CRISP India forays into soft skills training at Ethiopia

May 25, 2016

Bhopal headquartered CRISP has proved its need and worth to the industries and universities in Ethiopia by continuously providing technical consultancy and training. A new mile stone has been put in place by extending expertise in the area of behaviour science (soft skills) to the university top management.
Recently, two soft skills training sessions were conducted for the management and Heads of the Departments of University Institute of Technology Dire Dawa University Ethiopia. The 5 day programmes were organised in association with TSS consulting agency located in Addis Ababa.

Dr. Ranjan Kumar, chief project officer of CRISP was the expert from India for the first programme ‘Managing self & Motivation’. 22 senior management officials and Heads of the Departments of different engineering trades participated in the training programme. The participants were exposed to different psychological intervention to make them understand their in built potential and application in real life situations.  Case studies and real life experiences were shared. The participants were motivated to put in more efforts to be successful.

The second training programme was conducted by Mathew John from CRISP India. The theme was “Team Building”. The participants were put on a number of psychometric tools, structured exercise, management team games, and group exercises. All the participants enjoyed the training programme. It was a lifetime experience for the teachers.

Seeing the positive impact on the participants the university, the management approved another programme titled Excellence through Multiple Intelligence (Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test). This training programme was conducted from May 20 to 24. Experts at this training programme were Dr Sansmriti Mishra and Amber Chaturvedi. The session helped the participants to learn about their inborn/inherent potential and acquired potential. It focuses on Stress and stress management, Memory enhancement, Creativity and innovation and enhancing Emotional Quotients thereby making the participants change; enhance their qualities for a better career.

Seeing the grand introduction and success of soft skills inputs, Mukesh Sharma, chief executive officer, CRISP is confident of replicating these inputs to other universities and educational institutions in Ethiopia and other African countries.

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