Monthly Archives: June 2013

To Lead…or to Manage.

There is a term within the aviation industry called CRM, short for crew resource management. CRM is defined by the FAA in Aviation Circular 120-51D as the application of team management concepts in the flight deck environment. Further, successful CRM … Continue reading

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NextGEN 2013 Symposium

More so meant for the aviation specialists visiting my blog… Do not miss the updates from industry stakeholders on the evolution of NextGEN air traffic management. The Air Line Pilot’s Association and National Air Traffic Controllers Association have teamed up … Continue reading

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Keyboard Leadership

A little more than ten years ago I embarked on a journey that would set me on a path of stability, success, life enjoyment, challenges, and of course learning. I enlisted in the Air Force roughly a year after graduating … Continue reading

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Going Viral

First, I can’t start a post on Father’s Day without first saying – Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there this afternoon. The Dad Life video is one that caught my attention about two years ago, a year … Continue reading

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Protecting Credibility

How do opinion leaders within business and policy protect their credibility and remain relevant in the age of “…anyone can be a subject matter expert” opinion leader evolution? While originally worded differently, this was the question posed in earlier discussion … Continue reading

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