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Gawad Maestro Awards 2016

The PSTD WLP Gawad Maestro Awards seeks to honor and recognize individuals and organizations that have demonstrated leadership and creativity in improving Learning and Development

The Awards shall honor individuals and organizations that have demonstrated leadership and creativity in improving performance. The categories are as follows: Outstanding Learning and Development Professional, Outstanding Learning and Development Manager, Outstanding Learning and Development Organizational Champion, Outstanding Learning and Development Program/ Intervention and Outstanding Learning and Development Leader Extraordinaire.

MISSION

Honor outstanding individuals and organizations that have demonstrated leadership and creativity in improving organizational performance.

The Award Winners
June 2, 2016 at Boracay Island, Aklan Philippines
Outstanding L&D Leader Extraordinaire

Victor Magdaraog, President

Development Dimensions International Philippines, Inc.

Outstanding L&D Organizational Champion

PJ Lhuillier Inc.

Jean Henri Lhuillier , CEO and President
Gian Louise Sasan, L&D Supervisor, LDD/HRDD
Betty Lou Fetalvero-Narvaez, L&D Department Manager
Ma. Veronica Valiente, Division Manager

Outstanding L&D Manager

Eileen D. Reyes

Vice President, Career Planning & Development Head
Security Bank Corporation Academy

Outstanding L&D Program of the Year

Maynilad: Maynilad 8 Key Steps to Service Excellence

Ramoncito Hernandez, President
Mitchie Arcaina, L&D Head

Outstanding L&D Program of the Year

Security Bank Corporation : Better Banking Experience

Alfonso Salcedo, Jr., President and CEO
Alma Horn, SBC Academy Head, Security Bank Corporation Academy

Outstanding L&D Professional

Rowell V. Mariano

L&D Specialist
Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc.

Videos

Oustanding L&D Professional – Mr. Rowell V. Mariano

Outstanding L&D Organizational Champion – P.J. Lhuillier Inc.

Outstanding L&D Program of the Year – Better Banking Experience (Security Bank)

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