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A Workshop on Bridging Leadership and Integrity for the Barangay Captains of Pagbilao, Quezon TeaM Energy Foundation, Inc. and the AIM Scientific Research Foundation sign MOA for Bridging Leadership Programs AIM TeaM Energy Center welcomes the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction of Nepal
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. 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 as part of their Study Tour on Peace Sensitive Development in Reference to Conflict Transformation and Peace Building.


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Bridging Leadership Introduced in Conflict-Sensitivity Workshop at Myanmar Islamic Leadership Fellows Program BLFP Workshop for Cohort 3
To help address issues on sustainability, inclusive growth, and capacity-building for conflict-sensitivity that the country faces as it undergoes significant reform processes, the workshop combined the Bridging Leadership Framework with a politico-economic and socio-cultural approach to analyze political, social, and economic dimensions of conflict and underdevelopment, and establish awareness on the complex social issues and divides that are critical in the development of Myanmar. ILFP's curriculum is composed of courses on self-mastery, leadership and management, and social development as informed by Islamic doctrine and actual practice.  In addition, it makes use of peer exchange, mentoring, exposure trips, and various adult learning methods to situate its content.  This ensures that ILFP Fellows gain a real understanding of key leadership concepts and practices from both the Islamic perspective and other relevant models, and how they may apply these in their own contexts. This workshop is part of the first phase of the program in which fellows: (1) defined their personal response; (2) identified their leadership capital; (3) analyzed their chosen societal divide; (4) formulated their personal vision and mission to address the divide; (5) made time-bound objectives and tangible outcomes to be achieved (key result areas and performance indicators); and (6) came up with strategies and resources to employ to attain the objectives.