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Top 10 Rewind Articles of 2018

In our last post, we wrapped up our “Best of 2018” series of articles. These are the most-read new articles of the year as determined by the wisest of people: readers like yourself! But it wasn’t just the shiny new articles catching peoples’ attention. Articles from previous years (which we lovingly refer to as “Rewinds”) were also providing […]

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Top Articles of 2018 #6-10

We’re proud to present the top Forward Momentum blog posts of last year! These are the articles that garnered the most attention and sparked the liveliest conversation among you, our readers! The countdown to #1 begins here: 10. Thinking Globally: A Note to a New Instructional Designer by Tiffany Robinson 9. White Paper: Planning by […]

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Leadership Lessons from the Left Seat: Recovery from Unusual Attitudes

by Frank Burroughs Believe it or not the chapter title is also the title of one of the required elements of the FAA Practical (actual flying) exam. It isn’t about the pilot’s mood rather about the aircraft’s position relative to the horizon and direction of flight. One of the most critical pieces of information a pilot […]

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Avoiding Potholes: Communication

by Bill Flury Cruising Down the Road You weren’t nervous this time. You had worked hard on this presentation. You had great slides and you cruised through your delivery. Now you were ready to handle any question about the details. The first question was about your analysis. “I don’t understand your statistics. Could you please […]

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Leadership Lessons from the Left Seat: Dealing With Difficulty

by Frank Burroughs Despite the best planning and skill, pilots sometimes find themselves in a difficult situation.  Circumstances that were not planned for may arise.  Conditions that require more skill or capability than pilot or aircraft possess generate the need to seek help.  Unlike your automobile, a pilot cannot simply pull over and call AAA on […]