Airline Disasters meet Gender Bias

About this Elevate Workshop

At 9:01 A.M. on the morning of March 27, 1977, a KLM Royal Dutch Airlines 747, departed Amsterdam bound for the Canary Islands. As a result of a preventable error chain, what followed was the worst disaster in aviation history.

How do we break down the error chain of his particular disaster and apply it to a hypothetical sexual harassment case which occurred in the United States?

What's included

  • Hook: The disaster movie made real.
  • Tools: How it could have been prevented using a systemized approach to resolution.
  • Practical:
    • Hypothetical sexual harassment and gender bias story, using the same preventative system tools to change the ending from disaster movie to positive and constructive.
    • Facility discussion
  • Takeaway: How to anticipate and prevent sexual harassment and other negative occurrences using a system of tools.

Gina Longo is a retired US airline pilot with some incredible stories of her own and of her industry, which will not be forgotten.

Delivery type:
Live via Zoom
Live in Person
Video On-Demand
Running Time: Half-day

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