£35.00 + VAT
This interactive on-line session will be led by one of our experienced facilitators.
During the session participants will investigate the difference between a ‘Just Culture’ and a ‘Blame Culture’, along with the benefits of the former. So, for example, a just culture helps create an environment where individuals feel free to report errors and help the organisation to learn from mistakes. This is in contrast to a “blame culture” where individual persons are penalised for making mistakes.
The session will be based on an open format with a discussion on the subject; however, each session takes on a life of its own, as all participants are encouraged to raise any issues which concern them, or which they have experienced on the line.
Participants are encouraged to prepare for the session in advance by considering any specific questions they might like to raise, and to think of any situations on the aircraft which have given rise to concerns or misunderstanding.
Of course, all sessions are completely confidential, and no details of conversations or discussions are retained by ITS.
Sessions will commence at 08.00 UTC, although they can be provided more conveniently on Local Time Zones. For more details about this please contact us on the form below.
The duration will vary as the sessions will be governed in part by the participants; however, it is expected this session will run from between 45-60 minutes.