BYC employees continue boosting supervisory skills

COTABATO CITY (May 06, 2024) — Employees of the Bangsamoro Youth Commission continued enhancing their managerial and supervisory skills during the Special Development Course Track II, held from April 29 to May 03 at Alnor Convention Hall in this city.

Aiming to enhance organizational effectiveness and empower employees for peak performance, the five-day course was attended by members of BYC’s Technical Services Division, Admin and Finance Division, including employees from the Commissioner’s office.

The program covered a wide range of topics focused on organizational effectiveness, leadership, communication, and employee empowerment. Specific sessions included organizational communication, listening skills, leadership foundations, situational leadership, performance appraisal, coaching/mentoring, among others.

Topics discussed were honed through interactive exercises and role-playing scenarios, allowing participants to practically execute the concept of each discussion.

These sessions were facilitated by professionals from the CSC for BARMM, who provided a comprehensive spectrum of skills and strategies for effective organizational management and development.

Concluding the program, BYC Commissioner for MagCotSGA Nasserudin Dunding urged employees to realize their fullest potential and remain committed to serving the Bangsamoro youth. He emphasized the importance of implementing the knowledge gained during the week-long training in strengthening the institutional foundation of the Commission.

“We look forward to the topics you’ve learned being beneficial to you in your day-to-day routine at the Commission, particularly in shaping our professional behavior,” said Dunding.

The SDC comprises a series of three (3) tracks. Those who have successfully completed SDC 1 and 2 are strongly encouraged to participate in the SDC Track 3 course. (BYC PR Unit/AAA)