Leadership Training 2019

Leadership training bridges the gap between the type of organizational culture leaders think they are creating and the type of culture they want to create. By introducing leadership and management training programs, leaders will receive feedback on how they are affecting subordinates and what actions and steps can be taken to address areas that need instantaneous attention. Understanding how actions affect others that rely on them, directly and indirectly, is the key difference that is incorporated in effective leaders. Leadership training and development increases their own perspective of how influential they can be and the effects that such influence can cause on the overall culture. Evaluating the effectiveness of leadership helps leaders identify strategies and techniques that can be employed to encourage the durable effectiveness, performance, and productivity of the organization and its members. Management training provides feedback that managers can turn into immediate actions. Just as important as knowing and understanding their weaknesses, great leaders also recognize their strengths. Leadership training provides...
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Talents on display at PCC

Pines City Colleges Basic Education Department (PCC – BED) exhibited its students’ talents during the recently held Talent Festival dubbed as ‘PCC Got Talent’ at the PCC gymnasium. The first of the production began with the singing of the national anthem by the PCC High School Glee Club, followed by the opening act of the Student Supreme Council (SSC). The group wowed the audience as they gracefully delivered a dance routine set to the song 'Feel This Moment' by Pitbull. About 385 students – from kindergartners to 4th Year students, took part in the single-day event, aimed at bringing out their potentials to the uttermost.  The festival served as a platform for both Elementary and High School students to showcase their talents and skills to everyone.   Among the acts during the activity was the singing of a Freddie Aguilar song ‘Ang Ibon’ by the Korean pupils called ‘Koreanoids.’ Moreover, the group serenaded the crowd with wonderful piano pieces. Another highlight of the event was...
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Basic Education Department reaches out to outer city school children

Pines City Colleges Basic Education Department (PCC-BED) extended its reach to elementary schools in the outer city area through a series of outreach programs. Sporting their green T-shirts, PCC Third and Fourth Year students, together with Principal Elvira Ivy T. Manuel and their three class advisers, conducted an outreach at Indaoac Elementary School in Tabaan Sur, Tuba, Benguet, last February 7. The group was divided into four committees: academic, games and prizes, program, and food committees. The students prepared a healthy lunch for all the participants; they also substituted the elementary advisers for an hour of exciting lectures: They also organized and performed several games and presentations for the recipients. Principal Manuel said the program was an opportunity for students to learn how effective an instrument of change they can be. “We like our students to be exposed, to show them that they can do more to help other people.” She added that the activity was a venue to teach the students some skills...
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Higschool Glee Club goes to the ‘Grandfiesta Choral Competition’

Pines City Colleges’ High School Glee Club together with the VP for Administration Ms. Ma. Regina S. Prats (standing: second from left), Coach Mr. Kevin Liban (standing: right), PCC – Basic Education Department Principal Ms. Elvira Ivy T. Manuel (second from right) during the “Grand Fiesta Choral Competition” at the Resorts World Manila in Pasay City last December 11....
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High School Glee Club qualify for National Choral Competition

Pines City Colleges’ (PCC) High School Glee Club sang their way into the finals of the Resorts World Manila National Choral Competition after live auditions. They will break out the holiday cheerat the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Pasay City on December 11, at 7 p.m. The event is part of the Resorts World’s Grand Fiesta 2012. The group of twenty – eight battled it out to be one of the two contenders from the Northern Luzon Region. Other participants will come from Southern Luzon (1), National Capital Region (NCR) (3), Visayas (1), and even as far as Mindanao (1). PCC High School Glee Club coach, Kevin Liban, said: “I am confident that our group will do their best in the competition. We can see that the other participants are good, so, we really prepared for them.” According to Mr. Liban, the choir has gone through intensive trainings and workshops throughout the year. The past weeks, they have focused on the contest piece...
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Secondary students had won several events

Pines City Colleges’ Basic Education Department continues its pursuit of quality education and holistic development as it produces students who are winners – inside and outside the school. “We are making noise. We’re standing up to tell everyone that we have something to give,” the department’s new principal Ms. Elvira Ivy Manuel said. En route to achievement, on October 22, selected high school students gave pride to the school as they took home 9 medals during the exciting Provincial UP Namnama Sirib Ken Saririt held at Easter School. Gold medals were brought home by Grade-Six pupil Kathlyn Fajardo, who won the Declamation category and high school student Darren Joy de Jesus who joined the English Extemporaneous Speech. Silver medal winners were: Patricia Mae Doss (Essay Writing category), Kazmira Julaton(Poster-Making category), and Princess Cadag (Oration category). Bronze medalists for the Quiz Bee were Ranillo Masilungan, Zari Alexis Parel and Katreena Jasmine Fajardo. Lorraine Tubon bagged the bronze medal in the Extemporaneous Speech in Filipino. “Ito...
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