Energy & Corporate Africa Trains PENGASSAN Executives on Negotiation & Conflict Resolution

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As the for understanding and applying the strategic principles of negotiation and conflict resolution are becoming very important in dealings among nations, governments, organizations, communities, labor union and individuals, it has become germane that people and groups of all works of life get retooled in the arts and science of negotiation and conflict resolution. This would enable parties involved to achieve desired interests, ensure equity, collaborations, eschew regrets, and avoid ambiguity of litigations and the extraneous cost/losses that may be part of the outcomes.
To enhance its knowledge and execution in negotiation and conflict resolution which is part of its continuous improvement and performance enhancement goals, Petroleum & Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN), Chevron Branch will be receiving a two weeks strategic and hands- on training on best global practices in negotiation and conflict resolution this August in Houston , Texas, USA from School of Energy & Corporate Leadership (SECOL) Houston , an educational /training arm of Energy & Corporate Africa.
According to Lydia Lawrence, Global Program Director, School of Energy & Corporate Leadership, this two weeks training will involve teachings, presentations, role plays, case studies, review of decided cases, interactive sessions and the direct application of latest technologies in negotiation and conflict resolution.
Among the facilitators for this training include Prof. Emeka Durigbo, Oil/Gas & Business Law professor at Thurgood Marshal School of Law, Texas Southern University , Houston; Natalie Regoli – Partner, Baker & McKenzie, Houston , Declan Harrison, Negotiation Attorney and Harry Sullivan, Executive Professor of law, Texas A & M University.
School of Energy & Corporate Leadership is a global leading training organization with more than ten years of experience that applies technology and best practices in its deliverables. The School offers technical and non-technical courses in various fields for empowerment and capacity building. The institution has trained many senior personnel of corporate organizations, government agencies, mega oil/gas companies and severally managers of Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN), Nigeria Sao Tome & Principe, GNPC, and host of others.

At the signing of the agreement to consummate the training with Chevron branch, Sir Sunny Oputa, CEO, Energy & Corporate Africa , emphasized that their organization believe strongly in the philosophy that humans are the greatest assets of any country or organization, and therefore should be nurtured with continuous quality training to enhance productivity, efficiency, effectiveness, reliability and competitiveness. According to him some of their faculty members have more than 20 years of experience in their various fields and majority of them have won distinguished awards in their various industries and professional organizations.

Oputa went further to state that School of Energy &Corporate Leadership, will continue to create dynamic environment for capacity building, ensuring high performance, strategic agility, and leadership that would help organizations and groups to attain their goals.

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