Photo Caption: LIFE-LONG LEARNERS. Graduates of CLICK1, CLICK2, and CLICK3 with Assistant Executive Secretary of the Office of the President Atty. Lynn Danao Moreno (front, third from left), DOH Undersecretary, incoming NUCESO President, and CLICK1 graduate Dr. Enrique Tayag (front, fourth from left), DAP President, DAP-GSPDM Dean Dr. Lizan Perante-Calina (front, fifth from left), and DAP President and CEO Atty. Engelbert Caronan, Jr., (front, eighth from left) and AEV FVP for External Relations Chris Camba (front, ninth from left).

The Executive Course on Leadership, Innovation, Communication, and Knowledge Management
(CLICK) is looking for its next batch of inspired leaders and public servants. The CLICK program
complements government’s efforts in instilling a citizen centric government service. It provides a unique learning experience for government officials who are then empowered to immediately
implement their insights in line with the Ease of Doing Business (EODB) Act.

Now on its fourth cycle, CLICK 4, the innovative and immersive program provides a learning environment where senior government officials elevate and expand their skills to become transformative leaders. This enables them to ignite change by best serving their communities amidst the challenges of a rapidly changing world. The CLICK program, launched in 2020 was a result of a tripartite agreement between Aboitiz Equity Ventures (AEV), the Development Academy of the Philippines-Graduate School of Public and Development Management (DAP-GSPDM), and the National Union of Career Executive Service Officers (NUCESO).

Originally conceptualized at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CLICK program has proven to be a successful module in challenging government officials to transform bureaucracy well
beyond pandemic-related challenges. For its upcoming fourth batch, CLICK will include an immersion foreign study trip to Israel, which has been popularly referred to as the Start-Up Nation. There, select co-learners can expect to be introduced to technological innovations and best practices that they will be able to translate and emulate in their service, and expand their global network to include change-makers from across the world.

President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos, Jr. rallied recent graduates of the program to use what they have learned to streamline the processes of bureaucracy and develop the capacity to anticipate
predictable circumstances in the workplace. “As you improve your capacity and calibrate your skills
from training and experience, I remind you to stay grounded and humble stewards of public trust. Take to heart that, no after your laurels and achievements, we are here in the government to change lives for the better and to ensure that our nation reaches its full potential in the years ahead,” the President added.

“For our part in the Aboitiz Group, we continue to believe in the importance of strong partnerships between the government and the private sector in addressing the needs of the Filipino people. Together with DAP and NUCESO, we will continue to strengthen and develop the program to support our government career service officers and equip them with a comprehensive set of leadership and management capabilities,” said Aboitiz Group President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Sabin Aboitiz.  Civil Service Commission Chairman Karlo Nograles for his part said -the course/program empowers stronger leadership and strategic management skills to keep abreast with the demands and standards of ever-changing public service.

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