RQ’s leadership believes that development should not be limited to the provision of basic infrastructures but should also include empowering the constituents to get involved in the community. Through an executive order, members, of the rank-and-file and some job-order employees were tasked to organize the people of the municipality by sector. This was done through step-by-step trainings like the conduct of orientation seminars and leadership skills training starting with members of the bureaucracy, followed by the barangay officials, volunteers, and constituents. During the orientation seminars, the present leadership style and its governance, importance of volunteerism, and vision of vision of the municipality were discussed. After a series of on-site visits, mini-lectures and election of officers in the sitios and barangays by the coordinators, the level two training was introduced to the officers of the different organized sectors such as the volunteers (Barangay Health Workers, Day Care Workers, Barangay Nutrition Scholars, and Civilian Officers) women, youth, professionals, business, farmers, religious, indigenous, senior citizens, and PWDs.