"Being a commercial airline pilot was my dream job ever since I was a young boy. When this job was taken away from me I wanted to make sure that I used my airline experience to help business owners through these difficult times"
Paul Green, Founder of The Cockpit Method
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"I am about to open that door for you and welcome you into the mindset of the commercial cockpit, teaching you the methods that I learnt in my training"
The commercial cockpit has always had a sense of mystery about it. As a young boy going on holiday with my parents I was always desperate to catch a glimpse inside the cockpit, to see what the pilots were doing. These were the days when we could visit the cockpit in flight, which added further to the mystery - what are all these buttons and switches and how do the pilots know what they all do? As I began my training to become a commercial pilot, all of these mysteries disappeared and I quickly became aware of a whole new world of methodical, systematic working practices that would shape me into the commercial airline pilot I am today. Now, whenever I fly I see the same look on the faces of the children, and many adults, that board my aircraft that I would have once had, the sheer wonder at what lies behind the cockpit door. I am about to open that door for you and welcome you into the mindset of the commercial cockpit, teaching you the methods that I learnt in my training that I carry with me every day, not only when I go flying but in my day to day life. I invite you to join me on a journey…
Welcome to The Cockpit Method
The Wellbeing Advocate
"Imagine flying along at 40,000ft when you find yourself in an emergency. You cannot remove the stressful factor"
In the commercial cockpit, it is not possible to practise every event you may encounter, however, you must be prepared for every event you may encounter - this also applies to wellbeing. At The Cockpit Method, we take lessons from aviation and apply them to businesses around the world. We empower you to take control of your own personal and professional wellbeing by using the same human factors training pilots receive and by implementing our very own wellbeing contract.
Imagine flying along at 40,000ft when you find yourself in an emergency. You cannot remove the stressful factor at that moment, neither can you remove yourself from that situation. You must have robust coping strategies to deal with anything that may happen to you in flight.
I have spent a lot of 2020 teaching NHS frontline workers how to use these strategies to improve their wellbeing and now I want to do the same for business owners.
The Decision Maker
"Over the course of my career as an airline pilot, I have been trained to make life or death decisions, the first time, every time."
I can think of a few times during my flying career where I have had to make a decision that could ultimately have had life or death consequences. Aviation is an industry where decisions are thoroughly thought through every day.
Over the course of my career as an airline pilot, I have been trained to make life or death decisions, the first time, every time.
Pilots are trained to use simple, methodical steps for every decision they make, whether it is in an emergency or how much fuel to take for each flight. These steps are immediately transferable to any industry ensuring that you also make the right decision the first time, every time.
Don't let pilots be the only ones who benefit from this...
WHAT PEOPLE SAY?
LEO, Virtual Host
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to you. I am a 40 + year alcoholic in recovery for almost nine years, and working as an Addiction Interdiction Recovery Coach since April 2017. The closing slide in the presentation compelled me to write to you. Risk management, decision making, communication and well being -- THAT IS SOBRIETY!
I had to unpack a lot of pain from my past
I have used the method about “what is different today?” every day. That has helped me focus and prioritise and get ready for my “battles”.
The one-to-one was useful because you showed me the methods not only by talking but by making me do an example. I think that was a very good point
The Cockpit Method provides an innovative, outstanding leadership framework from the perspective of modern aviation management and leadership that I believe will enhance the effectiveness of all school leaders and by doing so enrich the educational experience of their students. Implementing this leadership paradigm in my school will add enormous value to our work.
GAVIN, Hotel & Restaurant Partner
I had the pleasure of attending a seminar where Paul was presenting. Paul’s delivery was measured and reassuring. He was indeed the complete professional. His style, tone of voice and language were perfect for the occasion. Self assured he was completely at ease during the session and concisely dealt with all the issues raised by the group.
Paul is not only an experienced airline pilot but also a truly passionate entrepreneur. Through his company, The Cockpit Method, he is living his mission by providing you or your business with proven aviation solutions for making complex decisions. Especially in times of uncertainty and change, Paul and his team are eager to provide you with clarity, focus and execution on your most-pressing business' needs.