Basel, Switzerland – Last 20 October 2016, Professor Manuel J. De Vera, Executive Director of the AIM – TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (AIMTEC), participated in a high-level research panel discussion entitled, “Anti-corruption Collective Action in Conflict Zones” at the Collective Action Conference 2016 hosted by the Basel Institute on Governance.
News and Announcements
Makati City, Philippines - Last May 16, 2016, the pioneer cohort of the Future Bridging Leaders Program (FBLP) of the Asian Institute of Management TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (AIMTEC) graduated from their one-year Bridging Leadership (BL) course.
The second run of the newly-constituted and rebranded Leadership and Management of Change for Development Managers: The Bridging Leadership Approach (LMC/DM: BL) was conducted last February 15 to 19, 2016. Twenty-five (25) development managers from different niches of the Development sector participated in the one-week course.
Makati City, Philippines - On March 2, 2016, the Asian Institute of Management - TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (AIMTEC), through the AIM Scientific Research Foundation (AIM-SRF), and the ADEC Innovations Foundation (AIF) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formalize their partnership in establishing a research laboratory on Public - Private Partnerships (PPPs) in AIMTEC.
We thank our friends, partners, and most honored Bridging Leaders who joined us in celebrating ten years of co-creating communities of change in the Philippines and the larger Asian region.
During the Center's Anniversary Event, we also had the chance to reconnect with individuals and organizations that were instrumental in the implementation of our Bridging Leadership programs. In particular, Fellows and Partners from The Mindanao Bridging Leaders Program were reunited to celebrate the launch of the Center's newest book, "One Purpose, Shared Future: Bridges of Peace in Mindanao."
Last Monday, October 26, our Future Bridging Leaders had the wonderful opportunity to meet exceptional change agents who went through Bridging Leadership programs conducted by the Center in the past.
30 officials of the Department of Education (DepEd) Region 2 underwent a 3-day workshop on Bridging Leadership at the Asian Institute of Management last August 24 to 26, 2015.
Three Bridging Leadership (BL) Fellows of the AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (AIMTEC) engaged with development managers enrolled in the executive programs of the AIM Stephen Zuellig Graduate School of Development Management (AIM-ZSDM).
For Dr. C. Bernido, having the ability to analyze issues is critical for the leaders of today. It allows for a greater understanding of the problem as a result of careful thought in relating various view points, which paves way for the discovery of a more comprehensive approach in formulating and applying solutions.
Col. Benjamin Hao is a Civil Military Operation (CMO) Officer of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the commander of an Army CMO Battalion based in the National Capital Region. He was born in Sampaloc, Manila and raised in Malabon City. As a child, he looked up to his father who served the country as a police officer.
Maria Luz Go joined the Mindanao Bridging Leaders Program (MBLP) of the AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership in 2011. Go has a degree in Management Engineering from Ateneo de Davao University. It is her mission to apply her technical expertise and the discipline of management in her work for peace development in Mindanao.
MAKATI CITY, PHILIPPINES – On June 3, 2015, the AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (Center), through the support of TeaM Energy Foundation, formally launched the Future Bridging Leaders Program (FBLP) at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM).
Jainab Abdulmajid is the current Provincial Tourism Officer of Sulu. She joined the Bridging Leadership Fellowship Program (BLFP) in 2008 upon the recommendation of another BL Fellow, Maj. Gen. Natalio Ecarma III.
Being a businessman, Mayor Jasper Que did not know that one day, he would be at the forefront of fighting for the improvement of Bongao’s education system.
For Asec. Lorna Dig-Diño, her love for teaching came amidst a long period of discernment. As a Secondary Education major specializing in Social Science at the Philippine Normal College in Manila, Diño often found herself taking her father’s suggestions on schooling and work.
The Bridging Leadership and Integrity Program for the Local Government Unit of Pagbilao, Quezon engaged 23 barangay captains from the Municipality of Pagbilao, Quezon in embracing integrity institutions and practices to support good governance.
Makati City, Philippines – On March 3, 2015, TeaM Energy Foundation, Inc. (TEFI) and the Asian Institute of Management – TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (AIMTEC), through the AIM-Scientific Research Foundation (AIM-SRF) formalized their partnership for the upcoming Future Bridging Leaders Program (FBLP) and The Bridging Leadership with Integrity Program for the Local Government Unit of Pagbilao, Quezon.
Educators from Bongao, Tawi-Tawi underwent a two-day workshop conducted by the AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership (AIMTEC) at the Asian Institute of Management from February 16-17, 2015.
February 2015 – Professor Nieves R. Confesor, former Executive Director of the AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership, facilitated two sessions on the Exercise of Bridging Leadership in an Overseas Training Programme for Government Officials of India sponsored by AIM's Executive Education for Lifelong Learning Center (EXCELL).
January 29, 2015 – Eight senior officials of the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction (MOPR) from Singh Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal visited the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) as part of their Study Tour on Peace Sensitive Development in Reference to Conflict Transformation and Peace Building.
Prof. Manny De Vera, Executive Director of the AIM TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Leadership, shares the Bridging Leadership Framework and the work of the Center with its Bridging Leaders during the CSO Summit 2014 on Combating Trafficking in Persons.