Agility and driving success in a low volume environment

Are you facing heightened expectations to react to fast changing flight schedules and short notice equipment changes as a result of the Covid crisis?

Would you like to know how to achieve greater agility in your operation and achieve more on less resource?

Yes? Then help is at hand with GHI’s Digital Leaders Academy event on 4 March 2021.

The Digital Leaders Academy will provide a supportive learning forum where aviation managers from airlines, handlers, airports and suppliers can find practical solutions to boost flexibility, stakeholder collaboration, innovation, productivity and cost efficiency within their operations at this crucial time. 

Don’t feel you have to face up to the pandemic on your own! GHI’s will unite aviation stakeholders from around the world to share best practice.

The Digital Leaders Academy features an all-new roundtable format, allowing you to join smaller focus groups with aviation peers and find a way forward on crux challenges including: Harnessing employee-led innovation; SLAs/KPIs post-Covid, digital solutions to the crisis; culture change; and many more.

Register now for our early bird rate of €200 + VAT until 5 February.

Reasons to attend

  • Take advantage of our innovative roundtable format for more collaborative discussions: GHI will invite you to join breakout groups with a facilitator leading discussions on: Harnessing employee-led innovation; SLAs/KPIs post-Covid, digital solutions to the crisis; culture change; and many more.
  • All sessions and the full presentations available for your review post conference.
  • No flight costs/hotels or travel expenses: best-in-class training delivered direct to you.
  • Equip your management teams with the confidence to thrive in the new normal: Full certification of attendance available to help you achieve training programmes.
  • Share business improvement ideas with your aviation peers in a supportive and open community forum.
  • Find HR strategies to help you retain key skillsets and enhance your workforce flexibility/productivity.
  • Learn how you - the aviation business leader- must adapt to drive performance in the post pandemic world.
  • Identify revenue growth opportunities in cargo and the steps to successful diversification.

Recommended for all aviation managers from airlines, ground handlers, suppliers and airports who are looking to rebuild operations post pandemic. Specifically relevant to: Ground Operations Director/Manager; Ground Handling Manager; COO; Ramp Manager; Airport Managers; Terminal Business Managers; Airline Ground Operations manager; Safety Manager; Supervisor; Team Leader

“To solve our skills shortages problem needs proper attention by the management. We need to free up time to focus on developing our people. And this pays off in less costs, better performance.”

Ground handling manager, GHI Skills Survey 2017

“Non-financial aspects play crucial role in developing and retaining skilled staff. We stress the importance of clear working career path, which every employee can follow. Plus, we provide additional benefits, which create and maintain the feeling of uniqueness of the ground handling job.”

Ground handling manager, GHI Skills Survey 2017