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Home > News > May 2006 > 10-May-2006

A different tack in management training

LifeCraft has launched a new management programme, "Sail into Management", part of which takes place aboard a 95 foot Turkish Gulet.

Heather Girling, director of LifeCraft, has just returned from her latest trip to Marmaris, Turkey, to secure the services of a yacht to run the first "Sail into Management" programme in September this year.

She said the concept behind this experiential and active learning idea is to match the management and running of the charter vessel against conventional management tasks such as planning, communications and delegation but at a heightened level of awareness

The programme, which caters for up to 12 delegates at a time, includes pre-departure profiling, one week of workshops aboard a Turkish Gulet, and post-event coaching.

Heather Girling said the framework for the programme is in place with a selection of module concepts available for commissioning managers to select from, depending on individual organisational need.

She said: "This new programme will be similar in format to our successful ILM endorsed Certificate in Manager Development, where each programme is different and customised based on delegate profiling and learning needs analysis."

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