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Posted on Friday | December 06, 2019

Three hundred ninety-seven (397) officials from various government and private agencies took the fourth quarter CES Written Examination (CES WE), administered by the Career Executive Service Board (CESB) last December 1, 2019. The exam was held simultaneously in three testing centers, namely: University of the Philippines, Quezon City, University of Cebu, Cebu City and Department of Education - National Educators Academy of the Philippines (DepEd-NEAP) – Region XI, Davao City.



Posted on Thursday | November 28, 2019

Following the simultaneous wellness and work-life balance and self-mastery sessions on the second day of the CES Congress was a plenary session entitled, “Self-Mastery in Practice: Confidently Conquering our Adversity”, featuring resilience champions Philippine Children’s Medical Center (PCMC) Executive Director, Dr. Julius A. Leccions, CESO III, and Filipina Women’s Network’s 2019 Most Influential Woman of the World under the Thought Leader and Innovator category, Ms. Anna Isabel C. Sobrepeña.



Posted on Thursday | November 28, 2019

All but one Gawad CES finalists for 2019 highlight their notable achievements before the CES Congress delegates, as follows: (From left to right) National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Deputy Director General Rosemarie G. Edillon, CESO I; Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Regional Director Sancho A. Mabborang, CESO III; Department of Education (DepEd) OIC-Undersecretary Diosdado M. San Antonio, CESO III; and Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Undersecretary Florita R. Villar, CESO I.



Posted on Wednesday | November 27, 2019

The second day of the CES Congress capped off with the CES@46: Gabi ng Parangal, Pagpupugay, Pasasalamat, Paggunita, at Pagtatapos to celebrate milestones of achievement and distinguished service of retiring and remarkable members of the CES community and to honor outstanding individual and institutional partners of the Career Executive Service Board (CESB).



Posted on Wednesday | November 27, 2019

Leader-managers face communication challenges on a daily basis as they work with people with diverse personalities in carrying out the mandates and missions of their organizations.



Posted on Wednesday | November 27, 2019

The succeeding two (2) days of the CES Congress started off with invigorating simultaneous morning wellness sessions to advocate for healthy living and work-life balance among government executives.



Posted on Monday | November 25, 2019

A close to 800 career officers and aspiring leader-managers gathered for the CES Lifelong Learning for Leadership Congress (CES Congress) at the Taal Vista Hotel, Tagaytay City, 20 November 2019, to celebrate the gains of the Career Executive Service (CES) as an enduring institution and its continuing tradition of leadership and public service excellence on its 46thfounding year.



Posted on Thursday | November 28, 2019

Dubbed "ComPAWssion Project," career officials from various government agencies joined hands with volunteers from the Career Executive Service Board to help rehabilitate the PAWssion Project Shelter for rescued dogs in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan on 13 November 2019.



Posted on Thursday | November 28, 2019

“If you can gain an understanding of what motivates each stakeholder, it can become much easier to get a larger share of stakeholder buy-in.” This is practically what NCIP Regional Director Manny Jaramilla of Saldiwa #37 did to convince various stakeholders involved in creating a cultural safety through a whole of nation approach in getting various government agencies to protect and support indigenous peoples’ communities in Region 1 last 25 October 2019 during the Regional Indigenous Peoples’ Summit at the Municipality of Lidlidda, Ilocos Sur.



Posted on Friday | November 15, 2019

"If you build it, they will come," a quotation from the movie Field of Dreams must be in the mind of Ms. Gladys Amylaine D. Sales of SALDIWA 37; “Class Malasakit, Sibol ng Pag-asa” in constructing the 3rd I.P. ClassHome and Balay Hinambalan in Sitio Manara, Brgy. Celestino Villacin in Cadiz City, Negros Occidental from 17 September 2019 to 31 October 2019 as her personal ComPASSION Project to celebrate her being conferred as a CESO VI and to commemorate the 46 years of the CES Community, a corps of professional manager-executives in the public sector.



Posted on Friday | November 15, 2019

PLTCOL Rudy L Elandag, a CES Eligible and a member of SALDIWA # 35; GABAY#32, organized his team from the Philippine National Police (PNP), the 30th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army and Taganito HPAL Nickel Corporation (THPAL) in reaching out to three (3) Mamanwa communities in Brgy. Urbiztondo, Claver; Cawilan, Tubod; and Sitio Punta Naga, Brgy. Cagdianao, Claver; all in Surigao del Norte on November 5-7, 2019 by distributing assorted rubber slippers and holding videoke singing contests as part of the 46th CES ComPASSION Project.



Posted on Monday | November 11, 2019

One hundred seventy-nine (179) out of two hundred eighty-one (281) examinees or 63.70% passed the Nationwide CES Written Examination (CES WE), the first examination stage for CES Eligibility. The exam was held last September 1, 2019, simultaneously in three testing centers, i.e., University of the Philippines (Quezon City), University of Cebu (Cebu City) and San Pedro College (Davao City).



Posted on Monday | November 11, 2019

Forty-seven (47) public managers gathered for the third and final run of the 2019 Integrated Gabay ng Paglilingkod (Gabay) Training Course with Session XXXVI held at the Ace Hotel and Suites in Pasig City. Gabay provides learning modules aimed at addressing an executive’s needs to remain effective on-the-job and continually evolve to update managers of the know-how in running the bureaucracy.



Posted on Tuesday | October 29, 2019

Davao City hosts one of the few remaining nesting grounds in the country where the endangered hawksbill turtle (“pawikan” in the native dialect) spawns and hatches its young. Unfortunately, these same nesting grounds are now being threatened by increasing volumes of unmanaged and untreated waste and by the rapid encroachment of human activities on turtle habitats.


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