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Fifteen Years of Safety, Service and a Commitment to Excellence
NBAA's Flight Attendants/Flight Technicians Conference, now in its 15th year, is designed to support business aviation flight attendants and technicians in their ability to provide excellent cabin safety, security and service. The focus of this year's conference is Crew Resource Management (CRM).
The conference will officially open with a welcome reception the evening of Thursday, June 24, and include a conference sponsored “Sunset in San Diego Conference Networking Reception,” the evening of Friday, June 25.
Other 2010 highlights include Thursday’s reprise of 2009's well-received Lead/Manager Flight Attendant/Flight Technicians Roundtable Meeting and the introduction of a PDP L2 Course, Creating and Achieving Goals for your Success by CornerStone Strategies. This year's keynote speaker, George Dom, former U.S. Navy Blue Angel commander, will speak on "High Trust Leadership." Dom will provide insight into how you can become better equipped to enhance your team's performance through improved relationships, professionalism and accountability.
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Review the schedule of education sessions and learn more about the conference's networking events. Review the agenda.
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For More Information
For more information, contact NBAA's Jay Evans at (202) 783-9353 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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