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2021 Year-end assessment and planning for 2022 held as DOLE eyes efficient programs’ implementation

Tabuk City, Kalinga - A two-day 2021 Year-end Performance Assessment and 2022 Planning for the DOLE - Regional Office No. 02 commenced in this city earlier today, with an aim to assess the regional office’s performance for the previous year as well as plan and strategize for better implementation of programs and services for 2022. 


DOLE Regional Director Joel M. Gonzales led the said activity while also sharing his expertise as he set perspective for the current year, including the needed approaches to better implement DOLE programs. 


In order to achieve success moving forward, we must know the uniqueness of our Region. We must reframe our perspective to set ourselves to achieve more and help a greater number of beneficiaries,” Director Gonzales said.


As support to the aforementioned, Assistant Regional Director Jesus Elpidio B. Atal, Jr. shall also discuss concepts for organizational success, with a focus on nurturing interconnections and professional relationships which has a direct link to whether or not an organization achieves success. 


DOLE RO2 divisions and field offices also presented facilitating and hindering factors behind 2021 accomplishments, hoping to continue and possibly improve upon its best practices while also looking to refine approaches that hindered success during the previous year. 


The regional office has its work cut out for the current year as the DOLE’s climb into the Top 10 in 2022 National Government Agencies (NGAs) budget allocation means more beneficiaries shall be catered and assisted, especially the disadvantaged ones, with the end goal of ensuring that their rights are upheld and protected. ###

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