – the Office of Strategy Management (OSM). It is an ideal starting point for institutions that are interested in the PGS. This is conducted for four (4) days. Target participants are mostly members of government agencies and LGUs with offices for strategic management; PGS technical working group or core team, vision aligned circles and PGS project teams of government agencies and LGUs, members of public or private sectors who are interested learning about the PGS Implementation and best practices.

 

Resolution No 1426 s. 2018

14October 2018 – 14 October 2021

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Developing/empowering others to establish collective accountability for results

ü Driving Performance for Integrity and Service

 

 

2.      Governance Boot Camp Master Class

 

This tackles the sustainability of governance mechanisms and highlights the innovations of ISA’s partners in implementing the Performance Governance System (PGS), including the impact on stakeholders. It addresses the challenges in the Proficiency and Institutionalization stages of the PGS Pathway. This is conducted for three (3) days. Target Participants are those who have undergone the Boot Camp Basic Class. Target participants are mostly graduates of the Governance Boot Camp Basic Class.

 

Resolution No 1426 s. 2018

15   October 2018 – 14 October 2021

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü  Developing/empowering others to establish collective accountability for results

ü  Linkaging and Networking for productive partnerships

ü  Driving Performance for Integrity and Service

 

 

6.      L. Migne Public Relations Consultancy

5 Melbourne Street, Merville, Parañaque City. 
Tel: (+632) 828 8499;

Mobile: +63 917 779 1044

Email: migne.louie@gmail.com

 

1.    Emotional Intelligence Growth Program

 

Emotional Intelligence Growth Program is a six-month executive program involving three (3) whole day sessions with the main objective of equipping leaders with high level Emotional Intelligence that will enable them with the following: 1) Know themselves well – their strengths, potential and weaknesses; 2) able to control emotions and impulsive actions; 3) Understand the feelings of others; 4) Utilize his/her self awareness and understanding of others to excel in partnering and collaboration to deliver commitments and achieve goals; 5) Engage, motivate and inspire teams to go from good to great; 6) Deal better with stressful situations, changes and transformations; 7) Build a positive and happy work environment; 8) Retain people; 9) Be a good role model of Optimism, Customer Service Excellence, Accountability and Integrity to his/her team.

 

Resolution No 1459 s. 2019

28March 2019 – 27 March 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Developing and Empowering Others to Establish Collective Accountability for results

 

 

7.      People Ignite Organizational Development and Training, Inc.

Unit 910, 9F AXA Life Centre,
1286 Senator Gil Puyat Avenue
Makati City 1200 Philippines

(+632) 887.5630 / 887.5092 

Email:  info@peopleignite.com

 

1.     Think on your Feet

 

A globally acclaimed workshop conducted for two (2) days that trains participants to analyze, organize and present their ideas fast. The program aims to help participants to be more persuasive, to answer questions and answers effectively, to explain the complex more clearly and to handle the fear of public speaking.  The key take away of the program are: (1) participants will be able to structure ideas simply and persuasively; (2) flesh-out ideas with memorable examples; (3) simplify complex information; (4) get to the point and be remembered; (5) handle objections positively; and (6) answer questions quickly and coherently. 

 

The program contains thirteen (13) Modules such as: (1) Getting to the Point and Being Remembered; (2) Presenting your Ideas with Speed and Clarity; (3) Using Handy Fall-Back Techniques When You’re Caught Off-Guard; (4) Handling Questions Quickly, Clearly and Persuasively; (5) Using Visual Pegs as your Structure; (6) Dividing information into Facets, Aspects or Perspectives; (7) Bridging from Question to Answer; (8) Expanding or Focusing Your Listener’s Perspective; (9) Making Two Opposing Viewpoints to a Middle Ground; (10) Selling the Benefits of Your Ideas, Products and Services; (11) Illustrating your Ideas; (12) Telling a Story: What? Where? When? Why? And (13) Putting It all Together. 

 

Resolution No 1441 s. 2019

25 January 2019 – 24 January 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Leading in a continuously changing environment 

ü Developing/empowering others to establish collective accountability for results

 

8.      UBQTY, INC.

Room 201 Puno Bldg., 336 Roosevelt Avenue, San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City 1100

Tel No. 02-287-2174

Email info@ubqty.net

          anna@ubqty.net

 

1.   Project Management Fundamentals

A two-day highly practical course on project management that is underpinned by the Project Management Institute’s PMBOK® 6th edition, the most-widely used Project Management solutions in the market. It provides participants with the knowledge, tools, techniques and methods for them to better contribute their capabilities as a project manager or project team member in their organization. It is for project managers and project team members.  Specifically, this is suited for team leaders with different functional backgrounds, from Distribution, Sales, IT, Human Resources; team members with at least six (6) months working in projects as a team member, work  stream lead, project coordinator or project manager. 

 

The intended learning outcomes are the following: (a) guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK® 6th Ed., ISO 21500 and earlier; ANSI/PMI 99-001-2013 standard framework with a Project Management Information System and related tool; and (b)  learn how to effectively and efficiently manage assigned, charted projects from the start of  planning to execution.

 

The objective of the program is to deliver a two-day Project Management Training in a way that: (1) participants will gain knowledge on the basic concepts, tools, approaches, and industry best practices on Project Management; (2) participants will apply what they learned on business case exercises in training and guided on their actual projects during the training; (3) participants will be provided with project implementation tools and strategies; (4) participants will be able to design an effective monitoring and evaluation framework for projects, programs and activities; (5) training is aligned with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® 6th Ed., ANSI/PMI 99-001-2017, ISO21500), PRINCE2 (2017) and UN, ADB, JICA, USAID best practices in monitoring and evaluation of developmental projects.

 

Resolution No. 1492 s. 2019

8 August 2019 – 7 August 2022

 

CES CORE COMPETENCY

ü Leading in a continuously changing environment 

ü Planning/Organizing for Greater Impact