Season 3 of the Work Attitude Values and Ethics (W.A.V.E.) with Spiritual Intelligence as framework concluded with a total of 20 sessions. Biz representing BPOs, Finance, Manufacturing, Service, Retail, Hospitality, Car Dealership, Publications, Government and Academe. An NGO also participated on this year’s edition.

Since 2010, WSPH is conducting this session to different companies in a special arrangement a week or during Holy Week season. The first season only had a total of 5 sessions and it’s reach grew since then.

Pareto Principle of People Development


Social Entrepreneur and WSPH Director Sonnie Santos pioneered and introduced Spiritual Intelligence as an organizational and people development intervention. He believed that employee “w.a.v.e. or work attitude, values & ethics” affect productivity just as poor skills do. With his 2 decades experience in Human Resource Management, most of the employee discipline cases he handled, and some subsequent employee termination, has nothing to do with skills but work values and ethics.



W.A.V.E. @ Yamaha Y Zone












Here are a some of the reviews of those who attended the session:

All issues discussed were very much relevant and helpful for the growth of an individual and the management. A half day session was not enough–  Anne Ereneta

The seminar boosted my morale. It heightened my faith to make God the center of my work and environment. Through that attitude / value, goals can be achieved courageously–  Albert Orcine

I have 2 words to describe the seminar ~ “Empowering” and “Fulfilling”–  Jovie Garma

The WAVE session had given me not only intellectual information but also spiritual insights which we should also apply on our daily lives – Rocel Narag

Motivational tool for career growth     – Teresa Baetiong

Enlightens people to accept their weakness, stand for the right and search for the true success… yeh bah-  Dianne Austria












“Regarding the seminar, it was “napapanahon”, refreshes our mind and hearts also our souls because of the Biblical phrases. Reflecting. I admire the way the speaker, Mr. Santos’ discussed the topic. I am grateful of attending the seminar! “

“The seminar was ok and very helpful to us but Im expecting more activities.. nabitin ako
Thank you very much and Happy Easter.. “

“We had a great speaker last Wednesday. In a seminar like this, that really matters a lot. The way he speaks and the way he explains, he catches attention. Maybe because he relies on what he believes and from what he had already experienced. I had great time listening/watching to his topics, verses, illustrations and commercials. But the best part was the presence of God that caught us all. It’s like hitting 2 birds in 1 stone by gaining social and spiritual knowledge on that seminar.  Very good rating.

” For me, it’s quiet good and knowledgeable.It can help us in any aspect whether professionally and personally as well.The speaker used different types of learning in a biblical way and through his experiences.The best part of learning is when there is an application of God in our lives. GOOD JOB!!! “

“Wave seminar is soul inspiring. It teaches us that we really need God to succeed and in God nothing is impossible.The speaker is great, he caught his audience attention.”







W.A.V.E. sessions have several variations to address different needs of employees.

The 3-4 hour learning session have 2 editions:

  • “Leaders edition” – emphasis is given on the effect of the  supervisors/ managers leadership to employee behavior, affecting morale and work productivity. The central focus of discussion is accountability
  • “Professional’s Edition” – This session empower’s participant to be proactive and to maintain good work attitude and ethics, and to remain happy, though there are no good reasons to be happy.

A full day program is also available and can be aligned to company’s values-mission-vision.




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