Communication – Creative Room 4 Talk Sun, 09 Jan 2022 03:15:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Communication – Creative Room 4 Talk 32 32 The best word games behind character names Sun, 09 Jan 2022 03:11:17 +0000

When naming characters, Japanese storytellers tend to choose Kanji names and spellings that say something about the characters. In many cases, their names are often a source of jokes within the story, and other times they reveal “hidden truths” about characters that no one else in the story is aware of. aware. Sometimes these inner jokes and hidden truths are incorporated into the titles of the stories themselves.

In the case of Komi can’t communicate, series creator Tomohito Oda has done it all for the pun. Not only the Japanese title of Komi-san wa Komyu Shou Desu (古 見 さ ん は 、 コ ミ ュ 症 で す) literally translates to “Komi-san has a communication disorder”, but the character’s name even refers to this fact. It is the same for the other characters of Komi can’t communicate, and in many cases their names tend to take on double meanings.

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Komi Shoko (古 見 硝 子) & Komi Shosuke (古 見笑 介)

The Kanji spelling of the surname Komi (古 見) translates to “old ideas,” meaning the family is old-fashioned – which is confirmed in the episode where they visit extended family. Shoko’s name (硝 子) means “child of glass”, while her brother’s name Shosuke (笑 介) means “laughing seashell”. Shoko’s name easily conveys the fact that she is sensitive, which refers to her anxiety. Shosuke’s name is ironic as he’s not an outgoing person, but sticks to himself, as the other half of his first name suggests. Their two names are also puns on “komyu shou” (コ ミ ュ 症), which means “communication disorder”.

Tadano Hitohito (只 野 仁人) & Tadano Hitomi (只 野 瞳)

The Kanji spelling of the surname Tadano (只 野) means “ordinary field,” which explains how Tadano thinks of himself. The Kanji spelling of Hitohito’s name (仁人) literally means “righteous man” or “humanitarian,” which speaks to Tadano’s penchant for helping others. Her sister’s name Hitomi (瞳) means “eye pupil”, which testifies to her ability to “read the room” like her brother. Like the Komi siblings, their two names are also puns on the phrase “tada no hito” (只 の 人), which means “ordinary person” or “average person”.

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Osana Najimi (長 名 な じ み)

The Kanji spelling of Najimi’s last name, Osana (長 名), means “esteemed leader,” which is a testament to Najimi’s impeccable communication skills and most importantly his ability to make friends easily. As such, they have a reputation for being a good leader. Their full name is also a pun on “osananajimi” (幼 馴 染), which means “childhood friend”. It is also a testament to the fact that Najimi is literally everyone’s childhood friend on the show.

Onemine Nene (尾根 峰 ね ね)

The kanji spelling for Onemine (尾根 峰) means “top of the mountain,” which is a testament to its ability to function as a senpai for other students. Since Japanese children often shorten their friends’ names to nicknames followed by an honorary title like -chan or -kun, Onemine’s first and last name are puns on “onee-chan” (お 姉 ち ゃ ん) and its variant “nee-chan” (姉 ち ゃ ん). Both mean “big sister,” which is yet another testament to Onemine’s ability to act like an older sister to her classmates. In addition, her first name of Nene (ね ね) sounds like “Ne!” Born ! Which is often used to get someone’s attention, such as saying “Hey! Hey! in English.

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Inaka Nokoko (井中 の こ 子)

The Kanji spelling of Inaka’s surname (井中) means “inner community.” In addition, the “no” (の) part of his first name is a particle that marks a possessive, and the last kanji of his first name, “ko” (子), means “child”. As such, his name comes to mean “child of his community”. His full name is also a pun on the expression “inaka no ko” (田 舎 ​​の 子), which means “country child”. Both talk about the fact that Inaka is originally from the countryside and has led a very sheltered life.

Yadano Makeru (矢 田野 ま け る)

Yadano Makeru smiles in Komi Can't Communicate.

The Kanji spelling of Yadano’s last name (矢 田野) means ‘soaring rice field’, a testament to his athletic prowess and competitive nature. The first part of her last name is also a pun on “yada” (や だ) which, depending on the context, can mean “no!” “, ” Oh no ! “,” Yuck! “, ” No way ! “,” No chance! “or” unlikely! “, which is also testament to the competitive nature of the character. In addition, her first name has the same pronunciation as the word” makeru “(負 け る), which means” to lose “. Put together, his name is a pun on “not likely to lose”.

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Yamai Ren (山 井 恋)

The kanji spelling of Yamai’s last name (山 井) means “mountain well” and her first name of Ren is the on’yomi reading of the kanji for “koi” (恋), which means “erotic love”. His last name is also a pun on the word “yamai” (病), which means “disease”. Put together and her name is a pun on “love sickness”, which speaks of the character’s yandere tendencies.

Nakanaka Omoharu (中 々 思春)

Omoharu Nakanaka laughs theatrically in Komi Can't Communicate.

The Kanji spelling of Nakanaka’s surname (中 々) means “very.” His first name, Omoharu (思春), is the kun’yomi reading of the first two kanji of the word “shishunki” (思春期), which means “puberty”. Put together and his name is a pun for “very immature,” which speaks to the character’s inappropriate behavior for his age.

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The CEO’s echo | December 2021 rankings | Categories: Communication, Social, Responsibility and Excellence of investors Fri, 07 Jan 2022 10:18:06 +0000

As critical figureheads, CEOs play a key role in how companies are viewed by the public, and therefore it is essential that organizations keep their finger on the pulse of CEO-driven media.

In collaboration with .companion, a data consultancy and KPI expert, Meltwater presents the CEO’s Echo 2021; a monthly analysis of the media intelligence of CEOs at the head of some of the world’s biggest brands. The ranking leverages Meltwater’s media intelligence capabilities and automated analytics by the .companion bot to provide readers with highlights and references in the following areas:

  1. CEO’s total digital footprint

  2. CEO communication excellence

  3. CEO social excellence

  4. CEO accountability excellence

  5. Chief Executive Officer Investor Excellence


CEO Echo ranking of December 2021

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35% fewer CEO mentions

Last month, CEO measurement bot .companion found 35% fewer CEO mentions than the average for previous months. Overall, 57% of the mentions CEO Echo captured were generated by online editorial content, while social media generated 43%. In December, the content of CEO Echo saw its engagement drop by 64%. 51% of all CEO mentions were related to financial news, meaning they simply referred to company numbers that are often required to be disclosed by law. In contrast, the context of 49% of mentions was linked to company agendas. Overall, the tone of the mentions was equally positive and negative.

Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess dominates with 9% CEO Echo coverage

What role does a CEO play in a company’s overall message, whether voluntary or involuntary? the CEO digital footprint aims to answer this question.

In December, Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen, received the most media coverage. His share of the vote stood at 8.6%, the largest footprint of any major board member. In second place was Pat gelsinger, CEO of Intelligence, with 6.8%, and Arvind krishna, CEO of IBM, took third place with a 4.5% share of all mentions. 64% of conversations around Dies’ echo were unrelated to company financial data and therefore were above average for calendar topics and content. 53% of Volkswagen The CEO’s response came from editorial media and 47% from social media. Content that mentioned Pass away generated 38 interactions (clicks, shares, likes) per mention. This shows that the public is very engaged and made Pass away the 56th most engaged CEO in the ranking. In total, mentions for Herbert Diess were equally positive and negative. We can assume that this had a corresponding impact on its overall reputation.

Communication excellence

OTP Bank CEO Sándor Csányi takes first place

Two common goals widely shared by media teams are communicating key messages and building a favorable reputation, both of which rely heavily on editorial endorsements. the Communication excellence the classification analyzes and aggregates the volume of the media (deletion of the lists of financial reports).

Sandor Csányi, CEO of OTP Bank, was ranked first in December. Outside of the pay wall, 84% of its digital echo discussed the CEO in stories beyond the financial numbers. Stories generated 281 engagements per mention, which means readers are very interested. In addition, the coverage was as positive as it was negative. Accordingly, the response to OTP Bank The CEO received 5.5 points. Ferran Soriano, CEO of City football group came in second place with a score of 3.1 and Alessandro Profumo, CEO of Leonardo, took third place with a Communication excellence score of 3.1 points.

Social excellence

Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida Takes First Place

These days, just having a social media profile isn’t enough. If you want to make an impact on thought leaders outside of editorial offices, or on consumers and digital elites who are not easily accessible through mass media, you need to be mentioned frequently on social media. the Social excellence index responds if a company’s attempts to do so have been successful.

Last month, Kenichiro Yoshida, CEO of Sony, at the top of the ranking with a Social excellence score of 6.1 points. 65% of the conversation was from social media and his engagement was high with 13 interactions per mention. In addition, the sentiment of his mentions was 13% positive, which means Yoshida was well ahead of the finalists Detlef Trefzger, CEO of Kühne + Nagel, with 4.4 points and Jens henriksson, CEO of swedish bank, who finished third with 3.1 points.

Responsibility Excellence

Salzgier CEO Heinz Jörg Fuhrmann has the most social responsibility mentions

The .companion metrics bot also determines whether CEOs appear in digital media as leaders in the context of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, for example in the context of social responsibility or climate protection and environment. Our Responsibility index shows how well this has been achieved. For this index, the metrics bot analyzes only mentions related to topics related to sustainable development.

In December, Heinz Jörg Fuhrmann, CEO of Salzgier, greeted us first in the responsibility ranking, with 91% of Salzgier Mentions of CEOs related to social responsibility issues. Its Engagement Rate was 730 which can be considered very engaged. The tone of the media conversations was as positive as it was negative. Globally, by Fuhrmann Responsibility index reached 12.1 points. Couture Chrisan, CEO of German bank, followed in second place with 2.9 points, and Rolf Eberhard Buch, CEO of Vonovia, in third place with 2.8 points.

Investor excellence

Salzgier CEO Heinz Jörg Fuhrmann takes first place in financial echo

CEO mentions in the context of balance sheet numbers offer little scope for defining content-related agendas, but are crucial in building investor confidence. In this environment, the metrics bot determines which CEOs have been mentioned from a financial perspective, forming a clue for communication with investors.

In December, the .companion metrics bot identified SalzgierCEO of, Heinz Jörg Fuhrmann, as the best communicator for investors after scoring 8.8 points. 91% of his mentions were related to the financial environment, or 1.6 times the average for this month. Its readership was very interested, indicated by an engagement rate of 729.9, and it received both positive and negative comments. He is followed in second and third place by Carsten Knobel, CEO of Henkel, with 4.3 points, and Elisabeth stadler, CEO of Vienna Insurance Group (3.9 points).

  • The media conversations were tracked and analyzed globally using the industry’s leading monitoring tool, Meltwater.

  • All content is in German and / or English and publicly available on websites, forums and social media

  • The text and content of the CEO Echo are generated automatically by the .companion metrics bot

  • All the values ​​of the Excellence index are based on three criteria:
    1. How often is the respective CEO mentioned in a certain context
    2. How many of these mentions were positive
    3. How many engagements have these publications and articles received?

  • Although it is necessary to have an above-average share of mentions in the respective category, it is still possible to obtain a high score on a certain index despite one of the sub-criteria receiving somewhat lower results. to the average.

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Deaf Covid-19 patients can now communicate with the Ministry of Health by text and email, instead of the phone Wed, 05 Jan 2022 06:37:21 +0000

SINGAPORE – Covid-19 patients who are deaf or hard of hearing can now communicate with the Ministry of Health (MOH) via a short message service (SMS) or by email.

The Department of Health is calling Covid-19 patients by phone about their recovery plans, but the deaf community has indicated that speaking by phone is not an accessible option for them.

With the new measures, deaf patients can also consult a telemedicine provider via video or SMS function on WhatsApp and request a sign language interpreter if they need one.

The Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health, Rahayu Mahzam, provided an update on Facebook on December 31.

She said: “Covid-19 has been difficult for all of us and I particularly sympathize with the deaf community which has faced challenges exacerbated by the pandemic.

“I am grateful to those who gave their comments and ideas on the specific challenges encountered.”

Ms Rahayu said the Ministry of Health had partnered with the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and the Singaporean Association of the Deaf (SADeaf) to improve the management system for Covid-19 to enable people deaf or hard of hearing to recover more easily. residence.

In her Facebook post, she said people participating in the home recovery program or receiving a health risk warning can now text or email the Department of Health to make their needs known. communication.

A case manager will contact them via their preferred method of communication within 24 hours.

They also receive the Singapore Civil Defense Forces emergency contact number via SMS if they need emergency assistance.

Visible Light Communication VLC Technology Market Size, Scope, Forecast to 2029 Mon, 03 Jan 2022 05:55:40 +0000

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Forbes India – Communication, MIC: Therapy With Friends: New Trend To Mend Broken Or Lost Friendships Sat, 01 Jan 2022 02:48:03 +0000

After many years of friendship or following a major disagreement, the relationship can be strained and communication can be difficult.
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VSCommunication is essential in a relationship, even more so if it is a relationship between besties. And so, when that communication breaks down, a friendship can break down or even be lost. To avoid this extreme, there is a solution: therapy with friends.

Breakups are a staple feature of any romantic comedy. But how to react when a breakup threatens a friendship? In the NPR podcast “Invisibilia: Therapy, with Friends,” psychologist Esther Perel helps two “best friends” get back together.

If a disagreement with a friend has lasted for a long time, is it necessary to consult a professional in order to develop a reconciliation? While this may seem like a silly question, it has become especially crucial during a pandemic, when the boundaries are constantly changing. In an article published in MIC, journalist Tracey Anne Duncan asks this question: “Should friends go to therapy?”

According to Shontel Cargill, an Atlanta friendship psychotherapist interviewed by HelloGiggles, “many of the issues that commonly arise in our romantic relationships – communication breakdowns and feelings of betrayal or neglect – can also arise in our friendships.”

What if I don’t get along with my best friend anymore?

After many years of friendship or following a major disagreement, the relationship can be strained and communication can be difficult. Psychologist Nicole Sbordone advises showing your friend that you are invested in your relationship by recording them and even inviting them to join you for a therapy session. “Just doing it can mean a lot and show your friends that you care,” the expert told Mic.

Going to therapy with your best friend doesn’t necessarily guarantee a successful reconciliation if the breaking point is crossed, but a session can also end a relationship. In the case of psychologist Esther Perel’s podcast, the two friends appear to be on the right track to rebuilding their relationship. The psychologist believes that the conversation they had eased many tensions and could facilitate future conversations that would allow them to rekindle their friendship.

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Maryland governor’s office defends use of messaging app that destroys communications with state employees Thu, 30 Dec 2021 22:59:32 +0000 Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has used a messaging app that allows him to communicate with staff without having to make those communications publicly available, according to the Washington Post.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has used a messaging app that allows him to communicate with staff without having to make those communications publicly available, according to the Washington Post.

Hogan’s director of communications, Michael Ricci, confirmed to WTOP in an email that Hogan uses the “Amazon-based platform,” Wickr, which is described on the Amazon Web Services site as giving “businesses concerned about security and government agencies the ability to implement important governance and security controls to help them meet their compliance requirements.

Post’s story raises questions as to whether using the app, with settings that allow messages to “self-destruct” within 24 hours, conflicts with Maryland Public Archives requirements.

According to the Maryland State Archives, “the law defines public records very broadly” and “Maryland state law makes all public officials responsible for ensuring that records that are no longer needed are either offered for archival purposes or destroyed in accordance with stated procedures. in Maryland Regulations (COMAR).

Information on the Maryland Archives website adds, “Records should be kept properly to facilitate the transparency the public expects from public office holders.” “

The site distinguishes between public records and personal notes that are not related to government, “for example, an email inviting you to lunch.”

While the guidelines on public archival records state that every “unit” of state government must have a plan for record keeping, in his statement to the OMCP, Ricci suggested that the governor be exempt. Ricci said that “as has always been the case, there is no record retention policy for the governor’s office”.

According to the Washington Post, which obtained some of the Wickr messages Hogan exchanged with staff members, there were discussions of public issues like the payment that went to his former chief of staff Roy McGrath.

McGrath has been charged with wire fraud and embezzlement related to his departure agreement.

Hogan also used the messaging app to discuss the debate over South Korea’s 500,000 COVID-19 test kits that were later found to be unusable.

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GLOBE TRADE CENTER SA – Communication relating to the date of registration of rights to ordinary bearer shares series O – SENS Wed, 29 Dec 2021 05:05:00 +0000

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Why communications with patients should be considered a social determinant of health Mon, 27 Dec 2021 11:00:00 +0000

“You know, doctor, I can’t afford a $ 15 drug. ”

A young grandmother was sitting in front of me. She had several problems, including obesity and high blood pressure. She was making about $ 670 a month, most of which went towards her rent. All that was left had to pay for everything else: food, medicine, trips to the doctor – and she wanted to be able to buy birthday presents for her grandchildren.

I suggested that she start taking extra blood pressure medication.

“Do you want me to come see you for my dates?” Or do you want me to take this new medicine? She asked me. “I can’t afford both the bus to your office and the new drugs. ”

“What am I supposed to do?” she asked anxiously.

I wanted her to be able to do all of these things: take all of her meds, keep her doctor’s appointments, and buy birthday gifts for her grandchildren. She needed a new care plan.

This story stuck with me for a long time. This event did occur before the social determinants of health became an important part of our discussion of national health policies, but social determinants have had an impact on outcomes since the first surgeries in ancient times.

As physicians, we are trained to take a patient’s education, cultural background and income level into account when providing treatment and care. We tailor our approach based on our understanding of the patient environment.

But when we talk about addressing social determinants, one thing is often overlooked – communication – as well as how we engage with our patients in the modern age.

Our ability to communicate effectively directly affects a patient’s access and quality of care. Extensive research has shown the benefits of effective communication about patient health outcomes.

But over 70% of health outcomes are due to factors other than health care. For example, one study found that 5.8 million people in the United States delayed medical care because they did not have access to transportation. And an estimated one-third of adults with chronic illnesses underuse their prescription drugs due to cost concerns. Yet they fail to share this information with their physician, an obvious gap in patient-provider communications.

If we don’t know how to reach and engage patients outside of the doctor’s office, in a way that fits both their lived experiences and their cultural background, then we can’t provide the care they need and that they deserve.

Our strategy for communicating with patients should reflect our state of mind when we are in the examination room: adaptive based on our understanding of the whole patient.

Many patients cannot wait on the phone for half an hour or more, or be available during traditional office hours. They work double shifts; they work at night; they are family caregivers. An email filled with medical terms, jargon, or even English may not make sense. The traditional one-size-fits-all approach to patient communications doesn’t work (and if we’re being honest, it never really worked).

Today we need to communicate with patients the same way we communicate with family and friends, taking into account a range of factors such as work hours and preferred language.

This could be an after-hours email, a series of text messages sent throughout the day, or a scheduled video conference. We might even end up using a combination of communication channels, schedules and languages ​​to meet the range of patient needs. With 97% of Americans owning a cell phone, we have the tools to meet the vast majority of patients where they are.

It is only when we tailor our approach to each patient and truly engage them beyond the exam room, in ways that suit their lifestyles and experiences, that we will be able to meet the needs of patients between sessions. visits and filling gaps in care.

Additionally, every point of patient contact, whether billing or clinical in nature, can play a role in deepening our understanding of the patient. Providers who recognize this, and synthesize the often disparate communication touchpoints, will thrive in patient-centered care.

As for the grandmother on a tight budget? We were able to reduce the number of medications she needed and found cheaper alternatives so that she could go to her check-ups and pay for her prescriptions. And she bought these birthday presents.

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Angel S. Velasco Country Marketing and Communications Manager – Philippines Hilton

“My field is constantly evolving and allows marketing communications professionals to constantly grow and evolve. “

HOTEL PR managers have certainly come a long way since being beautiful and charming were considered major job requirements.

Angel S. Velasco, Country-Philippines Marketing and Communications Manager for the Hilton Group, should know. In recent years, he has been at the forefront of radical developments, aided by the technological advances that have marked his specialty. He says: “It is a constantly evolving field that allows marketing communications professionals to constantly grow and evolve.

“Good message”

“We’ve gone from sending out press releases, through hard copies and photos through CDs (and real photos printed before that) to .zip files now. From face-to-face distribution of flyers and brochures to today, easily creating digital communities joined by a scan of a QR code.

“In the hospitality industry, it is our duty to be able to ‘send the right message’ to our customers. No matter how good a vacation package is, if the message or words used are too deep or trite, it becomes lost in all the information that is being shared right now on multiple channels. So not only do you have to have the skills, but you also have to have that passion and dedication to your craft to get the right message across. Honestly, I continue to learn every day, and I never fail to ask my team to correct me when and where they can. You can’t just sit back on your laurels in this industry; it’s the same in life really. “

Analysis of Angel’s updated resume (yes, Angel is his real name) shows a steady rise in the marketing communications ladder. After graduating in journalism from the University of Santo Tomas in 2007, he briefly worked as a creative writer at GeiserMaclang Marketing Communications Inc. He then joined the hospitality industry through Traders Hotel (later renamed Hotel Jen) in 2008, then moving to his sister property Edsa Shangri-La, in Manila, in various positions to reach the Director of Communications in 2014. That same year, a turning point came when he decided to “take a leap of faith” and to join his female flight attendant Winny in Muscat, Oman where she had registered with Oman Air. By chance, he landed the position of Marketing Communications Manager at Best Western Premier Muscat, Oman, which allowed the couple to juggle their jobs and raise their young daughter Sophia.

“I made a lot of friends and even played basketball with the Filipino community there,” Angel recalls. “However, the Middle East was always just a place where I could step out of my comfort zone for a while and save for the future – which I was able to do. It was never a place. place to grow old, especially for my kids. Plus, I continued to miss Jollibee, which was not yet available there! “

After three years, Angel and his family returned to Manila. The post of director of marketing and communications awaited him at the newly built Conrad Manila, whose brand was considered the luxury level of the Hilton network. Thinking back to his last appointment in early 2020 as Country Marketing and Communications Manager – Philippines for the Hilton Group, he says: I have been with the group for almost five years since I returned to the Philippines, and it has been a real blessing. . Conrad Manila has always been at the forefront of innovation in hospitality, proudly embracing diversity and celebrating Pride Month around the world.

“From a career perspective, I’ve been allowed to continuously grow and been entrusted with so much. From managing a single property to overseeing Hilton Manila’s marketing and communications campaigns [at Resorts World Manila in Parañaque City and the recently-opened Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort [at Clark Freeport, Pampanga Province]. “

Practical parent

Commenting on his experience in managing new properties, Angel, a product of La Salle for his elementary and high school education, says, “It’s about laying the groundwork, setting the standards for the brand, doing multiple sessions of training and present the property to the market. For operational teams, it is a question of constantly knowing and growing with the market. What worked for Valentine’s Day last year, may not work this year or next year. Same at Christmas or New Year, we must continue to evolve. For example, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we focused on delivering our award-winning culinary offerings to our customers through the Conrad’s Signature Takeaway and Hilton Manila’s Bring Hilton Home initiatives. Angel has also been responsible for coordinating pre-opening information activities for DoubleTree by Hilton Karaka, New Zealand.

    (Clockwise from right) Conrad Manila;  Angel with his team Conrad Manila (left to right) Angelica Restrivera, Zeny Iglesias and Bettina Someros;  and the new Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort.  CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS

(Clockwise from right) Conrad Manila; Angel with his team Conrad Manila (left to right) Angelica Restrivera, Zeny Iglesias and Bettina Someros; and the new Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS

When asked to name a few people he sees as important influences in his business journey, he said: “I have been fortunate to have worked with some of the best in the hospitality industry: Lourdes Tan Arrieta, who opened the doors to the Traders Hotel (now Hotel Jen) for me; my achi (older sister in Chinese) Lesley Anne Tan, who really pushed me out of my shell; Roel Constantino; Annie Gatchalian; Zeny Iglesias, whose wisdom is unmatched and the person I consider truly indebted to most and Conrad Manila’s Commercial Director, Michael Jaey Albaña, whose overall approach and gritty mindset I truly admire.

“Lately I reread Stephen R. Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, which I try to apply to my daily life; Strunk & White Style Elements due to my background in college journalism and a few light readings from Our Daily Bread and the Holy Bible. “

“A practical parent” would be the best way for Angel to describe his involvement with his daughter Sophia and younger brother Matteo. He says: “My wife Winny, after years of flying with Oman Air, took on the heavier role of playing the full time mother role for our two children, plus a giant 6ft capricious baby – me. as my kids know, they take it from my wife, and whatever is stupid or crazy, they get it from me.

“I do my best to be available to them full time on weekends, to give Winny her much needed R&R (rest and recreation), while I usually take care of the children and spoil them with pool and ice cream days. I guess that’s because I grew up standing, my mom was busy with work and my dad was away, so I really want to have a big, happy family. “

In five years, this affable hotelier sees himself “still in the marketing and communications arena, but probably in a more detached role, if that is possible”.

He adds, “I’m probably going to work more in the background and leave it to the younger, brighter minds to deal with the sleepless, dark, sleepless nights. Growing up, I was always an introvert, mostly laid back. and relaxed. ”I had a“ wake-up call ”when I went to Oman, and I kind of“ grew ”or“ matured ”there.

“So now I’m trying to seize the day – carpe diem. Anything I can do, I’ll probably do it already or be halfway there.”

About me


My mother Edna, who looked after me and my sister in every way possible. She ran the store, which she owned, every day from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. without fail – if only to make sure everything was going well. On Sundays, she would open the store until noon, then spend the rest of the day with us. It taught me love, passion, perseverance and above all responsibility.


It is being able to permanently care for and provide for the needs of my loved ones, to put them in a good situation, just like my mom did for us. I would also like to help share the light and warmth of hospitality, which I truly believe in, with everyone.

First paid job

I used to sell my designs (mostly Marvel, DC characters) to my classmates from P20 to P50. I also sold MP3 CDs for a while. Professionally, my first job was for the Philippine Daily Inquirer as an administrative assistant for the business section.

Morning ritual

I watch my children, say a short prayer, then get ready for work. I like quiet mornings, but if the kids are up I don’t mind playing with them a bit before I go.

Special skill

I drew pretty well when I was younger; I would draw everything from Batman to lions and elephants. I wanted to write my own graphic novel, which is why I started journalism at the University of Santo Tomas. Unfortunately over the years I have injured my right wrist so I cannot hold a pen or pencil as accurately as I would like. Today I just try to correct my children’s drawings where I can.

Time spent on social media

I am mostly online during the week, as I use social media as a business intelligence tool. This is where I can learn about the latest trends, not only here but abroad. I follow certain luxury brands related to my own property. On weekends, I do my best to “unplug” and just play with my kids.

MLB Lockdown Rules Regarding Player Communication Put Managers In A Sticky Position Thu, 23 Dec 2021 15:35:09 +0000

Baseball celebrates the three-week anniversary of a dubious achievement of going from an intense free agency buzz to being out of sight and out of the minds of some fans due to the first offseason lockdown of his professional history.

There are several bizarre aspects of the lockout. Teams are trying to move 2022 plans forward in ways allowed, like signing players into deals with minor leagues that don’t put them on the 40-player roster and finalizing the coaching staff.

Then there are the even weirder aspects such as not being able to chat about your players and this has happened twice in the past two days when Buck Showalter and Aaron Boone spoke to the media for talks about radically different virtual press. While the two discussed major topics such as Showalter getting the job with the Mets and Boone discussing his coaching staff, they also encountered the embarrassment of not being able to discuss the players on their 40-man roster, putting them in the midst of problems. between players and owners.

“I don’t like it,” Boone said Wednesday. “I certainly miss it, especially with a lot of our players who we’ve been together with for years, with whom you have such a strong relationship and history now. Yeah, it sucks that you can’t communicate with them, even on everyday things.

Showalter’s virtual press conference was an introduction after he was named manager of the Mets to become the fifth to pilot the two New York teams. It was the latest in a busy offseason for the Mets, who signed Max Scherzer, Starling Marte, Eduardo Escobar and Mark Canha on stand-alone agent contracts worth a total of around $ 255 million.

Everyone knows the Mets added these players, especially since all four were introduced in a virtual setting shortly before MLB went dark by removing photos of current players from its website in citing legal reasons, but until the lockdown is resolved, they cannot exist in public settings for managers. , many of whom are former major leaguers and members of the players’ association.

And Showalter delivered a home run of a press conference, which is hardly surprising. He even had a fun, if not awkward, moment when he started mentioning a few new players by name before realizing he had to talk more generally about the roster he would end up managing.

“You look at Marte and Eduardo, and obviously I can’t name names, so I’m going to shut up. I just like the way they handled their (offseason), ”Showalter said. “The people they added would also have been people I was interested in.”

Hours after Showalter spoke about his vision, embracing the analysis, the Yankees officially announced their full coaching staff for manager Aaron Boone’s fifth season and first on a new contract announced in mid-October.

Boone spoke to a less crowded virtual media group on Wednesday about his new coaches, but midway through the session he was asked about various players, not someone new since the Yankees haven’t added an agent. Free from the major league before the lockout but a group of current players are recovering from injuries.

This includes DJ LeMahieu, Aaron Hicks and Jameson Taillon.

LeMahieu underwent hernia surgery on October 12, Hicks played winter ball in the Dominican Republic recovering from a May 26 procedure to repair a torn tendon in his right hand, and Taillon is recovering from his surgery in the Dominican Republic. tendon of the right ankle on October 28.

Until the lockdown began at midnight on December 2, Boone and any other manager could interact with his players and get direct updates. Now they can’t do that due to the MLB directive that ordered teams not to contact players on the 40-player rosters.

“I don’t have any contact with them so I don’t know,” Boone said Wednesday.

Unless Boone receives recovery updates through his players’ social media accounts, he will have no idea of ​​recovering injured players until a deal is reached and a version of spring training begins.

“We tried to put our guys in the best position when it comes to our coaches at the time, having these conversations and putting plans in place as December 1 approaches,” Boone said. “I hope to set them up with programs and things that they can follow and be in a good position once this is all sorted out, but we haven’t had any contact. Obviously, it’s not ideal that we may not have that touch and know how everyone is going to do it, but we should have a decent idea in these early days of what we’re dealing with.

In other words, because of the guidelines, the players are out of sight and out of the mind of their teams. It’s a situation that puts managers, most of whom are former players at some level, in a sticky situation of not being able to publicly discuss their current players until the parties work out their various differences. which hopefully starts happening in January.