Last October 24, 2015, Paolo Evalle of EDC conducted a training session for the incoming JCI Alabang Board of Directors at a residence in Ayala Alabang Village.
Paolo discussed concepts from The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni. The morning was spent in discussing how absence of trust and fear of conflict can hinder a team from functioning properly and how can leaders and members overcome them. It was an interactive session where Paolo shared some of his experiences managing and working in teams here in Manila, London, Barcelona, and Kuala Lumpur.
This session is very timely since the 2016 Board of Directors is still newly formed, it is important that they work well as a team and lead different project teams.
Thank you Paolo for taking the time to go to Alabang! We appreciate it.
About the speaker – Paolo Evalle
Paolo Evalle is an experienced strategist and project manager having six years of consulting and industry exposure within banking and consumer goods.
He has solid qualifications in strategy/market entry development, opportunity identification and project execution in corporate, SME and transaction banking, business ownership and branding within sales and marketing functions of FMCG businesses, having worked in local FMCG like Unilever, Johnson and Johnson, and HSBC, as well as abroad at Citibank Investment Banking in London and at AT Kearney in Kuala Lumpur. He was also part of the team that helped GrabTaxi expand in the Philippines. He now works for EDC leading a team for renewable energy.
In addition to extensive exposure in urban and rural areas of the Philippines, possesses a strong network in Asia-Pacific, the Americas and Europe due to professional and educational background, which includes an MBA degree from IESE Business School Spain, as well as an Business Admin and Accounting degree from UP.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Paolo Evalle, a training session
Oct 24, 2015 – Ayala Alabang Village
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