As we approach the new year, it's the perfect time to recalibrate and find your focus. Everyone has inherent strengths and talents--but not everyone knows how to properly harness their natural talents towards carving out a successful professional development plan. In this course, participants will work with Gallup-certified Strengths Coach Atty. Dexter Diwas to understand Clifton Strengths and build their professional plans for 2023. [Fee is inclusive of the assessment]
Use this ticket if you wish to attend via Zoom.
Standard Price: ₱4,000 + 10% | $73.00 - For online payments through credit card or Paypal, with an additional tariff due to service charges.
Standard Price ₱4,000 $73
Use this ticket if you wish to attend onsite.
Standard Price: ₱5,000 + 10% | $91.00 - For online payments through credit card or Paypal, with an additional tariff due to service charges. Ensures a quick entrance to the event.
Standard Price ₱5,000 $91
Atty. Dexter Diwas
CEO & Founder of Diwas Law
Dexter Diwas is a graduate of Speech and Theatre Arts from Siliman University, Dumaguete City. He completed his Juris Doctor degree at Saint Louis University, Baguio City in 2011. He is also a graduate of Haggai Leader Experience from Haggai Institute, Maui, Hawaii, USA.
After passing the 2011 bar, he ventured into private practice for two (2) years specializing in employer-employee relations. He then joined the government as a Public Attorney where he gained further experience handling Criminal, Civil, Administrative and Labor Cases. As a Public Attorney, he was assigned as the resident Drugs Court lawyer of RTC 61 in Baguio City.
After five years in government service, he established DIWAS LIWAS as well as POINT 3750 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES. Both became avenues for his advocacies.
On September 1, 2021, he was awarded as one of the five (5) OUTSTANDING CITIZENS of BAGUIO for 2021 under the category - Professional Service, mainly for his work as a Legal Wellness and Prison Reform Advocate and as a Strengths Coach.
On October 26, 2021, he joined United Nations office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as the National Program Officer for Prison Reform. Currently, he is working as a National Consultant for UNODC under its Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Pillar at the same time managing DIWAS Law and point 3750 training and development services.