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The Art of Aircraft Maintenance: Painting a Picture of Complexity and Detail

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By Greg Paxson, A&P/IA, Senior Aviation Maintenance Consultant Do you have a great Technician or a Professional Maintenance Manager?  Hopefully, you answered yes to “both”, because you need both.  Safety, experience, and training are the hallmarks of any reputable management … Continue reading

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Act Like a Leader Before You Are One

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weblog via HBR.org by Amy Gallo on 5/1/13 If you want to become a leader, don’t wait for the fancy title or the corner office. You can begin to act, think, and communicate like a leader long before that promotion. … Continue reading

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10 Leadership Lessons From George Washington

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You may remember Valley Forge from Junior High history, but to refresh your memory, it was where the American Revolutionary soldiers wintered in 1777-1778.  Conditions were brutally cold.  Clothing in tatters.  Shoes nonexistent. Many wounded soldiers died from exposure.  And … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Make the Second Half of Your Life Count

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Many mountaineers have lost their lives on the Swiss Matterhorn and are buried nearby in a Catholic church cemetery outside the small town of Zermatt. A recent study by a historian found 2/3 of the climbers in this graveyard made it … Continue reading

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When No One Else Is Watching

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Guest blog by Josh Mesinger, www.jetsales.com The new issue of Fortune Magazine includes their annual section about the best advice people have ever received.  It touches on both business and life issues.  Reading it made me think about the best … Continue reading

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Keeping Your International Operations Publications Library Complete and Current: Here’s a Great Resource for You…

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Happy Aloha Friday from a chilly ISP.  It’s a brisk 18 degrees here this morning.  Apparently my nearly ten years in California has made me soft…  Anyway, as I warm up and write this  I found a neat little resource  … Continue reading

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Tool Control Systems for Your Flight Department

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Basic or Complicated:  It Depends on Your Needs  You’ve been tasked with implementing an ISBAO compliant Tool Control System for your maintenance operation.  Wow, that can be expensive.  That can be complicated.  For mechanics, there’s a perception that this can … Continue reading

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No-Nonsense ISBAO Audits for Large and Small Operators

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You now have a real, simple, experienced choice in professional ISBAO auditors – Business Aviation Solutions. With 30 years of industry experience, and as an early adopter of the ISBAO, I share your unique bizav leadership perspectives.  You work hard to keep your … Continue reading

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