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> MODULE OVERVIEW

MODULE 1

P’NOY SOCIAL CONTRACT ON THE GROUND

The 2013 synchronized national and local elections usher in old and new public officials into their fresh mandates to govern the Filipino as they have sworn and promised before and after they were elected. Despite the different campaign platforms of candidates from different parties, it is imperative that the country moves forward with cohesion from the national level down to the local level...

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This first module expounds on the concept of a social contract and its use as a tool for transformational leadership and governance. It presents P’noy’s Social as an example and as a proposed template for the NEO’s social contract for their respective LGUs.



MODULE 2

DECENTRALIZATION AND GOVERNANCE

Component II: Reinventing Public Service

The demand for greater political, fiscal and administrative autonomy by local governments has been evolving in the Philippines, even decades before the 1991 Code was enacted. Due to the archipelagic nature of the country, the delivery of public goods and services had to undergo a tedious process, causing development backlogs. Thus significant measures have been attempted in the past to articulate the concept of autonomy and self-rule...

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This first module expounds on the concept of a social contract and its use as a tool for transformational leadership and governance. It presents P’noy’s Social as an example and as a proposed template for the NEO’s social contract for their respective LGUs.



Module 3

Creating Local Economic Development (LED)
Champions

The role local government leaders play in driving economic growth is more important than ever. LGU executives can be harnessed as sparkplugs of local economic development in their locality. They can ignite the different players involved in improving productivity and competitiveness, and steer them in the same direction as they pursue their various interests. In leading the economic reform of their LGUs, LGU executives and officials need to take on a more client-focused, results-oriented and innovative approach to local economic development. They need to be open to trying out new ideas to address old needs or problems, willing to take carefully managed risk to design and implement strategic yet unique or unconventional options, and able to take advantage of opportunities and deal with threats given limited resources and capacity.

The module sets the tone for a successful LED initiative in the LGU by providing participants with a clear understanding of the concept, principles and process underpinning local economic development and an appreciation of the entrepreneurial leadership mindset that is necessary in the LED process. It examines the role of an entrepreneurial leader in promoting and sustaining local economic development. The module emphasizes the importance of...

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