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LEADERSHIP:

 

Three elemtents of the Training Triangle

Attitude (non technical)

Knowledge

Skills (technical) 

 

ALL THREE ARE EQUALLY IMPORTANT.

Leadership is about ATTITUDE (unlkely to come from a book)

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Good leaders are followed chiefly because...

... people TRUST and RESPECT them, rather than the skills they possess. 

 

(Leadership is about behvaiour first, skills second)

3

Even though leadership involves  management skills, 

 Leadership relies much more on... 

..Trust,

Inspiration,

Decision making and

Attitude,

Personal character

(TIDAP)

4

 

Good leaders depend on..

... attitudinial qualities, not management processes.

5

 

People new to leadership often..

.. feel pressure to lead in a particuarly dominant way.

 

Dominant leadership is rarely approrpiate especially with mature teams.

6

 

Leadership is often more about..

serving rather than leading.

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Why will people respect & follow you as a leader?

You earn respect by the way you do your job.

People will follow you as a leader because of the way YOU are.

You will insire and motivate your team.

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What are the four factors of leadership?

 

1) Leadership - have a honest understanding of who you are, what you can do and what you know.

2) Followers - Different people need different styles of leadership. You must know your people and their BE KNOW DO attributes.

3) Communication - You lead through two way communication. Much of it is "non verbal"  = setting an example.

4) Situation - What you do in one situation may not be approrpiate in another. Must use judgement to decide best course.

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What is the leader framework to guide you?

 

BE  - KNOW -  DO

 

 

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BE KNOW DO:

What does this mean?

 

BE:  

A professional with good character traits.

KNOW: 

 1)  The four leadership traits  - follower, leadership, communication, situation.

2) Yourself  - weakenesses, stengths, skills, knowledge

3)Human Nature - needs, emotions, reactions under stress

4) Your Job  - be proficients and able to train others

5) Your organisation - where to go for help, climate and culture, unofficial leaders

DO: 

 1)  Provide direction  - goal setting, problem solving, decision making, planning

2) Implement - communicating, coordinating, supervising, evaluating.

3) Motivate - morale and spirit in the organistion. Train, Coach, Counsel. 

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T-DODAR?

 

Time

Diagnose

Options

Decide

Assign

Review

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CLEAR?

 

C - Crew Name

L - Location

E - Event

A - Actions Taken

R - Recommendation

 

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What affects the quality of a decision?

- Information Available

- Time Available

- Your understanding of the information

- Size of the team
 

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The main points of making a decision are...

The main points are:

•There must be a decision
•It must be logical
•It must be achievable
•It must be safe given the constraints of time and risk, of all options available.

 

* Decisivie

* Logical

* Achievable 

* SAFE given the constraints of time and risk

 

DLAS

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What key things can you do to help develop your First Officer?

* Relaxed and supportive tone

* Praise good perforamance 

* Set an example (use SOP) (what right looks like)

* Choose your moment

*Demnstrate and encourage self-analysis

*Explain WHY not just WHAT

* Explain WHY you do something / decide 

* Don't be a big girls blouse you titty!

 

(Tone, Example, Moment, Praise, WHY)

TEMPW

 

 

 

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As an example, if the FO over rotated during the take off, what may be a good way of bringing up the feedback later on?

Perhaps ask whether the "nose felt light" during the take off which would probably lead onto a discussion regarding over rotation.

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Regarding FO development, and analaysis of a high energy approach, there is a big difference between....

 

.. WHAT happened and WHY it happened.

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There are THREE AREAS of effective leadership..

1) Task needs

2) Individual needs

3) Group needs