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RA 9163

enabled the establishment of National Service Training Program for Tertiary Level students with an aim to promote civic consciousness among the youth and inculcate in them the spirit of nationalism and advance their involvement in public and civic affairs.

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January 23, 2002

When is NSTP signed into law

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NSTP

develops youth's physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual, and social well-being while promoting defense readiness and service ethics. Its components are aimed to increase young involvement in the community.

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ROTC

• A program institutionalized under Sections 38 and 39 of Republic Act No. 7077. • Motivate, train, organize, and mobilize tertiary students for national security readiness.

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Reserve Officers' Training Corps

ROTC

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LTS

• A program that trains students to teach literacy and numeracy to schoolchildren, out-of-school youth, and other groups.

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Literacy Training Service

LTS

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CWTS

• It includes programs or activities that improve the health, education, environment, entrepreneurship, safety, recreation, and morality of the citizenry.

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Civic Welfare Training Service

CWTS

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Article 2 Section 13

the state recognizes the vital role of the youth in nation building.

By promoting and protecting your physical, moral, spiritual, intellectual and social well-being.

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Article 2 Section 4

The prime duty of the government is to serve and protect people.

The government may require people in accordance to law for personal/military service/civic service.

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Article 2 of 1987 law

Declaration of Principle/ state policies

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Estañol (2007)

defines the human person as having physical, spiritual, emotional, and intellectual attributes.

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St. Thomas Aquinas

describes the human person as having physical and spiritual substance because he/she has a soul and is created by a Superior being with divine purpose.

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Dictionaries

define the human person as a "self-conscious animal".

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Eddie Babor 2007

"The Human Person: Not Real, But Existing'

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RELIGIOUS HOSPITALITY FLEXIBLE/MAGALING MAKIBAGAY BAYANIHAN SYSTEM DAMAYAN SYSTEM COMPASSIONATE

Filipino Values

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Transformational Leadership

Is a leadership style in which leaders encourage, inspire, and motivate employees to innovate and create change.

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Transactional leadership

promotes follower conformity through rewards and punishments. Transactional leaders encourage followers short-term via rewards and penalties.

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Differences

Transactional leadership focuses on processes, control, and a tight management structure.

Transformational leadership needs collaboration, communication, and teamwork to inspire others to follow.

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Similarities

Both techniques involve leaders and followers who profit from each other; both are motivational; and both have inherent aims. Both transactional and transformative leadership can benefit subordinate groups, according to research.

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Ethics and Integrity

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Quality and Excellence

Q

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Unity and Collaboration

U

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Achievement and Compassion

A

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Leadership and Innovation

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A leading Higher Education Institution that prepares visionary and ethical leaders who shall create positive impact to society.

UDM Vision

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Universidad de Manila is committed to provide equal opportunities by developing learners' knowledge, skills, and values, through quality education and dynamic technology-driven systems, in a diverse yet inclusive environment for learning, research, and community engagement.

UDM Mission

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Uplifting Lives Through Quality Education

Motto

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Group dynamics

Attitudes, behaviors patterns and forces between groups.

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Development

In each stage, members' behaviors or interactions may alter. You can review members' activities during these steps to help the group fulfill its purpose and become a high-performing team.

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Roles

These emergent roles are often referred to as emergent roles and can be an area of concern for a manager or staff member.

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Principles and norms

These principles and norms can define the group's values, goals, behavior, or work processes.

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Size

People in smaller groups of 10 or less may have more opportunities to participate and develop stronger relationships with one another. Larger groups have the opportunity to spread out their work more, lightening the workload. This also gives them access to more diverse opinions and ideas.

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Development, Roles, Principles and Norms, Size

Elements of Group Dynamics

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  • Shared purpose

  • Trust and Openness

  • Willing to correct mistakes

  • Diversity and inclusion

  • Interdependence and a Sense of Belonging

  • Consensus Decision Making

  • Participative Leadership

7 Characteristics of Team Dynamics

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1 Forming 2 Storming 3 Norming 4 Performing 5 Adjourning

Development

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1 Work roles 2 Maintenance roles 3 Blocking roles

Roles

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1 Social arrangement 2 Resource Allocation 3 Performance 4 Appearance

Norms

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Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time bound

SMART

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Trust and Openness

Team members need to feel safe to share information and ideas without fear of punishment or embarrassment. Leaders must also ensure that everyone will meet their deadlines and carry out their assigned tasks. As a leader, it is your responsibility to build accountability.

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Willingness to correct mistakes

A successful team must establish the appropriate processes for measurement and evaluation. Track your work and be willing to change course if results are not where they should be. A successful team will look for opportunities to learn from the situation and will not let past mistakes limit their future success.

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Diversity and Inclusion

Winning teams leverage the different thoughts and ideas held by each member. Be sure to encourage diversity within your team so it can settle on the best idea, not the easiest one. In a cross-functional team, you may achieve diversity simply by mixing members from different departments.

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Interdependence and a Sense of Belonging

Each team member should know why they are part of the team. If a new team is created for a special project, the team leader must establish this up front. Team members can work together to make it happen without keeping tabs on how much they give or take.

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Consensus Decision Making

The key is consensus decision making which requires the right processes to be in place. Decision-making meetings must begin with a clearly defined desired outcome to focus the group. Designate a facilitator and timekeeper. The process continues with information gathering, analysis, brainstorming, and evaluation.

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Participative Leadership

Micro-managers stifle creativity and undermine an employee's sense of ownership, confidence and trust by encouraging a climate of fear. Participative leaders step back and give members the space to work autonomously. Instead of controlling their group, they provide resources, guidance, and information

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Shared purpose

The difference between a team and a group is that a team has a shared goal. Effective goals should be Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time-bound. Our course on setting SMART goals will help you to focus efforts, keep you accountable, and help you attain your goals.

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S - Safety and Security

E - ducation and Literacy

R - ecreation and Wellness

V - alues Formation and Moral Recovery

I - ndustry and Entrepreneurship

C - are for Health

E - nvironment Awareness

SERVICE abbreviation

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National Service Training Program

was also known as “An Act Establishing the National Service Training Program (NSTP) for Tertiary Level Students, Amending for the Purpose Republic Act No. 7077- Presidential Decree no. 1706, and for other Purposes” or Republic Act No. 9163.

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Human as Social Being Human as Physical being Human as Rational being

Define these on your own words

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