Atimonan One Energy, Inc. employees actively participate in group activities during the training.


Twenty (20) employees of Atimonan One Energy, Inc. (A1E) attended atwo-day workshop on Effective Business Writing last August 16 to 17 as part of the company’s organization development program for its employees/

According to Guthrie-Jensen Consultants, Inc., the training firm that facilitated the activity, the workshop is for members of the organization who need to enhance their written communication skills, particularly on writing clear and persuasive messages and responding to client requests and concerns tactfully.

“A big part of our day-to-day business communication is made through e-mails, reports, memos, and other form of correspondence. This training is significant to all the employees as it provided tips and pointers on how to communicate our messages clearly and helped improved our written communication,” said External Affairs Manager Cynthia Pardo.

The workshop involved lectures and group activities that revolved around grammar rules, writing techniques, writing formats, proper use of punctuation marks, and appropriate word usage.

Faith Pao, resource speaker from Guthrie-Jensen, said: “It is good that A1E is providing this kind of  training for its employees. This can really boost their efficiency in the workplace.”


A1E employees with Faith Pao of Guthrie-Jensen Consultants, Inc. after the Effective Business Writing training held last August 16 to 17 at Queen Margarette Hotel Downtown in Lucena City.


Meanwhile, the employees learned a lot from the training and were grateful to the company for this kind of learning opportunity.

“I am now more cautious of my word choices and the tone of my e-mails,” said Nina Josie Javillo, Right-of-Way Staff. “This kind of training is a big help in my personal growth and development as I can apply this as well in my other endeavors,” she added.

A1E is the developer of a 1,200-megawatt (MW) high efficiency, low emission (HELE) coal-fired power plant located in Brgy. Villa Ibaba, Atimonan.