A recent survey conducted by ISWAN highlighted the importance of social interaction onboard and how senior officers and the power of a great leader are more than just being higher in the hierarchy.
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The pandemic has radically changed our lives; now everyone wishes for life to restore to normal, but we all know that the post-COVID era will have no resemblance with the past. With the vaccinations now occurring across the globe, health officials are optimistic about the outbreak, but the pandemic won’t be over anytime soon. So what that means for shipping? What changes have been affected and what should we expect in the near and long term?
Being a leader in business is a powerful tool that helps you motivate and inspire others. Adding leadership skills in your social life onboard will help you build stronger relationships with crewmates, improve the feeling of trust and communication and boost your mental health.
Isolation has always been an aspect of life at sea and one of the main arguments for all those refraining from a potential seafaring career. What are the main drivers of this isolation and how has this been redefined in the era of COVID-19?
The latest Seafarers Happiness Index report, concerning the fourth quarter of 2020, revealed that small investments can make a difference to the lives of seafarers, in efforts to improve their life onboard.
Firstly launched in early July 2020, INTERTANKO Human Element in Shipping Committee (HEiSC) developed guidance and recommendations on crew welfare and mental wellness for crewing managers and shore-side staff. Following extensive use and feedback, the ‘Crew Welfare Management and Mental Wellness’ guide has now been updated and is presented as a second edition.
ISWAN conducted a research concerning the wellbeing for crew onboard and the challenges arising from isolation, highlighting the importance of social interaction and the key role it plays in seafarer’s life.
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