Applied Democracy Workshop

21 Apr to 22 Apr

When the government shuts you down, the most common uncompetitive behavior in the Philippines isn't monopolies or cartels, it's a form of corporate homicide where a business interest instigates the government to shut down a rival.

The ECCP Competency Hub, in partnership with GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications, Inc., is inviting you to join this two-part online workshop on Applied Democracy on April 21 & 22, 2022 from 02:00 pm to 04:00 pm (GMT +8) via Zoom.

Below are some of the significant topics which will be discussed during the session:

  • The Road to Shutdown

While some of these shutdowns are clear in their intent, most of them are bureaucratic blindsides that don't look so serious at first.

  • Leadership Blindspot

Often the very qualities that make for an effective business leader are the very thing that get in the way of recognizing the true nature

of the threat or how to deal effectively with it.

  • Behind the Curtain

What actually happens when the government is prompted to go after your company? What are the conditions that make you an easy

target? What are the safeguards you have in place that will fail when the time comes?

  • Fighting Back

5 Proven techniques for fighting back when a national line agency moves against you

  • Hard Target

Effective deterrents to prevent government attacks from ever getting off the ground

  • Workshop

How to plan your defense strategy

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