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Registration is now open for Graduate School USA’s complimentary viewcast that explores how the Federal Aviation Administration, Air Traffic Organization (ATO) used their Employee Engagement Captains Program to build a mission-ready team.

Using Employee Engagement as a Roadmap for Organizational Success
Federal Aviation Administration, Air Traffic Organization (ATO) Employee Engagement Captains
Thursday, June 20
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT

Imagine an organization responsible for the safety of over 2.5 million passengers, aboard more than 42,000 daily flights. Imagine that organization has an imperative to transition its major systems from ground-based to satellite-based communications and to introduce drones and commercial space travel while maintaining the safest air navigation system in the world. Now, imagine how much better this organization could deliver on its mission with a more engaged workforce fully tapping into discretionary effort.

A GSUSA 2018 Deming Award winning initiative, FAA’s program included rigorous training on industry best practices, communication practices, and teambuilding. By raising employee engagement to new levels, the organization fostered stronger relationships among different Service Units, as well as among employee associations, corporate human resources, and leadership.

This viewcast will explore the FAA ATO program and provide insights that other agencies may find useful as they strive to build a team that is mission-focused and well-prepared for the workforce challenges they face every day.

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