There has been an increased industry focus on pilots’ mental health since the Germanwings tragedy in 2015. A recent survey conducted by Harvard University revealed that one in eight airline pilots might be clinically depressed. Regulatory bodies such as EASA and FAA are currently working to resolve this complex issue. However, traditional regulatory approaches won’t be effective when it comes to mental health-related matters. We believe that it is the responsibility of every pilot to be self-aware and that awareness comes through emotional learning and practice.
This 35-minute webinar will look at the new EASA rule on the mental fitness of aircrew and will present a proactive, learning-based approach to effectively implement it.
This webinar will introduce you to the world of emotions and how learning them in-depth can help you elevate your self-awareness and improve your decision-making.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn the following important topics for pilots.
- New EASA rule on Pilots’ Mental Fitness
- Mental Health Challenges
- Peer Assistance Network (PAN)
- Developing Pilots’ Self-Awareness
- CRM Training Limitations
- What are Emotions?
- Top 6 Myths About Emotions
- Understanding Emotions
- Learning and Practicing Emotions
- A Preventive Approach to Emotional Fitness
Attend this FREE webinar with Dan Newby, a global leader in Coaching for Emotional Fitness
Dan is a coach, trainer, and author helping good leaders to become great leaders by helping them understand and use their emotions productively. He has worked with leaders in high-risk industries such as aerospace and health care and has helped several organizations develop resilience and a culture of safety through developing emotional competency. Engaging in learning with Dan goes to the heart of who you are which is what determines how you perform as a pilot and crew member. All his work is practical and will help you reinvent yourself by listening to your three centers of intelligence. That is an essential part of the learning because it allows you to see yourself as your co-pilot, crew, and boss already see you. From that point, you will design a path to recreate yourself as the pilot you choose to be. He is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and his coaching programs are fully aligned to ICF’s guidelines and ethical standards.