Recently, NBAA spoke with four business aviation young professionals about how important it has been for them to find jobs with employers with a just and welcoming organizational culture. Today’s podcast discusses why it’s important that aviation managers understand their role in creating a culture that values employees’ perspectives. “If you’re a leader in an organization, you should be having regular check-ins with your people,” said Scott Moore of Moore Life Leadership. “What’s going on in their lives? What challenges do they have? Where do they hope to be in one year, five years? What can you do to help enable that? And how do you communicate that to the employee to let them know that you are advocating on their behalf?”
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Scott Moore, CAM, human leadership guru at Moore Life Leadership
Jennifer Pickerel, vice president at Aviation Personnel International
Andy Richards, chief operating officer for Duncan Aviation in Battle Creek, MI
The FAA has been working with NBAA and others to address privacy concerns with the Privacy ICAO Address program (PIA), which recently was expanded beyond the contiguous U.S. to include overwater routes.
Flight data monitoring and data sharing are important tools to help identify potential safety risks before they become serious issues. That said, many operators are uncertain about how they work, what equipment is needed and what this information can offer their operations. NBAA has developed a new, comprehensive resource to answer those and other questions.
In this special edition of NBAA Flight Plan, podcast host Rob Finfrock gets a few moments in between conference sessions with NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen to discuss the latest efforts by the association to highlight business aviation's societal benefits.
NBAA, with input from its Emerging Technologies Committee, Access Committee and Advanced Air Mobility Roundtable, recently joined with other industry partners to declare there are good reasons for the FAA not to use the term advanced air mobility in the agency's proposed revised definition of aeronautical activity.