WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on May 20, 2022

This is a story about the wisdom of greening up the grass in your own backyard, rather than gazing over the fence at your neighbor’s lawn. If that sounds cryptic,

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on April 26, 2022

It was wonderful to return to the NBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference (SDC) a few weeks ago. It is always a high-energy-filled conference that I characterize as an amazing balance of professionalism

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on March 29, 2022

While I don’t particularly like it when someone says, “See, I told you so,” those words seem to be on the tip of my tongue today. (I’m referring my May

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on March 18, 2022

Schedule flexibility is cited as the number-one benefit to business aviation employees, according to a recent survey conducted by NBAA. CD In fact, being able to flex one’s work schedule

WRITTEN BY Jill Henning on March 7, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – March 8, 2022 – For 50 years, Aviation Personnel International (API) has served as the woman-owned business aviation recruiting firm in the U.S. To kick off Women’s

WRITTEN BY Jennifer Pickerel on February 22, 2022

When it comes to attracting and retaining aviation talent, are you an “employer of choice”? In other words: When candidates are applying with several companies, is yours at the top

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on February 18, 2022

I attended the NBAA Leadership Conference in Dallas last week with about 400 other attendees, and the experience was fantastic. It was gratifying to see so many people in the

WRITTEN BY Debbi Laux on January 24, 2022

For aviation leaders, one might think that “managing airplanes” takes up the most of their time. But in reality, the majority is spent on managing people—and related workforce issues. Here

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on January 21, 2022

The role of a Part 91 aviation director has changed significantly over the last 10 to 15 years. Due to a variety of factors, including much more oversight by human