Lirio O. Mapa
FranklinCovey Philippines

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Lirio Ongpin-Mapa
Executive Coach, Senior Consultant, Facilitator, and Key Note Speaker
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Lirio is the Vice President at the Center for Leadership and Change, Inc. (CLCI), the Philippine partner of FranklinCovey.

As an executive coach, senior consultant, and accredited FranklinCovey facilitator, Lirio conducts workshops in leadership, personal effectiveness, productivity, execution, strategic planning, and teambuilding. As a consultant in human resources and organization development, she has assisted several companies in installing systems and processes related to leadership development, organization diagnosis, transition management, strategic planning, performance management, total quality, continuous improvement, and career development.
Lirio was the internal consultant for Organization Development, Total Quality Management, and Corporate Training at Procter & Gamble Philippines for ten years. She served as the President of the Philippine Society for Training & Development (PSTD) in 1993, the Chairman of the Philippine Society for Training and Development Foundation in 2006, and Vice President of the Philippine Quality and Productivity Movement from 2004 to 2006.
Lirio was accredited by Innovation Associates of Framingham, Massachusetts as a certified instructor for Visionary Leadership Planning. In 1989, she became the first Filipino to be an accredited facilitator for The 7 Basic Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey & Associates in Provo, Utah. Subsequently, the late Stephen R. Covey himself accredited her as a 7 Habits Master Facilitator in 1990.
Due to her experiences in the field of Human Resource Development, Lirio has been invited on various occasions as a resource speaker and facilitator. She has conducted courses for Procter & Gamble subsidiaries in Australia, India, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. She has also facilitated workshops for other multinational companies in Bangkok, Jakarta, and Guam.
Together with her husband, Domingo Mapa, Lirio is active in family-oriented organizations. She is involved in the New Humanity Movement of the Focolare, was co-founder and Vice President of the Marie Eugenie Institute of Assumption College, and a former member of the De La Salle University Board of Trustees. Lirio is currently the Vice-Chairman of PSTDF.
 
 

Accomplishments

Graduate studies in Sociology and Anthropology, Silliman University 

Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts and Education, Assumption College, Summa Cum Laude

 

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