Director, Facilitator, Trainer, Senior Consultant
Jun has a long career in Learning and Development, Leadership and Management. He holds a degree in Business Management from Ateneo de Manila University, and has held management positions in different industries, with local and regional responsibilities, both in the Philippines and in regional locations.
Jun’s expertise on General Management, Leadership, Change Management, Performance Management, and Sales & Marketing were honed during the long years he spent as Employee Relations Manager, Facilitator / Trainer, Country Business Unit Manager, and General Manager, for global companies across different industries.
His career has included roles such as Saatchi’s Account Manager for US-based FMCG companies, Learning and Development Director for Convergys Philippines, Country Business Manager for the Printing/Graphics Imaging Division of Kodak Philippines, Ltd., and Global Learning Manager of Headstrong Philippines.
Jun has delivered Training programs on topics such as Basic and Advanced Marketing, Quality/Process Improvement, Presentation/Facilitation Skills, Personal Effectiveness, Change Management, Consultative Selling Skills, and Technical Leadership.
Jun until most recently was the General Manager of Cummins Sales and Service Philippines, Inc., and for 6 years served as General Manager of the wholly-owned US subsidiary of Fortune 500’s # 150-ranked Cummins Inc. Jun currently serves as one of the Board of Directors of POWERinU.
“Thank you for spending a lot of time to understand our business. We felt that Jun Marfori & Ed Reyes did not just deliver the training as per content, they trained us with all their hearts :-)”
~ Jen Capones, Managing Director, Netrust Philippines Corporation
“Sir Jun, I was star-struck with your profile, not only in FB but I searched for you in google. I never realized that when conducting the seminar, pwede palang maging humble ang high achiever (A high achiever can be humble). Thanks a lot!”
~ Bank Manager, Philippines Bank
“Jun takes to heart that of developing his people. He trains people not only for skills but that of character and values.”
~ Rosalie, Convergys (June 5, 2013)