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Increasing staff engagement when they need it most

To say that 2020 has made us change the way we go about everyday life is an understatement.  With all the challenges this year has brought to organisations, with maritime being no exception, it’s all too easy for HR to get forgotten.  

However, HR is more important than ever.  After an unprecedented period of working from home, you may be seeing that employees are less motivated, that they aren’t fully engaged with the organisation or perhaps even seen a drop in productivity.

Investing in your team

It’s especially important for employees at this time to feel that their organisation is investing in their personal development. 

Here at Spinnaker, we are in the process of running two of our leadership developments programmes virtually.

Our maritime leadership development programme can form part of your organisation’s learning and development (L&D) strategy which can help reflect your overall business strategy.

Developing your leaders

We offer open programmes, where maritime professionals from a range of businesses and professions come together and network (virtually).  Some employees may prefer this style of programme as it provides a safe environment to share problems.  It also provides a great learning experience as participants learn what other successful organisations are doing.

We also offer an in-house programme.  This is a great method for organisations to ‘tailor’ the programme to their own mission and vision.  It is excellent for team building which can be very useful when team members work in different offices globally.

What our participants say

“This was a great session!”

“I found it very useful… some great tools to assist with managing my team.”

What it involves

Both programmes include a one-to-one Facet5 personality profiling session for each participant, virtually delivered workshops, and follow-up coaching to embed learning.

For further information please contact Helen at hmccaughran@spinnaker-global.com or call +44 (0) 1702 595 302

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