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EDU151023 Leadership in Action Workshop: A Case Study of Captain Jack Aubrey
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EDU151023 Leadership in Action Workshop: A Case Study of Captain Jack Aubrey

This interactive workshop on the key leadership skills needed for professional and personal success utilizes scenes from the film "Master and Commander" and the characters from author Patrick O'Brian's "Aubrey-Maturin" series to illustrate and analyze leadership styles and techniques.

When: Friday, October 23, 2015
9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Where: CBA Law Center
30 Bank Street
New Britain, Connecticut  06050
United States
Contact: CBA Member Service Center

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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)

                      Members $20
                      Non-members $40