“It is now, more than ever, necessary that political leaders be
outstanding for honesty, integrity and commitment
to the common good …Pope Francis, January 2015.

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    Quezon City, Metro Manila 1100


Servant Leadership For The Common Good

Servant Leadership For The Common Good

His Eminence Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle, D.D.

  • Chairman, Serviam Foundation
  • Keynote Speaker
Public Service in the Scriptures

Public Service in the Scriptures

Bishop Broderick S. Pabillo, D.D.

  • Auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Manila
  • Chair of the Episcopal Commission on Social Action, Justice and Peace of the CBCP
Building Public Trust through Responsible Governance

Building Public Trust through Responsible Governance

BSP Gov. Amando M. Tetangco, Jr.

  • Present, Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)
  • 1992-1994 Alternate Executive Director of the IMF, Washington, D.C
Servant Leadership and Social Justice

Servant Leadership and Social Justice

(Ret. Chief Justice) Hilario G. Davide, Jr.

  • Permanent Representative of the Philippines to the UN in New York
  • Magsaysay Awardee for Government Service
  • Chief Justice of the Philippine from 1998-2005
  • Chairman of the Philippine Truth Commission 2010-2011
The Practice  of Servant  Leadership in Government

The Practice of Servant Leadership in Government

Bro. Armin A. Luistro, FSC

  • Secretary of the Department of Education
  • Chairman, FAPE (Fund for Assistance in Private Education)
  • Chairman, National Advisory Council of the Youth  Commission
  • Co-Chair, UNESCO NCPCE
Responding to Pope Francis’ Challenge on Leadership

Responding to Pope Francis’ Challenge on Leadership

Jesus P. Estanislao, Phd

  • Chairman, Institute of Corporate Directors
  • Chairman, Institute for Solidarity in Asia
  • Professor, University of Asia & the Pacific
  • Chairman, Foundations for People Development


Citizens’ Expectations of Public Service




Miguel ‘Mike’ Castro Enriquez

  • Only Filipino to win the Best Newscaster in the Asian Television held in Singapore
  • 2014 Best Male Presenter of the Paragala Awards
  • 2013 Award of Excellence in Broadcasting of the School Press
  • Advisers Movement
  • 2012 Hall of Fame Awardee of the Anak TV Awards
  • Gold Medal Winner in the New York Festival for SAKSI
Business Sector

Business Sector

Rizalina G.  Mantaring

  • President & Chief Executive Officer Sunlife Financial Philippines
  • 2011 CEO Excel Award (Communication Excellence in Organization)
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of the Philippines
  • Master of Science in Computer Science from the State University of New York
Youth Sector

Youth Sector

Christopher John A. D. Tiu

  • Barangay Kagawad of Urdaneta, Makati
  • Professional Basketball Player
  • TV Host
  • Graduate of Ateneo de Manila University with 2 degrees
    • BS Management Engineering
    • BS Applied Mathematics

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FAQs on Servant Leadership in Public Service Conference


1. What is Servant Leadership?
Servant leadership is an act of service or a way of leading which ensures that other people’s highest priority needs are being acted upon, according to author Kent Keith. Vision & values are established upfront and common goals are shared by both the servant leader and his followers. The difference is the intent to serve first, then to aspire to lead. 

2. What is the Servant Leadership Conference about?
The Conference hopes to bring together and create an awareness among over 1,000 leaders from the three (3) different branches of government all over the country on the meaning and importance of Servant Leadership in public service.

The 2015 Conference is the 2nd of a series of conferences on Servant Leadership as part of Serviam Foundation’s advocacy to propagate Servant Leadership as a way of life in all facets of society, i.e, the family, in government, business, church, media, etc.  The 1st Conference was held in June, 2013 with the theme, Servant Leadership in the Year of Faith with Church leaders as the target market.

3. Why on Public Service?
The SL Conference 2015  is Serviam’s response to Pope Francis’ challenge on leadership in his visit to the Philippines last January.  He said, “It is now, more than ever, necessary that political leaders be outstanding for honesty, integrity and commitment to the common good …  We need leaders who will be able to marshall the moral resources needed to face the demands of the present, and to pass on to coming generations a society of authentic justice, solidarity and peace 
4. Is this politically motivated?
 No, it is not. The Conference is part of Serviam Foundation’s continuing advocacy on Servant Leadership in the family, at work, in government, organizations and communities.
5. What can we learn by attending the SL Conference in Public Service?
The Conference will impart the meaning and relevance of Servant Leadership in public service.  It aims to instill among the participants the desire and commitment to practice Servant Leader ship as a calling in one’s personal life. The conference will open up points for discussion, and for action once back in public service after the weekend.
6. What are the topics and who are the speakers in the Conference?
Our keynote speaker is Serviam Foundation’s chairman, Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, who will dwell on Servant Leadership for the Common Good.  Other confirmed speakers are:

Secretary Armin Luistro of Education will share the Practice of SL in Government.

BSP Gov Amando Tetangco will speak on Building Public Trust through Responsible Governance.

Bishop Broderick Pabillo’s   topic is on Public Service in the Scriptures.

We shall have 2 panel : one is composed of Awardees in public service and the other to give the Citizens’ Expectations of and Challenge to Public Service from the perspectives of business, media, youth and the urban poor.  Mike Enriquez for Media has confirmed his participation.

7. Why are government officials and employees your target participants?
Public service is foremost a function of the government. However, the Conference is also open to NGOs and to all those who serve the public.
8. Why is the schedule on weekdays, and not on weekends?
Targeted participants are on personal time off during the weekend.
9. Why is the conference for 2 days? Can we attend for 1 day only?
Yes, you can attend for 1 day only, upon full payment.  However the design of the Conference is meant for 2 days to meet its full objective.
10. Can we register and reserve ticket/s now then pay later?
Yes, you can register now, but the rate applies at the time of payment. We can accept your registration anytime, but we can only confirm the seats upon payment.
11. Can we register after June 14, 2015?
Yes, if seats will still be available by then.  Higher rates will apply according to the schedule.
12. If we register and pay in full, but nearing the event we cannot attend, can we have our payment refunded?
No, we don’t refund. However you can replace and change the name of the participant until 31 May 2015. At any circumstance, we shall be pleased to treat your registration fee as donation to a worthy cause.
13. Can we avail of Senior Citizen discount?
 The rate we charge is heavily subsidized by Serviam already, so we regret that we cannot extend  discounts.

Thank you for your interest on the Servant Leadership in Public Service Conference.

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