Apostle Dr. Christian Tsekpoe, the Head of Ministerial Formation at the Pentecost School of Theology and Mission of the Pentecost University (PU), has touted the overwhelming endorsement PU has earned across all the spectra of society and advised staff and members of The Church of Pentecost to cherish and contribute to enhancing the university’s widely respected brand.
Apostle Dr. Tsekpoe made these remarks when he addressed staff at the university’s first Management and Staff retreat for 2023.
With an emphasis on the elements of branding, Dr. Tsekpoe said many elements contribute to the brand distinctiveness of PU. He cited strong corporate leadership, calibre of staff members, strategic publicity, infographics and close association with The Church of Pentecost as some of the elements that give the PU brand overwhelming respect.
“This brand image has contributed to the increasing enrollment of students in recent years,” he added.
Before Apostle Tsekpoe’s presentation, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua, in the opening address, asked staff to be grateful to God for His goodness towards the university as a corporate body and the individual staff members.
The Vice-Chancellor stressed that gratitude is a sign of maturity and therefore charged the staff to cultivate hearts of gratitude to God, the University and others.
The Management and Staff retreat is a critical item on the University’s calendar aimed at re-energising staff and strategising towards the realisation of PU’s “University A+ agenda” of Godliness, research intensiveness, ethics and academic distinctiveness.
Report by PU Communications Department