posted by Jennifer Pickerel on August 11, 2021

I love recruiting. I mean, I really, really love recruiting. I enjoy the opportunity to match aviation professionals with their prospective career advancements. It’s beyond rewarding.Here at API, we delve

posted by Sheryl Barden on July 19, 2021

This article about whether to go with the 'diversity hire' vs. hire the 'best candidate' appeared in Aviation International News. View here. A colleague of mine recently heard a story involving an

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on July 19, 2021

For 20 years, HR organizations and aviation recruiters (like API) have been suggesting that companies hire for “cultural fit.” And now—as we reexamine the implications of our words—it’s the perfect

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on April 22, 2021

Have you heard of the ABCs of bias? And do you know that there are proven ways to block bias? It’s true. In fact, at the recent NBAA Leadership Conference,

posted by Sheryl Barden on March 11, 2021

This "Keeping it Classy" article originally appeared in the March 11th issue of the JETNET iQ PULSE newsletter. Download the PDF here.FromRollie Vincent, JETNET iQ Creator/Director"Sheryl Barden, one of our

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on February 17, 2021

A VP or Aviation Director might get credit as the leader of a flight department. But if you ask me, middle managers oftentimes are the “unsung heroes” of business aviation.After

posted by Sheryl Barden on February 11, 2021

I DID IT!That is, I completed NBAA’s Six Months to CAM program, passed the exam, and I’m now an officially Certified Aviation Manager (CAM).For those unfamiliar, many equate a CAM

posted by Sheryl Barden on January 29, 2021

Everywhere I go it seems like controversial topics quickly become front and center. At my book club, my weekly golf group, in work meetings, and of course on TV.As a

posted by Jennifer Pickerel on January 25, 2021

It’s typical “standard operating procedure” to reflect on our wins and losses, and then apply the lessons learned to our next challenge.But what about some of our deeply rooted behaviors

posted by Sheryl Barden on December 14, 2020

'Tis the season to see how far we’ve come in the past 12 months. And this year especially. Despite what 2020 has delivered, we all have had major experiences worth