There are six steps to our management process, beginning with defining the
mission to implementing lessons learned from the process and applying it to
new future missions. This process embeds a culture of continuous
improvement within the organization.
Not every mission is well defined, and goals are often incomplete. Learn how to define your missions as concretely as possible by defining the goals of the mission and the milestones that must be completed to achieve those goals.
Develop skills to help identify priorities toward completing a mission. Learn how to identify the “must win battles” and determine which tasks need to be completed first. We often recommend analyzing the process in reverse order to identify the different tasks and milestones that are required to reach your goals.
Understand the keys to success and the main challenges you will face. Learn how to identify the challenges and opportunities involved in the mission, as well as the tools you have to overcome challenges and take advantage of opportunities.
Learn how to develop alternate paths to success. Encouraging team members to think creatively about different ways to reach your goal is an important skill for an effective leader.
The more detailed your plan, the more likely you are to achieve success. However, devoting time to planning for uncertainty will help you be ready in the event of an unpredictable surprise.
Use organizational tools to ensure that your team is on the same page and everyone understands the keys to success.
From the Cockpit to Your Organization. We shift the focus from the flight simulator
experience to real-world applications based on lessons learned in the cockpit.
The Squadron’s proprietary methodology is adapted for business from one of the world’s most elite organizations. The Squadron instructors are IAF pilots, and former US Navy, Marine and Air Force fighter pilots and commanders who like executives, lead high stakes situations often without clear information and in real-time, fluid environments.
We shift the focus from the flight simulator experience to
real-world applications based on lessons learned in the cockpit.
Yes. Our unique training program, led by fighter pilots and simulator instructors, allows anyone to fly and perform the missions.
Yes, the simulator doesn’t move or vibrate. Thousands of pregnant women have flown in our simulators without any problems.
Yes, participants must be 12 years or older.