Team Leadership in Aviation

Leadership is a quality that is easy to recognize but difficult to define. Leadership remains one of the most critical and relevant aspects of the organizational context.  Well honed leadership skills will help (future) leaders lead the direction of an organisation rather than simply managing existing operations. However, there has been little formalization to nurture up-to-date leadership at the middle and top management levels in the aviation industry to transfer those skills from existing leaders to emerging leaders.

Very few professional development programs are available to equip (future) leaders and safety champions with the communication, administrative and organisational skills to improve the effective implementation of ICAO SARPs. This course changes that for Africa.

COURSE CONTENT

This dedicated 4-day leadership course will assist the host organisation in the retention and promotion of strong leaders.

It will also assist them in identifying high potential candidates for leadership positions.

The course will assist current and emerging leaders develop two crucial skill sets to complement their technical skills, namely administrative skills and interpersonal skills.

INTENDED PARTICIPANTS:

  • Heads of unit
  • Heads of department
  • Chief fire officers
  • Chief Air Traffic Control Officers
  • Safety managers
  • Managers
  • Emerging leaders

This course takes a maximum of 12 participants.

Previous customers include the East African Civil Aviation Academy and the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority

Course subjects include

  • Leadership styles
  • Understanding leadership & safety culture
  • Motivating & effectively influencing of your employees
  • Communication styles
  • Team roles and team building
  • Relationship building
  • Effective leadership communication
  • Personal & organisational challenges
  • Feedback strategies

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This course is given at the ASPC-Rwanda. Please monitor our website for new editions of this course in Rwanda and pricing information. The course can also be given on location in Africa. Contact us for a quotation.

International Air Law & Policy

July 5 | 8:30 am - July 6 | 4:30 pm UTC
AviAssist Safety Promotion Centre – Rwanda
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