TP’s New Leadership Development Center in Vertis North Promotes Lifelong Learning for Leaders
Teleperformance in the Philippines, the global leader in digitally integrated business services, continues its advocacy for lifelong learning through the launch of its second Leadership Development Center (LDC).
Located at TP Vertis North, the LDC facility focuses on upskilling TP leaders and employees for the workplace of the future. Just like the first LDC which is housed at TP Aura in Taguig City, the facility is fully equipped with an e-learning center, mini library, audio-visual equipment, and other resources leadership trainees may need.
Led by the Learning and Development (L&D) team, there is a variety of trainings being run in the LDC, from technical courses such as Lean Six Sigma and Data Analytics and Data Visualization to creative leadership modules such as Public Speaking and Presentations skills and the Power of Story-Telling.
Helping launch the facility was UP Chancellor Michael Tan, PhD who was specially invited for his work on promoting Diversity and Inclusion in the country, a pillar of sustainable growth that Teleperformance is committed on delivering throughout all its work spaces.
With its commitment to building an inclusive culture and being an equal opportunity employer, Teleperformance Philippines was the first-ever firm in the country to achieve certification as Great Place to Work® for two years in a row. It implements continuous improvement and development programs to ensure that all TP employees are supported with people programs, trainings, and world-class equipment that help enable growth for all its employees.
The TP Vertis North business site itself has been thoughtfully designed to support a culture that is focused on health and wellness, as well as to provide a fun and welcoming workplace. The site features rest and relaxation areas such as themed lounges and nap rooms. There are cash-operated massage chairs whose proceeds go to the company’s corporate social responsibility program Citizen of the World (COTW) which supports a host of partner-beneficiaries such as orphanages and homes for the elderly.
The TP Vertis North business site also has gender-neutral bathrooms, lactation rooms, a clinic, and a well-appointed gym with trainers from Elorde Boxing Gym, as well as entertainment spaces with billiards, karaoke, board games and game consoles.
To learn more about Teleperformance Philippines and their business solutions, you may visit their website at www.teleperformance.ph/en-us or their Facebook page at /teleperformance.philippines.