From March 23 to 24, we’ll be having a seminar on competency-based training. Inspiring someone to be his best is no easy task. Just how do you manage for optimum performance? How do you create a motivating environment that encourages people to go beyond their best?
This workshop will teach the participants tools to help employees set and achieve goals, motivational techniques, coaching methods, and a three-phase model that will help participants prepare employees for peak performance, activate their inner motivation, and evaluate their skills.
Participants will understand the role of goal setting in performance management, and learn about tools to help your employees set and achieve goals.
- Objectives of the Program
- Overview of Competency-Based Performance Management
- Response to Organizational Challenges
- Talent Management Framework
- New Approaches to Work Performance
- Performance Analysis Tool
- Developing Competency Modeling Framework
- Competency-Based Employee Career Mapping and Development
- Guide to Successful Implementation of Competency-Based Performance Management System
An investment of P8,500 plus VAT includes instruction by an expert facilitator, a specialized student manual, snacks and lunch, and a personalized certificate of participation.
About the Facilitator
Dr. Maria Vida G. Caparas is a Wiley-Certified Everything DISC Trainer and a licensed Psychologist. She graduated Summa Cum Laude in her Ph.D. Psychology at UST. She also obtained a Diploma in Public Management from UP Diliman as a government scholar. Dr. Caparas is an Accredited Trainer of the Philippine Government with extensive and invaluable services in both government and corporate offices. She served as Vice President of HR in New San Jose Builders, Inc. In GMA Network, Inc., she wrote for Kapuso Magazine as Managing Editor. She also became the Dean of the Graduate School at the Manila Central University. Currently, aside from serving as a Consultant for Profiles Asia Pacific, Inc., she teaches part time in UST and De La Salle University. She has authored three books in Psychology and Human Resource Management. Already a fulfilled academician and HR and OD practitioner, she has received a number of awards and recognitions.