“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
George Bernard Shaw
Specifics of this offer
Avoiding misunderstandings is the most important communication rule in aviation. Contributing to this rule is the strict regulation of a clearly defined, unambiguous language. Also, feedback loops – in which what was said is "read back" again – are utilized to ensure that everything was understood as intended.
Equal communication between all those involved, in which critical points can also be addressed to those higher in rank, is another key factor that we can learn from the cockpit.
Communication is the main component of every interaction between people. Therefore, effective communication is the key to success both professionally and at a personal level.
We can learn a lot from the cockpit in terms of our daily communication style. I would be happy to support you in the form of training and/or coaching or in the context of team and organizational development.
You will learn:
- How to stay authentic and adapt to the situation in which you communicate by applying simple models.
- To significantly enhance your personal impact by receiving individual recommendations that make a big difference.
- Clear, direct, and concise communication that avoids misunderstandings and resulting errors.