Lead like Jesus -Press conference

Stacker Burger, East Wood , Libis -Quezon City-Philippines

 Mr. Luis Q. Magalong led the introduction

Lead Like Jesus is a group of committed individuals on mission to integrate Jesus into the lives and leadership of as many people as possible. Recognizing leaders as anyone who influences the thinking, behavior, or development of others, the message of Lead Like Jesus impacts all people at the core of their leadership – their heart. Whether you are a parent, business leader, pastor, coach, student or teacher, Jesus is the perfect model for influencing in all your relationships.  Throughout His life, Jesus demonstrated the ability to love His Father and love people while helping them grow into the role of world changers.

Mr. Ken Blanchard was a best-selling business author and guru long before he co-founded the Lead Like Jesus movement. It was only after many years of academic study and experience that he came to conclude:

“I realized that Christians have more in Jesus than just a great spiritual leader: we have a practical and effective leadership model for all organizations, for all people, for all situations. The more I read the Bible, the more I realized that Jesus did everything I ever taught or wrote about over the years and He did it perfectly. He is simply the greatest leadership model for all time.“

Mr. Boris Joaquin was sharing the Lead Like Jesus for Teens — IGNITE Student Leadership during the Bloggers Meet-Up at Eastwood

Mr. Boris Joaquin is a social evangelist and an inspirational speaker

He is a Master Trainer and Accredited Facilitator for Servant Leadership, Leading Without the Title, Power to Persuade, Moving into Management among others.

 Gifted with a unique blend of a penchant for communication, a strategic and creative mind, a valuing for relationships, networking ease and natural leadership, Boris puts his skills to meaningful use.

Website: http://borisjoaquin.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Boris-Joaquin/157068977708211





Criminal charges against Devina Dediva

Devina DeDiva might be in for more trouble after a Filipinos residing in Singapore reportedly filed a police case against her for the racially insensitive comments she posted on her Facebook account.

DeDiva, who mocked the crowning of Young as the newest Miss World and then slighted the Filipino race by calling them underprivileged, filthy and uneducated maids, is facing charges that could put her in jail for a maximum of three years with a fine up to $5,000 (Singaporean Dollar).

“Miss Philippines is Miss World? What a joke? I didn’t know those maids have anything else in them. Hahaha,” DeDiva posted on her Twitter account.

Singapore is imposing a strict law prohibiting its citizens from mocking another race through acts, words and publications, which includes posts and comments on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Facebook screen shots

“Under the Sedition Act, anyone found guilty of promoting feelings of ill-will and hostility between different races or class of the population of Singapore can be fined up to $5,000 or jailed up to three years, or both.”

According to several posts by Filipino netizens on Twitter, Singapore-based Mr. Anthony Benedicto filed the police case against DeDiva, who was initially reported an Indian national working in the country. She was also thought a student of Manchester University, but the Indiana based institution cleared that it has no student named Devina DeDiva.

Manchester University (Indiana, USA) has been mistakenly associated with an individual Devina DeDiva today after she made racist comments regarding the recently crowned Miss World from the Philippines. To clear up any confusion, the University has confirmed that Devina DeDiva has never been a student at Manchester University.

Philippine Daily Inquirer twitter account reported the termination of Devina Dediva : https://twitter.com/InqEnt/status/385740031802880000

Benedicto confirmed to the International Business Times (Australia Edition) on Friday that he indeed filed criminal charges against DeDiva and police has already started its investigation.

Devina is  working as an assistant teacher in a pre-school  in Singapore where her  superiors are Filipinos  which brought the issues to the management .

Links: http://au.ibtimes.com/articles/511210/20131004/miss-world-devina-dediva-megan-young.htm


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