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Crash Communikation

Lecture by
Peter Brandl

Crash Communikation

Lecture contents

  • Emergency checklists and rescue questions - How to save even the most messy situations
  • Fasten your Seatbelts - Effective De-escalation of Conflicts
  • The four most gruelling communication barriers in companies and how to overcome them

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Crash Communikation

Can you communicate?
Of course you can! But then why do we so often misunderstand each other? Why do we so often not achieve what we want to achieve?
Studies show that 15 to 20% of working time in companies is lost to conflict and friction.

But what would that be like if, on your next flight, there were just as many misunderstandings and conflicts among pilots and crew as in normal companies.  You wouldn't get on board, would you?

What you expect from aviation is that friction is avoided and that communication works. And that's exactly what strategies and techniques exist for - and you can transfer much of it perfectly to companies and teams.

So break the vicious circle of inefficiency, losses and frustration and raise your communication to a maximum flight level.

Discover the amazing parallels between professional aviation and everyday corporate life. Learn how to apply the strategies of professional pilots to communication in your teams in an exciting and engaging presentation. Learn how closed loops and rescue questions help you communicate better and more efficiently and avoid conflicts.

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