Bridging Leaders Engaged with More Development Managers
Last June 28, 2016, three fellows of the Asian Institute of Management TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (AIMTEC) engaged with development managers enrolled in the 27th class of the Master in Development Management (MDM) degree program of the AIM Stephen Zuellig School for Development Management (ZSDM).
Department of Education (DepEd) Region IV-B Director Lorna Dig-Dino opened the series of live case discussions. Her presentation focused on the application of the Bridging Leadership Framework in regional school-based management systems to improve student performance. She shared her stakeholder engagements and social innovations in public schools in Regions II, IV-A, and IV-B since her fellowship with the Center under the second cohort of the Bridging Leadership Fellowship Program (BLFP).
Meanwhile, Vice Mayor Nacianceno “Jun” Pacalioga of Dumingag, Zamboanga del Sur discussed the local governance social innovations he developed with his stakeholders to eradicate poverty and promote sustainable organic agriculture in his municipality. He emphasized the value of collective leadership in establishing an equitable and sustainable local economy in Dumingag, building trust among his constituents, and installing the appropriate machineries for responsive development programs. He concretized his application of Bridging Leadership in Dumingag through his Organic Farming School change project launched under the Mindanao Bridging Leaders Program (MBLP) of the Center.
Lastly, Mayor Oscar Moreno of Cagayan de Oro City shared his change project in Sitio Lantad, Misamis Oriental under the MBLP. In his discussion, he stressed the role of multi-stakeholder collaborations in transforming the physical landscape of Sitio Lantad to provide his constituents access to basic services, sustainable livelihoods, and long-standing peace. The success of his change project in Sitio Lantad prompted him to apply Bridging Leadership in over nineteen other villages in Misamis Oriental. Now as Mayor of Cagayan de Oro City, he applied the Bridging Leadership Framework in formulating his eight-point agenda for the city.
You can read more about the Bridging Leadership stories of Dumingag Vice Mayor Jun Pacalioga and Cagayan de Oro City Mayor Oca Moreno at “One Purpose, Shared Future: Bridges of Peace in Mindanao,” a compilation of stories about the valiant work of peace building in Mindanao. Grab your own copy of the book from the AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership! To order, please fill out this form: http://bit.ly/2186KJ1. For inquires, you may contact us at +63 2 892-4011 Ext. 5606 or send us a message through firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Master in Development Management (MDM) of the Zuellig School of Development Management (ZSDM) is an intensive 11-month degree program for development executives in the Asian region that covers areas of management, economics, project management, social evaluation, and others. The ZSDM employs the Bridging Leadership Framework of the Center as its leadership framework for its degree and non-degree program. To know more about the programs offered under the ZSDM, you can visit http://development.aim.edu/.