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On behalf of the Polar Tankers we would like to thank MITAGS-PMI again for conducting such a successful Leadership Conference last week. We conducted a conference debrief meeting yesterday to discuss the “Good, Bad and Ugly” aspects of the conference and to identify any adjustments that should be made for our next session. The overwhelming consensus was that all of the presenters did an excellent job. We were especially impressed with how your team was able to present the material in a manner that supported our Leadership Competencies and encouraged attendee participation as well as they did. The end result far exceeded any expectations that we had going into to the conference. Dennis Weeks, Operations Compliance Director, Polar Tankers
Leadership and Managerial Skills (LMS)
The five (5) day thirty-five (35) hour course (MITPMI-751) will cover all pertinent areas of senior leadership concepts, techniques and skills as currently reflected in academic writings and as collected from "real life" experiences of individuals who have been in positions of leadership. Course instructors have been or are responsible for the success of the ships and/or maritime organizations and the individuals who work to support those organizations. Additionally, the course provides communication, interpersonal conduct, and meeting/group interaction techniques and skills that assist and augment the attendee's efforts to be a successful, safe, and effective leader.
This course satisfies the following:
Suggested Courses/Skills- See NVIC 10-14, 11-14, 12-14 & 13-14.
What You Will Learn
The goal of the MITAGS-PMI Leadership and Managerial Skills Course is to give professional mariners and senior vessel support personnel an in-depth overview of relevant and applicable information that describes, explains and clarifies the behavior and actions manifested by effective, efficient leaders and to provide applicable information, techniques and practices on verbal and written communications, address the issues of interpersonal conduct maritime leaders might face and provide resource management and time-saving techniques that can be applied to meetings. Collectively, the training and educational material presented in this course will augment and enhance individual leadership skills and can be applied on a day-to-day basis in leadership positions by those responsble for the safe, efficient, and effective operation of an individual vessel or a fleet of vessels.
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