Master of ADR

MASTER OF ADR PROGRAM

Many organizations, homes and the society, in general, experience conflicts daily but it appears are incapacitated in the handling of such conflicts, which often escalate into crisis – hence the level of instability seen around.

Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) (others use the term “Alternative”) – we prefer the former term because we believe ADR can offer more appropriate procedures according to the needs of the dispute and the parties and hence able to produce better outcome than the traditional adversarial system.

Dr. Dan Dana was right in saying that “In the life cycle of every conflict, there is a point when it’s large enough to be recognized, but small enough to be resolved.”

The level of conflicts the world is experiencing lately compelled Gamey and Gamey Group to introduce the Master of ADR programme to equip professionals with practical tools for a period of twenty-five weeks on Saturdays and so prepare them to use the PULSE Discovery process of ADR.

The areas we cover has been carefully chosen to make the learning complete. They are:

  • LISTENING AND SPEAKING SKILLS
  • SELF MEDIATION
  • MANAGERIAL MEDIATION
  • PULSE DISCOVERY PROCESS OF MEDIATION
  • ARBITRATION
  • INTEREST-BASED-NEGOATION
  • EXPLAINING LABOUR LEGISLATION OF GHANA
  • MENTORING AND COACHING
  • PRACTICAL SESSIONS AND SIMULATION EXERCISES

 

Gamey and Gamey Group represent PULSE Institute based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Recently the Group and the Institute have joined forces with the University of the Virgin Islands Institute for Leadership and Organisational Effectiveness PULSE (UVI-PULSE) to enable the parties offer highly professional and practical training and consulting services in their areas of specialization using world-wide best practices.
Areas of specialization include but not limited to:

  • Appropriate Dispute Resolution
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Strategic Human Resource Development
  • Labour Relations
  • Civic Engagement
  • Research Pertaining to Mediation Issues
  • Faculty and Student Attachment, when appropriate