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DAR MIMAROPA advances supervisory skills

WEB r4b RD Pearl“We learn…we accept what we learn… we adapt and we transform,” these were the wise words of Regional Director Erlinda Pearl V. Armada to the 33 DAR-MIMAROPA supervisors and would-be supervisors who participated in the Supervisory Development Course (SDC) Track 1 held on July 28-31, 2015 in Tagaytay City.

Armada said the SDC is a three-track course aimed at enhancing the competencies of first-line supervisors.

“We want them to be effective leaders not only in focusing on the technical competencies and abilities of their subordinates but to always consider the social aspects of their work,” said Armada.

WEB r4b 2group picThe four-day training was facilitated by the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Regional Office 4 headed by Atty. Judith A. Dongallo-Chicano and Lilibeth L. Majomot, the Regional Director and Chief Human Resource Specialist of Policies and Systems Evaluation Division (PSED).

“In order to manage others, you must first learn to manage your own self, the focus of the Personal Effectiveness module including managing one’s career,” Majomot stressed.

“Walk the talk. Be a role model to your subordinates and don’t sacrifice values in order to achieve your goal,” Majomot added.

“Letting go and letting others excel is the true meaning of delegation,” said Atty. Judith Chicano. “As supervisors, you have to assign, grant authority and create accountability to empower your people,” she added.

Other two modules, ‘The supervisor TRANSFORMS’ and ‘Communication: The Secret to Organizational Effectiveness,’ tackled the human side of communication and the art of listening.

Positive impression from all the participants sealed the activity. To complete the course, the remaining tracks (Tracks 2 & 3) have been tentatively proposed in the last quarter of 2015. (Gefelyn A. Goleng)

Photo 1: Regional Director Erlinda Pearl V. Armada inspiring and challenging all the supervisors and would-be suervisors to apply all the learning gained in the four-day training.

Photo 2: DAR-MIMAROPA supervisors and would-be supervisors pose for a souvenir photo. (center left) Atty. Judith A. Dongallo-Chicano, Regional Director CSC RO4, (center right) RD Erlinda Pearl V. Armada.

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