Leading Change in the Corporate Aviation Function

  • Leading Change in Corporate Aviation
  • Corporate Aviation managers and executives deal with constant change on many levels due to updated regulations, new corporate procedures, personnel turnover, etc. Learn to identify the opportunities to initiate and lead successful change efforts within your organization by building a strong, fluid team whose members are able to adjust their own habits and behaviors while supporting the company's evolving needs. Managing the Corporate Aviation Function and Developing Leadership Capability in the Corporate Aviation Function are prerequisites for attending this program.

  • At a Glance

    For corporate aviation function managers and executives who want to enrich their ability to understand, plan and lead change, Leading Change in the Corporate Aviation Function will help you identify and understand the current change models in use, the sources for resistance to change and the phases of the change process. You'll put your knowledge and skills to the test in a day-long, intensive change management simulation that will uncover your assumptions about managing change and provide opportunities for improvement.

    Where You'll Excel

    • Learn the principles of planning, organizing and implementing a successful change initiative.
    • Gain deeper insight into your own change leadership skills.
    • Anticipate hurdles to change and know how to overcome them.
    • Learn how to build buy-in for a change strategy with your team/organization. 

    Topics Covered

    • Current Models of Change
    • Changing Individuals
    • Building Flexible Teams
    • Transforming Organizations
    • Managing Organizational Change (Simulation)
    • Planning Your Next Change Initiative
    • How to Follow-Up

    Outcomes

    You'll leave Leading Change in the Corporate Aviation Function with:

    • The ability to identify the best opportunities to implement successful change strategies
    • The stages necessary in a change process
    • Preliminary plans for personal, team or organizational change
    • Deeper understanding of how to translate your vision, mission and goals into action
    • Significant progress toward becoming a "change master"

    Participants

    This program is designed for corporate aviation function executives, managers and site managers who are facing a changing environment and need to enhance their skills in anticipating, planning, organizing and leading change efforts and initiatives. All participants must have completed one of the following courses before enrolling in this course:  Managing the Corporate Aviation Function or  Developing Leadership Capability in the Corporate Aviation Function .

    Faculty

    Mark E. Haskins

    Professor of Business Administration
    Haskins has designed and delivered executive education programs for such clients as IBM, INTELSAT, MCI, Coopers & Lybrand, Aetna Insurance, Norfolk Southern Railroad, AES Corporation, Rolls Royce NA, Harris Corporation, the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Air Force. Professor Haskins has taught executives in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Thailand, Australia, Hong Kong and the United States. He is author of The Secret Language of Financial Reports(McGraw-Hill, 2008) and coauthor of Teaching Management: A Field Guide for Professors, Consultants and Corporate Trainers(Cambridge University Press, 2006).

     

     

    Lynn Isabella

    Associate Professor of Business Administration 
    Isabella teaches courses in organizational behavior, leadership and change, and team interaction. As a management consultant, she has extensive international experience with companies worldwide, helping them develop their global leadership talent and organizational effectiveness. She regularly works with companies in Central and Eastern Europe through IEDC, Bled School of Management in Slovenia and has extensive experience in Latin and South America, China, Africa and Western Europe. As a certified executive coach, Professor Isabella helps managers and executives achieve their highest leadership potential in order to do the best work of their career and inspire others to do the same. As a researcher, she focuses on questions of leading change as a middle manager, developing one's collaborative leadership abilities, understanding the mindsets that shape individual careers and propel organizational change.

     

    Location & Accommodations

    Darden School of Business 
    Charlottesville, Virginia

    As a participant, you'll stay in a private room at the Inn at Darden, our highly rated hotel adjacent to the classroom buildings and dining center. Accommodations are included in your tuition.

    Tuition & Certificates

    $8,550 covers materials, meals and accommodations at the Inn at Darden. To participate in this course, you need to have completed one of the following courses:

    NBAA members receive a 10 percent tuition reduction.

    By taking this course, you will earn one week of credit toward a Certificate of Specialization.