Cotabato City (December 09, 2019) – The Office of the Parliament Speaker organized a three-day ‘Total Performance Management (TPM)’ training for Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) administrative officers on December 6 to 8, 2019 in Cotabato City.
The training, which aimed to further empower BTA staff to level up their organizational skills, was conducted in partnership with the Center for Global Best Practices (CGBP).
Prof. Raby Angkal, Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) Secretary General, said the government of the day must invest in its people’s capacity, intellect, and responsibility.
“This training serves as an instrument for us to give better and excellent output when we return to our respective workplace,” Angkal said.
Meanwhile, Henry Aquende, founder and president of CGBP, said, “at the end of the training, we will be better at work, be more productive in our initiatives, and will bear better results in working in our offices.”
Core values for performance
Dene Hurtado, managing director of TPM, underscored the four (4) core values practiced by successful businesses and organizations, which are ‘honesty, discipline, fairness and excellence’.
“These core values are also consistent with the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) core values: a united, enlightened, self-governing, peaceful, just, morally upright and progressive Bangsamoro Government,” Hurtado added.
The CGBP is an organization that advocates the use of best practices in enhancing global competitiveness of individuals, business organizations, and industries. (Bureau of Public Information)