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The Duterte-Cayetano tandem visited the South side of the Metro last Friday, April 8, to hopefully win the hearts of the Southerners.
Although, we were advised beforehand about the traffic along Paranaque, CAA Las Pinas, and Alabang, people still came to see Duterte and Cayetano.
CAA, Las Pinas City
(Photo by Chef Jeffry Sy Lua)
Alabang and Paranaque
People gathered in the open lot in front of Crimson Hotel in Filinvest Alabang, Muntinlupa City.
(Photo by Aero Philip)
Based on the stories they shared online, they waited for 4 hours just to see and hear their presidential bet share their platforms. Furthermore, the waiting game was fulfilling as they felt solidarity even for a moment.
In an article shared by a known mountaineer and leadership speaker in Australia, Patrick Hollingworth, he shared his nine key things to do and nine questions that every person, especially leaders, should consider answering before anything else.
Patrick has categorized the questions into three principles (Get Ready, Get Set, Go). Although, they are designed for corporate teams, I thought that these questions will definitely help us gauge who’s who and which is which.
Here are the following questions:
- Get Ready – these are the questions our future leaders and we must answer to ensure the sturdiness of our foundation. This way the team will understand the style, approach, which is essential to get the job done.
- How will we do it?
- Who’s on board?
- What’s out there?
- Get Set – these are the questions that will put everyone to work together. The ultimate goal is for the future leader to run with compassion and solidarity.
- Where are we going?
- What’s in it for us?
- What are the risks?
- Go – these are the questions once the new term has begun.
- How will we keep going?
- What have we learned?
- What’s next?
Furthermore, basic leadership is not that hard. I believe that “sa tamang panahon” (right time) and if we are disciplined enough to follow simple rules, we will get there
How about you, if you were to ask a candidate, what question would it be?
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