The maritime industry is continuously discussing the human element – it’s impact, limitations, flaws and strengths, but what do we really know and understand about it?
For many years Green-Jakobsen has been involved in many human element related projects. An important learning is that, to manage the human element, we need a deeper understanding and a richer vocabulary than is available in our everyday language. The human element is more than two words and if you are in a position where you need to influence the human element, a strong subject insight will help you do your job.
During this array of online courses, we will discuss human limitations and potentials and we will present methods on how to overcome e.g. human bias, prejudice, unfocused thinking and attention, performance overrating and many other things. Examples of questions being addressed are:
Each course will have its own focus area and provide you with theory, tools, methods and principles. Also, we will be referring to maritime case stories, experiences, services and feedbacks where our way of thinking has ensured the desired effect. Our Safety Delta statistics will also be brought into play.
Reserve your seat for the 5th Human Element course in this first series – see the link below.
The courses will be repeated next year, but if you are interested in a company specific course, contact us for further arrangements.
March 12, 2021
The Human Element – ‘What you have’ versus ‘What you need’
April 9, 2021
The Human Element – Pragmatic safety to achieve ‘What you need’
May 7, 2021
The Human Element – Human thinking to achieve ‘What you need’
June 4, 2021
The Human Element – ‘What you need’ is subjectivity
It is not a requirement to participate in all five courses.
Course duration: approx. 1 hour per course
THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS TWO (2) DAYS BEFORE THE COURSE DATE. (1day for webinars)