EOPT for Educational Institutions
EOPT for Educational Institutions
The Philippines has recognized the importance of building our human capital as a pathway for economic opportunity. In 2015, the Philippines, together with 192 other UN member states, committed to attaining the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The SDGs, also referred to as the Global Goals, consist of a set of goals including Quality Education based on underlying principles, including “education is a public good, of which the state is the duty bearer.”
Nurturing Accountants Beyond Numbers: The Essential Role of Human Skills
Nurturing Accountants Beyond Numbers: The Essential Role of Human Skills
In the ever-evolving landscape of business, accountants have often been confined to the stereotype of being solely data-driven professionals obsessed with numbers. However, as the demands of the profession shift, so does the accountant's role.
The Winning Mindset: Having a genuine interest in our client’s success
The Winning Mindset: Having a genuine interest in our client’s success
When do you know you’ve won a client? Is it when the contract is signed? Or when the first invoice is paid?
Beyond the superstars: unlocking the potential of mid-level performers
Beyond the superstars: unlocking the potential of mid-level performers
In the bustling world of work, where superstars snag headlines and underperformers hog attention, there is a silent majority, the mid-level performers.
Why do mothers become natural leaders?
Why do mothers become natural leaders?
Imagine you are a ball facing a ladder. Your goal is to climb up the ladder to reach the other balls resting on the branches of the tree. You manage to climb the first few steps, however, as you go higher, one of the steps has a broken rung, making it impossible for you to climb up, leaving you with no room for better opportunities. This analogous obstacle is a common occurrence in businesses and is often called as “The Broken Rung.”
Reinventing work-life balance
Reinventing work-life balance
Today, there is a persisting notion of keeping your work life and personal life separate. The idea that private matters should stay at home while professional matters remain confined to the office has long dominated our understanding of “work-life balance.” Personally, I believe in work-life integration instead.