True to their word, the deputies for Human Resource Management and Development constantly develop initiatives for members to hone their skills as leaders and advocates. One of these intiatives include the Transit leadership program usually launched during the second semester where Executive Committee officers serve as mentors for aspiring Gabay leaders. Aside from this, a new Feedback Management System is developed with the help of the Office of the Secretary-General to allow for a better evaluation of the core teams performance during the project period.
The Performance Appraisal System is a system created to provide a quantitative way of measuring a Gabayano’s participation in the org. Numerical points are awarded when one attends or helps in the development of a project. These points are documented by the deputies for Human Resource Management and Development and are accessible all year-long.
Retention Management System is a work-in-progress system of assessing the active participation of Gabayanos to ascertain their interest and dedication in helping the organization further its advocacy. It is a guide to help the members see where they can help their organization while exceling in their strengths. However, this system will not be applicable this year because of the current set-up of classes.
Also known as RecWeek, this is a week-long event that serves as an opportunity to recruit Atenean students who are interested with the organization’s advocacy and sectors.
Through fun-filled activities, Tambay Week serves as an avenue for Gabayanos to get to know each other and foster new relationships within our org. It also helps the new members adjust into Gabay’s culture and identity.
Christmas Party is the final formal get-together of the org for the first semester. It is an opportunity to recap the organization’s achievements so far, and recognize outstanding members for the semester.
The Year-End Party serves as the final event to cap off the academic year. It is a chance to look back at the organization’s achievements for the year, and recognize outstanding members. It also serves as an introduction to the next Executive Committee.