Maritime is in an era of disruptive and meaningful evolution and it needs great leaders to help navigate this. This free 30-minute webinar details the formula to become an effective leader by focusing on 3 key areas:
Listen to the webinar with Torsten Schuhardt, Course Director for our Certificate in Learning and Development in Shipping, now.
There’s been a lot written recently about artificial intelligence and how technology is changing the shipping industry, but let’s leave aside these developments for a moment. Let us focus on where people deal with people: Leadership. No matter where you are, what industry you are in, dealing with people is driving the industry forward, but also providing challenges.
This whitepaper will give you a recipe on how to bring together 3 essential leadership components - Goals, Empathy and Feedback - to be a more successful leader.
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This is an energising time for leaders to act on business model innovation. However, with the ever-evolving technology and skill base, can leaders always stay ahead of their teams – and do they need to?
Several experts in leadership and technology share their thoughts on how leaders can stay vigilant around the constant evolution of skills and competences of teams. Read on...
90% of the world’s goods are transported by ships, making the maritime industry a crucial part of the global economy. However, leaders in maritime today face many challenges posed by the evolution of automation, changing economic landscape and globalization.
7 professionals discuss the most important skills for leaders of the future. Read on...
The OECD estimates that equalising the role of men and women could increase GDP by 10% by 2030*. With an aging workforce and difficulty in attracting young talent, the maritime industry lags behind diversity trends. Only 2% of global sea force represents women, who also receive 45% less compensation than men**.
In a recent webinar on equal shipping, led by Dr Katerina Konsta, CEO of SeaWorks Training & Consultancy, 8 women in maritime addressed the issues that they faced and continue to face in the industry. They covered organisational culture, lack of a suitable support network and inadequate industry awareness. Read on...
Oil and gas industry is a principal driver of the global economy, involving major commodity markets and trading. However, this industry is facing a plethora of significant and diverse challenges across the globe which encompasses environmental, geopolitical, community unrest and dissatisfaction, regulatory issues, emerging alternative sources of energy and more importantly falling demand due to slow economic growth. The most recent one is the crash in oil price.