The Vice-Chancellor of Pentecost University, Aps. Prof. Agyapong-Kodua has brought the first Management and Staff Retreat of PU for the year 2023 to a close. Summing up the activities of the three-day retreat, the VC commended the staff for their cooperation and engagement. He asked the staff to be challenged by the addresses of the various speakers some of which included “cultivating the heart of gratitude” and “PU branding”. The other areas included corporate loyalty and zealousness for performance.
In the highlights, the VC asked the staff to be grateful to God, and to the University and also help to detoxify negative tendencies. He also asked them to be conscious and sensitive to the Pentecost University brand. “Brothers and sisters, with this rich and new knowledge gained on branding, I urge you to be sensitive to the University’s brand and continually accord it maximum respect.” Prof. Agyapong-Kodua also challenged them to seek the interest of the brand and promote it at any given opportunity. “In your individual capacities, associate goodness with the PU brand.”
Referencing the earlier speakers, the VC concluded by asking the staff to sustain and enhance their loyalty to Pentecost University and be zealous in carrying out their respective duties.
The Pentecost University’s Management and Staff retreat is a periodic prayer, symposia and workshop for all staff of the University. The just-ended one is the first in the year 2023 and witnessed top-level presentations from highly resourceful individuals from the University and beyond. Some of the persons included Aps. Vincent A. Denteh, the Director of the Men’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost, Aps. Dr. Christian Tsekpoe, Head of Department for Ministerial Formation and Training, Rev. Nelson Adu, PU’s Chaplain, Dr. Ebenezer Kpalam, Rev. Francis Broni and Rev. Abraham Nortey, all of the Pentecost School of Theology and Mission.