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Trust is a two-way street, and the workplace is no exception. As leaders, it’s our responsibility to create an environment where our people can troubleshoot issues and make intelligent decisions rooted in empathy and mutual trust. In this webinar, we explore how our minds process information, and how leaders can build an arsenal of mental models for better decision-making.
In this session, you’ll learn:
Founder & Managing Partner, Siegen Solutions
Having graduated from UP Diliman, Aya spent 15 years in Advertising with experience in handling name brands such as Coca-Cola, Jollibee, P&G, and J&J. In her mid-30’s, Aya discovered that her purpose in life is to help people find employment opportunities in companies that prioritize fairness and job security. Founded alongside her husband Trifie back in 2016, Siegen Solutions is an organization that focuses on volume recruitment for multinational BPO and tech companies, and has recently been awarded the 2023 Best Workplace™ in the Philippines under the Small Category.
Neuroscience & Neuro-Linguistic Programming Coach
Ben Ampil is a globally-certified Neuroscience Coach and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Trainer. He has taken Neuroscience courses from various world-renowned institutions, spoken at TEDx conferences, and has the following academic credentials:
– Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
– Master of Business Administration (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
– Master of Science in Industrial Economics (University of Asia and the Pacific)
Prior to becoming a global keynote speaker and trainer, Ben has garnered extensive, senior executive corporate experience in various cross-functional disciplines of general management in industries such as, but not limited to, Manufacturing, Sales and Marketing, Property Development, Hospitality, and Business Process Outsourcing.
Managing Partner, Great Place To Work® Philippines
Principal Consultant, Great Place To Work® ASEAN
With a deep conviction in the timeless approach of being open, transparent and respectful to others, Toni is committed to enriching the lives of thousands of employees by building great places to work For All™.
Toni’s worked in partnership with Singapore government agencies, SMEs, MNCS and some Fortune 100 companies across industries and geographies; gaining extensive knowledge in creating better employee experiences for her clients along the way.
ABOUT OUR METHOLOGY
To be eligible for the World’s Best Workplaces list, a company must apply and be named to a minimum of 5 national Best Workplaces lists within our current 58 countries, have 5,000 employees or more worldwide, and at least 40% of the company’s workforce (or 5,000 employees) must be based outside of the home country. Extra points are given based on the number of countries where a company surveys employees with the Great Place to Work Trust Index©, and the percentage of a company’s workforce represented by all Great Place to Work surveys globally. Candidates for the 2017 Worlds Best Workplaces list will have appeared on national workplaces lists published in September 2016 through August 2017.
ABOUT OUR METHOLOGY
The Best Workplaces in Asia List
Great Place to Work® identifies the top organizations that create great workplaces in the Asian and Middle Eastern regions with the publication of the annual Best Workplaces in Asia list. The list recognizes companies in three size categories:
To be considered for inclusion, companies must appear on one or more of our national lists in the region, which includes Greater China (covering China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau), India, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka and UAE. For the 2021 Asia List, companies ranked on the national list in the Philippines will also be included. Multinational organizations must meet the following requirements:
Multinationals also receive additional credit for their efforts to successfully create an excellent workplace culture in multiple countries in the region. The data used in the calculation of the regional list comes from national lists published in 2019 and early 2020.