The organization's primary activity is the development of bespoke public confidence which combines public and private organizations' interests to enhance cooperation between various stakeholders in a society and with the goal of controlling strains by creating shared interests and collaboration. In both new and more mature democratic societies, citizens are putting increased pressure on administrators, army, police, security agencies and lawmakers not only to control crime but also to treat everyone they contact, fairly and with respect. A continuing challenge, therefore, is to create practical mechanisms for the aforementioned to routinely oversee and influence the conduct of law enforcement, by appositely conducting crisis management, conflict management, emergency management, change management, media management, public opinion management and image management. The management of the aforementioned will strengthen the manner in which various agencies (administrators, army, police, security agencies, lawmakers, public relation officers, and media managers) to exercise their powers to regulate law and order in their various individual domains and augment public confidence in their respective organizations. Successful confidence building can overcome obstacles blocking closer ties between various stakeholders.
The objective of the programme is to help participants to:
• Appreciate the concepts of crisis management and conflict management
• Appreciate the concepts of media management, image management and brand management
• Augment their ability to deal with public and media in various spheres of their work life.
Theme 1 : Crisis management, conflict management and disaster management
Theme 2 : Media management, image management and brand management
Theme 3 : Goal oriented confidence building measures
The programme is designed for mid to senior-level officers from the Indian Civil Services, Army, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), Police and Paramilitary forces. In addition, this program also caters to senior officials of NGO and industry managers who deal with public relation activities. The programme can accommodate a maximum of 30 participants