As we usher in a New Year, opportunities are ripe to build new habits and enhance skills that will help us reach our goals and achieve…
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Consultant Maita Beltran studied BS Biology in college, as her mother wanted her to be a doctor someday. Though she didn’t become a licensed medical doctor, she still finds herself healing not only individuals, but unlikely patients such as organizations
MgtStrat Consultant Jose Antonio “Jak” Kahn knew early on that he wanted to pursue teaching as a vocation.
Blame it on her upbeat demeanor. Her innate enthusiasm paved the way for Yeye’s career in consulting to lift off. “Someone saw my energy and the potential in me. Eventually she asked me if I want to be a marshal for one of their client engagements. I saw it as a learning opportunity. So I grabbed it, and the rest, as they say, is history.”
For a man who has seen it all, done it all, and oversaw all the inner workings of top management while still being a relevant figure in the scene today, hard work and dedication are all but an understatement for this stalwart of the corporate world.
It’s easy to see the appeal of becoming a learning organization.
Teaching is a highly social profession, so it would follow that all teachers are extroverts, right? Wrong.
They say the people you surround yourself with is a reflection of who you are. And being with Management Strategies, a cross section where some of the best in the consultancy business are to be found, MgtStrat Consultant Benjamin Leogardo validates the adage.
Human resources management (HRM) is now at the center of corporate decision-making for organizations in recent years. HRM is at the thick of things when it comes to strategy planning with the board, policy-making with line managers, and promoting value adding initiatives and programs to contribute to organizational efficiency.