Inviting everyone to this weekend’s 1st Metro Area Council Meeting and Avante Training Sessions!

Date: Jan 19, 2019 (Saturday)

Venue: Alabang Country Club


Attire: LO shirt

ACM Assessment Fee: P500

Avante Assessment Fee: JCI Rate P500, Non-JCI member: P700

*If you are registered to the ACM, you may attend Avante.  If you are registered to Avante, you may attend the ACM.

Hoping to see everyone there!

Avante Session: Digital Marketing by Sean Si

Sean Si does speaking engagements throughout the Philippines. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of SEO Hacker, an SEO and internet marketing company. His expertise in the field has drawn the attention of business and company owners, internet marketers, event organizers, bloggers, and other people interested in penetrating the booming internet market of the Philippines and abroad.

He has shared the stage and worked with some of the biggest names in public speaking industry. Namely: Francis Kong, Chinkee Tan, Randell Tiongson, Anthony Pangilinan, Carlo Ople, former president, Joseph (Erap) Estrada, former president, Fidel V. Ramos, and Manuel V. Pangilinan to name a few.

Avante session: Lego Serious Play

David O’Hagan

Co-Founder and Chief Firecracker Kick Fire Kitchen David likes to keep things simple. Although his professional career spans 7 countries and crosses the disciplines of professional development, coaching, sales, speaking, and facilitation, as Chief Firecracker at Kick Fire Kitchen, he is singularly focused on firing up collaboration and innovation within teams and organizations.

Inspired engagement and communication regularly generates enhanced results and success, both individually and corporately. He regularly volunteers in the communities he lives in; with schools, churches, teams, and has even tucked kids with life-threatening illnesses into bed, dressed up as a rabbit mayor.

David has a tech-focused MBA and is certified in the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® method. One of his favorite quotes is Plato’s “You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.”