Retooling: Transforming the Organization to Achieve Desired Results
Early Eagle Rate:
Both new recruits and oldtimers need some retooling in order to meet the performance expectations of the organization.
Nobody really comes fully ready for a job. For the old timers, there is always a need to refresh,
upgrade and acquire greater skills. Even old dogs must learn new tricks. Retooling people is not just about improving their capabilities. It is also about re- orienting them to the new directions of the enterprise. It is, likewise, about changing attitudes and behavior, about creating a healthier corporate culture, and about adopting more responsive approaches to greater customer service. Retooling is a continuous process of organizational development.
Who should attend
This program aims to enhance and deepen the knowledge and understanding of the HRM functions and
is primarily intended for professional HR practitioners and entrepreneurs who see the need to strengthen their people management skills.
This program aims to enhance and deepen the knowledge and understanding of the HRM functions and is primarily intended for professional HR practitioners and entrepreneurs who see the need to strengthen their people management skills.
I. Identify Gaps in Individual Competencies and Organizational Capabilities
II. Education, Training, Coaching and Mentoring as Key Strategies of Transformation
III. Employee Induction and Development Process
IV. Organizational Structure and Systems Redesign
Mr. Angelito “Lito” J. Domingo was previously the Vice President of Human Resource at RAMCAR – Battery Group and the Executive Managing Director for Human Resources (HR) of the Asian Institute of Management (AIM).
Mr. Domingo has more than 20 years of experience managing people in organizations in both Government and Private Sector. Beginning with his stint as a Military Officer in the Philippine Army he rose from Executive Officer to Brigade Staff Officer. This was followed by other positions from the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC). In the corporate sector he
started with Integrated Computer Systems then Malayan Towage & Salvage Corporation, and finally RAMCAR – Battery Group.