CES Board bares finalists to search for outstanding career executives
Tacloban City (August 21) -- The Career Executive Service Board recently announced the names of the finalists to the 2007 Search for Outstanding Career Executive Officers Program.
The nine finalists include Barretto, Serafin Jr. Petronio, Jail Sr. Supt./ Regional Director, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology-NCR; Baua, Maria Lourdes Taguinod, Assistant Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry; Brioso, Rudy Palanas, Plant Manager of the National Power Corporation (Pulangi IV HEP); Donato, Ellen Bawing, Schools Division Superintendent, Department of Education (Division of Baguio City); and Laureano, Carmelita Amat, Assistant Vice-President, PhilHealth-IV-A.
The other finalists are Mantilla, Chona Moralda, OIC, Regional Director of the Department of Labor and Employment-Caraga Region; Rimando, Milagros Aro, Regional Director, National Economic and Development Authority-II; Valera, Joel Batac, Regional Caretaker, Department of Trade and Industry; and Villaseca, Rosalinda Espra, Administrator & Concurrent Officer-In-Charge, Cooperative Development Authority-XI.
The CESB requests for any relevant information, whether positive or negative, from any source about the above-mentioned finalists. The said information must be sent to and received by the CESB not later than Friday, 7 SEPTEMBER 2007.
All information received by CESB beyond the said date shall no longer be considered in the final deliberations for determining the competition winners. All information received by CSEB shall be considered with strict confidentiality.
Any information must be forwarded to the Office of the Executive Director, Career Executive Service Board at No. 3 Marcelino Street, Holy Spirit Drive, Diliman, Quezon City or email it at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Search for Outstanding Career Executive Officers Program is open only to career executive officers and third level eligibles whether career execurive service eligibles or career service executive eligibles.
Performance excellence will be validated and assessed in terms of the nominee's outstanding achievements and exemplary leadership. Outstanding achievements include value-adding ideas, cost-saving procedures, innovative programs/projects, and other meaningful contributions made by the nominee in the last five (5) years.
A nominee must be an incumbent/occupant of a Third Level position at the time of nomination; must have a performance rating of at least "Very Satisfactory" or its equivalent for the last two rating periods prior to nomination; must never have been found guilty of any administrative or criminal offense involving moral turpitude; and must have no pending administrative or criminal case at the time of nomination.
Criteria for the evaluation of the nominee's accomplishments include: noteworthiness, impact, reliability, and effectiveness of the outstanding accomplishment or contribution, and the nominee's consistency of performance. Exemplary leadership shall be assessed based on the nominee's demonstrated competencies in leading change, developing and leading people, working for results, managing resources and technologies, building partnerships, and exemplifying integrity.
At stake is a P50,000 cash award. Awardees shall be given a Plaque of Recognition containing the citation and signature of the Chairperson of the Career Executive Service Board. Awardees shall also be nominated to the Civil Service Commission Honor Awards Program and may expect their success stories to be documented for possible publication in tri-media form. (PIA 8) [top]