Two years in a row? Leadership conference at Oakridge Business Park
Last year’s “AIM High” Leadership conference held at the Pavilion of Oakridge Business Park in A.S. Fortuna, Mandaue was a success. It was put together by the LH Foundation, Inc. with Bro. Bo Sanchez, Francis Kong, Joey Concepcion and Coach Norman Black as the speakers.
The conference received positive responses and was well attended by Cebuanos – students, businessmen & professionals alike. The net proceeds were donated for the charitable projects of the Sacred Heart School –Ateneo de Cebu Alumni Association (SHS-AAA), the official Alumni Association of the Sacred Heart School – Ateneo de Cebu, which comprises of more than 5,000 alumni members made up of many of Cebu’s prominent business leaders today.
There are talks that the LH Foundation will once again hold another leadership conference this July 27, 2012 at the Pavilion of Oakridge Business Park. The said conference will focus on a different theme that will revolve around sports and on being a champion in one’s respective field. The roster of speakers for this year’s conference has not been revealed as of this writing. However, it is expected that it will be another set of esteemed speakers that will entertain and enlighten conference attendees, most of whom will be young professionals, parents, teachers and students.
At the moment, the LH Foundation, Inc. has not posted official details to confirm the leadership conference. More details will be posted as soon as the organization has confirmed.
A month ago, I wrote in my facebook status message that I got ill because of Alberto’s Pizza Mabolo Branch. It caught their attention and the issue was investigated and came out with the conclusion that it is impossible that I could have gotten ill (ameobiasis) from eating their pizza.
I could have probed more and asked a separate organization to conduct the investigation but it would really be a big hassle to both parties. The damage has been done, thank god I’m alive and well, although I missed a lot at work but there is nothing more thankful than being alive.
It’s a lesson learned for both of me and the company.