The management of the Takoradi Technical University (TTU) in the Western Region is inviting the University community to a public lecture on the theme, “Emotional Intelligence: Myth or Reality?” to provide answers to some national issues.
Some of the issues to be tackled as part of the lecture include, “Why Ghana recorded 553,065 dissolved marriages and 405, 090 separated marriages in 2021 alone, Why Ghana recorded 650,000 severe mental disorder cases in 2020, Is it true that Ghana has over 10,000 dementia cases, Is it the case that most Ghanaians suffer stress-related diseases, and Why are intellectuals arrested for all forms of abuses?”
The rest are “Why are students’ academic performance falling, Why are spousal abuse and killings on the ascendancy, Why are businesses failing in Ghana and How can these challenges be overcome” among others.
The lecture which would be hosted by the Vice-Chancellor of TTU, Rev John Frank Eshun and chaired by Dr Samuel Armo Tobbin, Council Chairman of TTU will have the Western Regional Minister, Mr Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah as the Special Guest.
The lecture to be held at the University Auditorium on Thursday, July 21, 2022, will be addressed by Dr Moses Maclean Abnory, Registrar for TTU.
Dr Abnory is a self-motivated, organised, enthusiastic, dedicated and hardworking individual who is committed to his career and exhibits good knowledge of his professional area and impart it with great passion toward the achievement of results.
He is an experienced educational administrator, health services management consultant, and an effective leader with a proven ability to develop registries of emerging higher institutions of learning (universities) and other corporate organisations.
He has over twenty (20) years of higher education and health services management experience, fifteen (15) years of consultancy services in the field of managing organisations and their stakeholders, and a strong passion for facilitating personal and staff capacity building.
His major strengths as an Organisational Development expert and a university administrator are in the management of the organisation’s resources with the ability to work under pressure, to advise and assist in implementing important decisions and policies, as well as his pragmatic and visionary drive makes him suitable for team goals accomplishment and achievement.
Dr Abnory holds PhD in Public Health from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), PhD in Geography and Regional Planning from the University of Cape Coast (UCC), and a PhD in Business Administration from the Atlantic International University (AIU), USA.
He facilitated the drafting of the Transport Policy and Campus Security and Safety Code (2016) and prepared a manual on Motivation and Job Satisfaction among health managers in the Central Region of Ghana (Unpublished) which was adopted as a training manual (2012).
He submitted a proposal for the creation of a modern car park for UCC Hospital for patients and staff safety as well as income generation (2010), submitted a proposal for the setting up of an X-ray department at the UCC Hospital (2008), and submitted a memorandum on the proposed National Paradigm Shift in health care delivery: some lessons for the public Universities in Ghana to enhance preventive healthcare practices (2007).
In 2006, Dr Abnory submitted a paper on Culture and Work Performance of health staff – the case of UCC Hospital for the improvement of attitude to work, and submitted a proposal for the creation of staff canteen and for staff and patients welfare and Income generation purpose.
He also submitted a proposal for the introduction of the National Health Insurance Scheme into the Public University Hospitals – Ghana (2005) and submitted a paper on an Evaluation of Theater Operations for the period January – December 2003 for the enhancement of surgical and other related services (2004).
He also made an Appraisal of Mortuary Activities for the period January to September 2002 to halt corrupt practices (2003) and prepared a proposal on Attraction and Retention of Nurses: The Case of U.C.C. Hospital to solve the shortage of Nurses (2001).