Throughout March, NBAA has spotlighted several exemplary female aviation pioneers in recognition of Women’s History Month. Today, four distinguished aviation professionals discuss the role that women have played in our nation’s aviation history and how to bring the next generation of women into the industry. “The ‘see it, be it’ factor is so important,” said Dr. Becky Lutte with the University of Nebraska – Omaha Aviation Institute. “The more women that we get into aviation, the more young people coming into aviation will be able to see themselves in the industry.”
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Dorothy Cochrane, general aviation curator, National Air & Space Museum
Managing a small flight operation usually also means serving as the main point of contact with your principal or senior management. Effectively communicating the needs of the aviation operation to upper level personnel can be challenging. Four experts offer tips on how to be an effective communicator with upper management.
Planning has never been more important for those who are resuming or increasing international flying because the operating environment continues to evolve, due largely to changing, pandemic-mitigation requirements.
During a March 25, 20121, keynote session at the NBAA GO Leadership Summit, speakers discussed how diversity and real conversations can help create the best teams, covering the value of diversity, equity and inclusion and how businesses can go about incorporating it.