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6 tips to calm your nerves before an important interview

6 tips to calm your nerves before an important interview   Interviews are important, we all know this - your whole career could hinge on how well you do. The problem is the more you think about the interview and all the ‘what ifs’, the more you make yourself a...

How to personalise onboarding for crew

How to personalise onboarding for new crew:   Once you have successfully found your new crew members for the season you need to lay firm foundations on which to build your dream team. The first place to start is to ensure you have created a solid oboarding process....

Why listening gives you the leading edge

Do we truly know what it is to listen? Great leaders are great listeners and I am going to explain why -Whether you are in a leadership role or not, if you find yourself doing more talking than listening it would probably be in your best interest to read...

Mastering the Art of Receiving Feedback

In this blog I will tell you why and how honest feedback will build a better version of you. Mastering the art of receiving feedback will certainly make you a stand out leader.  It is not easy to achieve hence most people avoild receiving feedback. Let me...

Why Crew Needs Should Be Taken Seriously

The industry is finding itself in a very interesting space at the moment and I am so pleased to say that there are some industry specific business owners, both new and old, who are working together to combat the current issues that we are faced with. Crew welfare...

How to Master the Art of Delivering Feedback

If you are in a leadership role it is imperative that you are regularly communicating with your team on their performance efforts with the utmost professionalism and care. Feedback, when delivered well, enhances performance and increases productivity and morale....

How Healthy is your Department?

Without emotional/psychological safety it is very difficult to achieve emotional connection and subsequently highly unlikely your team will be successful in reaching its desired outcomes. When we feel secure in our relationships we are more likely to be authentic in...

Crew Safety

According to Harvard Business School, professor Amy Edmondson, defined psychological safety as “a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns or mistakes.”We all have been labeled as 'green' crew as we jumped...

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