Decision-Making

Green-Jakobsen 21 minutes

All crew members, regardless of rank, make small and big decisions to solve various challenges in their work and personal lives. While some decisions can be made easily, most can be handled better if a logical and structured approach is utilised.

This course explains the process of decision-making, including the different factors, styles, tools and best practices to follow in various situations.



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Green-Jakobsen

Green-Jakobsen A/S is a maritime consultancy offering ship owners, operators, ship management companies, and maritime entities a unique combination of skillsets that encompasses all aspects of managing the human element in shipping. With a compass as its emblem, Green-Jakobsen’s team sets a firm course for you by analysing, diagnosing, and then improving the safety mindset, leadership, and human resource performance of your people onshore and at sea. We do this by using our combined decades of experience with proven, custom-made programs fitting your company culture that focus on the human element to improve performance and ultimately your bottom line. By balancing industry know-how with out-of-box thinking, we transform strategy into daily work by using tangible tools which we co-design with you, implement alongside you on board and in the office and then measure how effective we have been together. Green-Jakobsen specialists accompany you every step of the way - they are your guarantee.

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  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 21 minutes
  5. Intended for: Officers and team leaders.
  6. Reference: Based on STCW Table A-II/2, A-III/2 Leadership and managerial skills; OCIMF Human Factors Approach