There are the steps to our Succeeding from Failure process.
The feelings and emotions following a failure are something we need to recognize. Admission of failure is the first step toward moving forward. This workshop begins with a failure, so participants can become familiar with it in a safe, neutral environment.
Debrief and Learn from Unsuccessful Experiences – Using our debrief methodology, we begin by understanding what happened, and then drilling down to the root cause to understand why it happened by understanding that what and the why, we are able to develop practical next steps as we plan the How for our next mission.
Before moving on to the next mission, we work with participants to build up their belief in themselves that they will succeed.
What stops people from trying? Understanding this question is critical to recovering from an unsuccessful experience.
Which habits delay our success? How can we break and reform happens to overcome failure? Understanding this is critical to overcoming and persevering.
Take the valuable tools and skills learned in this workshop and implement them into every day personal and business situations.
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.
Using a case study, situation, or challenge that you are currently facing, we analyze the situation and apply the methodology used in the simulators to your situation.
The workshop focuses on cultural excellence within organizations
and teams, exploring those cultural elements that make one
organization great. Teams learn which elements relating to culture
are needed to strengthen positive cultures and prioritize those
issues that need improving.
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.