Among the challenges faced by the business aviation industry are that of retaining current talent and attracting new professionals to the workforce. Leaders must rally employees together to create a positive working environment and culture – one that is welcoming to all. These are among the issues that will be addressed at the 2020 NBAA Leadership Conference, taking place Feb. 24-26 in Orlando. FL.
In this episode of NBAA Flight Plan, host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
Jo Damato, vice president of educational strategy and workforce development, NBAA
Lori Johnson, marketing communications manager, Duncan Aviation
Joe Barber, vice president of fleet development, Clay Lacy Aviation
NBAA Board of Directors member Kate Fraser and Advisory Council member Kriya Shortt shared their perspectives on how to create pathways to success for women in the aviation industry at a recent FAA Women in Aviation Advisory Board (WIAAB) meeting.
Recipients of the NBAA Dr. Tony Kern Professionalism in Aviation Award epitomize professionalism and leadership in ways that support safety. Hear how three members of the Kern Award Class of 2020 apply these principles.
The pandemic has forced local and regional advocacy groups to explore new options to keep their members engaged. Learn how two groups have connected with individuals through social media, video conferencing and their websites.