Tackling attrition and creating high performance cultures at GHI Leaders Academy

Written by: Felicity Stredder |
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The programme for GHI’s Leaders Academy Conference, 9th October, London Heathrow has been revealed.

The conference aims to help aviation business leaders understand employee engagement and how to harness it to boost safety, quality and OTP across their operations.

Presentations include:

  • Leading from the front: your role-as the leader- in creating a high-performance culture
  • Strategies for retaining employees on a budget
  • How to schedule and plan more effectively to manage peaks and troughs: Contract pricing pressures means ground handling businesses are under more pressure than ever to manage labour and equipment costs. Paul Allen, business efficiency advisor, will discuss simple techniques to maximise the productivity of your people and GSE in peak periods while minimising waste and waiting time during the quiet times.

Martin Greenaway, who heads up operations at award-winning London Southend Airport, will discuss the managerial insight he gained from walking a mile in an operative’s shoes and how it can help you tackle issues around peak scheduling, motivation and retention without spending a fortune.

With spiralling attrition a fact of life at many stations - Michael Paul Stephens, a leading business and leadership coach, will explore what motivates our people beyond the monthly pay check and the powers of positive reinforcement on the ramp.

For the full programme and booking enquiries please visit: https://leaders.groundhandling.com/

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