4- CORPORATE WELLNESS: In the current competitive business world, employee training and development is essential to the success as well as growth of any organization. However, the high performance of an individual on the job can be achieved only based on the psycho-emotional wellness of the individual. Programme Delivery Model Participatory approach Use of scenarios, […]
This is a Professional Alternative/Appropriate Dispute and Conflict Resolution (ADCR) Course. Duration: 10 Days Programme Delivery Model: Participatory approach with video demonstrations Who should attend: Organisational Heads, HR Executives, the Clergy, Traditional Rulers, Politicians, Managers, Counsellors, persons who have acquired certificates in ADCR Advance level or related fields of study etc.
2- ADCR ADVANCED COURSE: It is no longer a question of whether or not conflicts will arise. It is rather an issue of whether you as a leader are adequately equipped to tackle conflicts with the tact and finesse of a professional mediator. Duration: A five-day course Programme Delivery Model: Participatory approach with video demonstrations […]
1-ADCR FOUNDATION COURSE Handling dispute and conflict in any human institution including the home, family, community, work or religious group is the bane of every individual particularly, leaders. Programme Delivery Model: Participatory approach with video demonstrations Duration: A three-day (3) course Who should attend: Organisational Heads, HR Executives, the Clergy, Traditional Rulers, Politicians, Managers etc.
#CPR GRADUATION..!CENTER FOR PEACE AND RECONCILIATION GRADUATION will be on the 7th of December 2019 at Gimpa Executive Conference Centre. The time is 2 pm to 4 pm exactly, don’t be late and don’t miss it, trust me it’s going to be the best.
Dr. Emmanjuel Hopeson, a Clinical Psychologist, says that too much happiness and joy can kill a person. he said this at the GHMusic Publishing Performing Arts Clinic, held at MJ Grand Hotel at East Legon. The event was organized to give musicians the tools to not only survive but to thrive in the music industry. […]
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Centre for Peace and Reconciliation (CPR), Dr. Emmanuel Kojo Hopeson has urged Ghanaian leaders to factor in conflict resolution mechanisms in their endeavours. According to him, conflict affects the progress of every state, therefore, attention must be paid to conflict resolution. Addressing the media at an Alternative Dispute […]
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[cmsmasters_row][cmsmasters_column data_width=”1/1″][cmsmasters_text] On the 20th of January 2018, we held our 3rd graduation ceremony and also launched the activities of the centre. A total of 53 students graduated in Alternative Dispute and Conflict Resolution with the CounsMed approach. There were nineteen (19) Advanced Certificate and thirty-four (34) foundation course graduands. Dignitaries in attendance included the […]
The Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, over the weekend, held its 3rd graduation ceremony and the launch of the centre’s activities. In all over 50 students graduated in various disciplines including advanced certificate graduands (19) and foundation course graduands (34). The event was graced by the Chief of Defense Staff, Lt. General Obed Akwa and a Supreme Court […]