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Ateneo, Ayala Corp to Hold Forum About Leadership During Crisis

Senator Sonny Angara, Ayala Corporation's Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, and Ateneo University's Fr. Roberto C. Yap, SJ will be the speakers for the event!

What makes a good public servant or leader? For some, a good leader may be someone who listens to the people and acts on it. For others, it could be someone who proposes bills and laws that are beneficial to the majority. But in a health crisis like what we are experiencing now, one qualification resonates with all of us: preparedness and objectivity.

For many Filipinos nowadays, a good public servant is always prepared for any emergency and makes sure that everyone, no matter what social class, is treated the same and provided equal services. But how do we do just that? (Read: The Pope’s Prayer Intention for March 2021)

This is what the Ateneo School of Government (ASoG) and the Ayala Corporation hope to tackle in their upcoming forum!

Leadership During Crisis

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Photo from Ayala Corporation Facebook

In their joint forum, entitled Leadership During Crisis: Ensuring a Resilient Economy through Public-Private Collaboration, ASoG and Ayala Corporation will talk about the current private-public collaborations that are addressing the pandemic, and explore possible future projects that will help the country prepare for similar pandemics.

These speakers and leaders include Senator Sonny Angara, Ayala Corporation’s Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, and Fr. Roberto C. Yap, SJ of the Ateneo De Manila University. (Read: Civil Engineer Tells Eye-Opening Stories Through Artworks)

Panel discussions will also be included in the virtual forum, where private and public sector leaders will participate in to share their thoughts on the aforementioned collaborations.

The Leadership During Crisis: Ensuring a Resilient Economy through Public-Private Collaboration forum will be held on March 3, 9 AM to 12 NN via Zoom and Facebook Live. Seats are limited and are on a first-come, first-serve basis, so sign up now at bit.do/resiliencecon!

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