AF has started to implement the “Leaders Empowered and Dedicated to Serve through the NGO Sector Program” (LEAD to Serve), a project designed to address leadership issues identified in the Leadership Transition Study completed by AF earlier this year. To begin the program, a workshop was held on 25-26 June 2018 to identify competencies of a good NGO leader and define these in more observable and verifiable behaviors. It was facilitated by Ms. Vicki Alcoseba, a consultant for the project.
The NGO leadership competencies identified and defined in this workshop will guide the development of the framework that will provide the anchor on which development interventions of the LEAD to Serve program shall be designed.
Photo shows the AF team with workshop participants. Standing L-R: Joji Abot-Camelon (AF), Tere Nuqui (NORFIL Foundation), Ryan Vidanes (RD Foundation), Roselle Rasay (CODE-NGO), Girlie Lorenzo (Kythe Foundation), Arthur Gonzaga (Peace and Equity Foundation), Yasmin Tang (Probe Media Foundation), Joel Pagsanghan, Oman Jiao (AF), Dodoy Magdolot (Mahintana Foundation), Joemil Montebon (Kasilak Development Foundation), Dodo Macasaet (Foundation for a Sustainable Society, Inc.), Gisela Tiongson (Jollibee Group Foundation), Mario Deriquito (BDO Foundation), Cecile Alcantara (Coca-Cola Foundation Philippines), Marian Sanchez (Luke Foundation), Aldwin Empaces (Central Visayas Network of NGOs ), Gina Estipona (AF). Seated L-R: Marissa Camacho, Fely Rixhon, Edith Villanueva (Sugar Industry Foundation), Luis Morales (Philippine Council for NGO Certification), Dan Songco (PinoyME Foundation), Vicki Alcoseba (AF Consultant), Pia Uygongco (Uygongco Foundation).
LEAD to Serve is supported by the Peace and Equity Foundation.