Learn to manage, motivate, and inspire your Filipino team members and colleagues in a program that you probably should have taken the moment you arrived in the country.
Managing Filipinos seems like a no-brainer, at least in theory. After all, anyone who’s ever worked with Filipinos in the Philippines knows that we look and act about as western as can be in the workplace. So why does it seem so hard to motivate and inspire Filipinos? Why is it so hard to get Filipinos to work on their own initiative? And why, oh why do we seem to create so much drama? All these questions and more are addressed in this often humorous and eye-opening course on how to manage Filipinos effectively and efficiently.
This program marries the concepts of Cultural Intelligence and Organizational Development and gives participants a working framework on how to interact and interface effectively with a Filipinos in the workplace. Crafted in consultation with seasoned HR practitioners and Organizational Development experts in the Philippines, this program will arm participants with a toolbox of strategies that they can use to optimize their experience working with Filipinos.
We have a veritable collection of degrees and experience among our Cultural Navigators from only the best universities in the country. When we run a talk for you, you can rest assured that you have actual experts in the room.
We hate being bored, so we try to make sure that you never are! All our talks and workshops keep two things in mind at all times: that you’re learning, and that you’re having fun doing so!
APA or MLA? Our Cultural Navigators are proud of their academic backgrounds and are passionate about being able to properly cite their sources. We check and double check everything so you don’t have to.
The talk may be over, but your experience doesn’t to end there! You can always reach out after a talk or workshop to ask for more resources or more reading material on the subject.
Why is cultural intelligence important?
Whether it’s colleagues from another province or from another country, you’re now living in a nation where you’re more and more likely to work in a multicultural environment. A low CQ is an unnecessary disadvantage you can’t afford.