[Wag Kang Toxic] How to be a good boss by not being a bad one

Manila

Jun 26, 9:30 – 11:00 AM

We often hear stories of employees quitting because of toxic bosses. So what about their bosses leads many employees to resign? What leadership qualities help make them stay? How much of those qualities do we see in current leaders in our workplace? In ourselves? And what does this say about how we might develop leaders in the Philippines moving forward? Join this interactive discussion!

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Join us for an interactive discussion to learn more about what fellow Filipinos think about how to be a good boss by not being a bad one!

We often hear stories of employees quitting because of toxic bosses. So in this gathering, we ask:

  • What about their bosses leads many employees to resign?
  • What leadership qualities help make them stay? 
  • How much of those qualities do we see in current leaders in our workplace? In ourselves?
  • And what does this say about how we might develop leaders in the Philippines moving forward? 

By answering these questions, we hope to learn more about what mindsets, skills and practices we need to nurture in Filipino leaders today.

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT? 

We'll share stories, research and insights on leadership in the Philippine context, with the gathering with guest reactors Toni Mactal, Assistant Professor at the Psychology Department of Ateneo de Manila University and Managing Director of Ateneo Center for Organizational Research and Development (CORD), Carl Javier, CEO of PumaPodcast and co-host of The Imaginable Workplace podcast, and Lippy Lipio, a professional coach and OD consultant; hosted and facilitated by Jen Horn, chapter lead of Culture First Manila, and a leadership, culture and wellbeing coach at Haraya Coaching, and Gabby Llamzon, Positive Workplaces learning & development officer.

This will be a highly interactive discussion, with audience polls and breakout rooms! 
Prepare to join in Menti polls / surveys by logging on with your laptop and/or having a spare mobile device to join the Menti.
Prepare to join the breakout rooms by being audio and video-ready to connect with fellow attendees for a 10 to 15-minute conversation!

WHO IS THIS GATHERING FOR? 

  • Founders, CEOs, and managers wanting to become better leaders
  • HR practitioners, coaches, L&D consultants wanting to develop better leaders
  • People trying to figure out how to deal with toxic bosses or managers 

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ABOUT THE FEATURED REACTORS

Toni Mactal is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology, Ateneo de Manila University, and Managing Director at the Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development (CORD)Toni has co-authored psychological tests, published in local and international journals, and contributed as editor and chapter writer in books entitled Workplace Well-being in the Philippines: A Guidebook, Filipino Leadership: Stories and ScienceOrganization Development Practice in the Philippines by the Ateneo de Manila University Press, and Lifeline: A Layperson’s Guide to Helping People in Crisis by Anvil Publishing, Inc.

Carl Javier (@carljavieris the Chief Executive Officer of PumaPodcast, an award-winning podcast and audio production house based in the Philippines while creating content for a global market. He served as COO from 2019-2021 where he helped guide the startup, build systems, make key acquisitions, and develop innovative audio content. He currently hosts The Imaginable Workplace, A Better Normal, and Chino and Carl's Guitar Picks.

Lippy Lipio has more than 15 years of experience in learning & development, OD, and coaching. He is an author at coachlippy.com, is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF). He is also a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach, and a Job and Career Transition and Development Coach Instructor. He works with managers and leaders at all levels to improve and transform individuals and organizations towards improved productivity, meaningful engagement, and better business.

ABOUT THE HOSTS / FACILITATORS

Jen Horn (@jenhorn_ / @pagbubuo) is a facilitator, coach and writer, born and raised in the Philippines. She cultivates connection through spaces for reflection and conversation as one of the co-creators of Ugnayan Cards, as a leadership, culture and wellbeing coach at Haraya Coaching, and as chapter lead of Culture First Manila, so that individuals and teams can unblock courageous and joyful flow. Her curiosities and practice lie in the intersections of culture, creativity, and the wellbeing of individuals, communities and the planet. She shares her learning and the evolution of those ideas through @pagbubuo on Instagram and jenhorn.substack.com.

Gabby Llamzon is a Learning and Development Officer of Positive Workplaces. She is a Registered Psychometrician and is currently taking her Master’s Degree in Psychology, Major in Clinical Psychology at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila. Prior to joining Positive Workplaces, she was a Program Officer at the Philippine Mental Health Association, Inc. (PMHA) and Psychologist 1 at the Department of Health – Ilocos Center for Health Development.

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Facilitators

  • Jen Horn

    Learning Facilitator, Coach, Researcher & Writer

  • Gabby Llamzon

    Positive Workplaces

    Learning & Development Officer

Panelists

  • Toni Mactal

    Ateneo CORD

    Managing Director, Assistant Professor

  • Carl Javier

    PumaPodcast

    CEO

  • Lippy Lipio

    Coach and OD Consultant

Organizer

  • Jen Horn

    Chapter Lead

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