Webinar in Taipa focuses on interpersonal skills development

By MIRAFLOR RIMERATA and VINCE T. BASCO

Date Posted: July 26, 2022

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A webinar organized by the Christian Family Organizations leadership of the Local Congregation of Taipa, Ecclesiastical District of Macau, proved helpful in providing the brethren with ideas on how to improve their interpersonal skills set. The activity was held via videoconferencing on June 24, 2022.

Dubbed “Basic Human Needs for Engagement,” the webinar was led by Eunica Martinez, a KADIWA finance officer. Using materials prepared by the CFO leadership, she taught the attendees the elements of a strong leader-teammate relationship and their importance. She pointed out to the brethren the importance of having trust, fostering hope, as well as keeping up one’s competencies, among others.

The speaker emphasized to the brethren that building on these elements will greatly help an individual in their professional, as well as personal lives.

Brother Roly Tuazon, resident minister, supervised the activity and gave biblical reminders to the brethren after the discussion. He exhorted them that to succeed in life, more than anything, they should have holy fear in God and obey His commandments taught to them by the Church Administration.

“Attending this activity on building and strengthening interpersonal relationships is indeed helpful. What we learned can even be applied for strengthening the family,” said Jolly Acupan, local Buklod vice president. — With reports from INC News Section

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