Personalized Coaching Sessions
In person / on-site sessions are personal and tailored according to the specific judgment scores for you or your group. Emphasis is placed on those areas where judgmental issues are most likely to occur, whether due to strength, weakness, or lack of balance.
Sessions are lively. Participants should be prepared for an open, honest dialogue, which at times, might be uncomfortable, but will be productive and beneficial. If there is any criticism offered, it will be entirely constructive, never personal, and always confidential, strictly for growth and success.
Judgmental issues specific to group dynamics will be identified and discussed.
Group services generally consist of a morning session for the entire group, followed by individual or sub-group interpretations during the afternoon, followed by a group wrap-up. Depending on group size, final wrap-up may be scheduled the next morning.
It is often helpful if participants share certain scores, although the sharing of scores is neither necessary, nor required, and no pressure will be directed toward any participant who does not wish to share their scores.
The Pilot Judgment® assessment must have been completed by all participants in advance of the on-site session.
Individual coaching sessions generally consist of a morning and afternoon session. The Pilot Judgment® assessment must have been completed in advance of the on-site session.
What You Can Expect
You can expect one of the most enlightening, informative, instructive, and beneficial experiences you have ever had. We will examine the structure of your evaluative judgment, your strengths and weaknesses, and ways to improve. With consideration given to your specific judgment tendencies, you will learn to make better decisions.
Groups will receive an in-depth analysis of group dynamics, areas of potential frustration, dysfunction, or “tunnel vision”, and what to do about it. Any group can expect to become a more cohesive, effective, efficient, and productive unit.
Individuals will receive an in-depth interpretation and analysis of judgment strengths and weaknesses, decision-making ability, valuing tendencies, and any surrounding issues that might enhance, or undermine, problem solving.
FAA Safety Seminars
CDR Hull is a frequent speaker on pilot safety for the FAA. Talks are given at various venues nationwide, and are typically announced on the FAA Safety Team website with 10-14 days notice. To stay informed of the talks and when Commander Hull may be speaking at an event near you, join our mailing list.
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The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is committed to providing equal access to this meeting/event for all participants. If you need alternative formats or services because of a disability, please communicate your request as soon as possible with the person in the ‘Contact Information’ area of the meeting/event notice. Note that two weeks is usually required to arrange services.
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What Our Clients Are Saying About Us
- I wish I had this when I was in charge of all US Navy personnel.Vice Admiral Gerald L. Hoewing, USN (Retired)
- I'm an old geezer, but Pilot Judgment was terrific. Glad I did it, I'd do it again.Albert MurphyWorld War II veteran
- Pilot Judgment has given me a far more accurate and objective means of self-inventory now.Sergeant First Class Greg Stube, USA Special Forces (Retired)
- AMAZING! You have to do this!Nora Norton
- I highly recommend Pilot Judgment to anyone. It will be one of the best things you ever do.CDR Tim Palma, USN (Retired)
- If you're looking for an edge, Pilot Judgment will help you find it.Commander Doug Cooper, USN (Retired)