Leadership in Action Workshop: A Case Study of Captain Jack Aubrey
Presented by the Connecticut Bar Institute
Seminar Code: EDU151023
Jim Flynn, VP of Operation, South Central CT Regional Water Authority, New Haven
About the Program:
In this interactive leadership workshop, the presenter demonstrates leadership skills through a unique blend of graphics, selected movie scenes, and moderated group discussion. The literary character Captain Jack Aubrey of author Patrick O'Brien's Aubrey-Maturin historical fiction series provides an engaging case study for analysis. Aubrey, the “Master and Commander” of the HMS Surprise, an aging 28-gun warship, is the embodiment of true leadership — with all its complexities and moral quandaries, interpersonal challenges, urgency, and moments of decision. His well-honed leadership skills translate from his context on the high seas in 1805 to the modern workplace.
You Will Learn:
Leadership skills and strategies that are needed to build collaborative teams, maximize productivity, shape a positive culture, promote harmony, and achieve goals and objectives.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone interested in maximizing their leadership abilities for use in their professional and personal lives.
Event Cost: Includes a light breakfast and parking (35 Bank Street)