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Leadership Conference planning co-chair Jad Donald, chief pilot for Avfuel Corporation, provides an overview of key events at the conference, designed to help flight department leaders learn how to form meaningful connections with employees. Albert Astbury of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University explains how the NBAA PDP Course: Compensation and Reward Programs will provide real-world guidance and best practices about how wages and benefits can be use to motivate and empower personnel. Sheryl Barden, member of NBAA's Corporate Aviation Management Committee, discusses sessions focused on the challenge of motivating employees of different generations and how companies can turn generational diversity into a flight department asset.
Leadership Conference keynote speaker Chris Warner is one of America’s most successful mountaineers, having reached the summits of five of the world’s tallest peaks. As founder and owner of Earth Treks, Inc. and the co-author of the acclaimed book High Altitude Leadership, he has been invited to share his insights on leadership development with groups such as Google and the Wharton School of Business. Using first-person accounts of his expeditions, Warner will provide the lessons leaders need to reach the highest peaks of business success and become high altitude leaders.
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