In business aviation an operating partner is like a consultant, except for one big difference. A consultant typically arrives, assesses the situation, tells you what needs to be done and leaves. An operating partner helps you do it. Read 5 Reasons Why You Need an Operating Partner.
When created and implemented in the right way, your value statements will take on strong meaning and serve as your agreed-upon standards for evaluating the actions and behaviors of the team. Think of your value statements as guiding principles for how you’ll accomplish what you need to get done.
Many companies don’t have a Business Aircraft Use Policy, leaving them vulnerable to regulatory violations and low usage. Here’s why you need one.
Fear in the workplace is rarely visible. Yet its effects are insidious. Steve Brechter shares 5 ways to eradicate fear in your flight department.
When aviation organizational transformation is on the docket for your business aviation facility, empowerment, inclusion and consistency are three essential keys to your success.
Why is it so hard to make tough calls, especially when you know the right thing to do? Here are five proven ways to stop agonizing and start leading.
Are you ready for significant organizational change? Here’s the first step of effective survival change management that can get everyone focused on what needs to happen.
The most impactful leaders are those who “let go.” Here’s how to motivate and encourage your team members to achieve through empowerment.
In a recent blog, ,we outlined the six key competencies of leadership that everyone should demonstrate. The point is that everyone—regardless of organizational position or grade band—is a leader. That means everyone in the flight department needs to “show up” like a leader. Especially if the flight department intends to deliver the service levels that
Among the many keys to effective change management, creating and sustaining alliances are critical puzzle pieces. Here’s why and how.