WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on March 17, 2023

Dr. Sian Proctor was a keynote speaker at 2021 NBAA-BACE as well as last week’s NBAA Leadership Conference where she discussed the pressure she feels as a woman in the

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on February 20, 2023

No matter your age, location or job title, there are now five generations in the workplace. Among them are the Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Generation Z.

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on February 17, 2023

What are your flight department's rules regarding earning extra cash as a contractor? Be up front and read the fine print, says Sheryl Barden in her February AINsight article.The “gig

WRITTEN BY Jennifer Pickerel on January 29, 2023

Most of us—during our business aviation journey—come to a career crossroads. It’s that inevitable point at which we decide which path to follow. Will it be to thrive as an

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on January 20, 2023

Photo credit: Dassault This AINsight guest column, “Don’t Shoot the Messenger,” originally appeared in Aviation International News. Every week, my API colleagues and I find ourselves in a “change agent”

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on December 16, 2022

‘Tis the season . . .  to see how far we’ve come in the past 12 months! After all, we’ve certainly had some major experiences worth noting. That’s why I

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on December 16, 2022

Matt McNeil, founder, president, clinical director, and director of human performance at LiftAffect, presents on mental health in aviation during the 2022 Bombardier Safety Standdown. (Photo: Bombardier) This AINsight column

WRITTEN BY Lisa Borrayo on November 18, 2022

Work-life balance has been a hot topic across many industries, and the aviation world is no different. Still, when discussing the merits of a healthy balance between work and home,

WRITTEN BY Sheryl Barden on November 18, 2022

Blog Author Sheryl Barden (right) and her API colleague Jennifer Pickerel presented during the 2022 Bombardier Safety Standdown. (Photo: Matt Thurber/ AIN) Every one of us in aviation needs to