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Sunday, 24 August 2014

Your experiences are useful in the outside world

Cabin crew, all is not lost according to "Snowy Beagle" if you'll learn and pick up experiences from your current job and apply them in the corporate world.

 Snowy Beagle said...

A cabin crew actually has some of the best opportunities to learn or develop EQ on the job.

Maintaining professionalism with the most difficult customers, learning to understand what kind of service are expected by the most successful people in the private sectors etc., these are experiences which would be valuable out in the corporate world.

If cabin crew learn to see what their job really entails beyond the checklist of their flight duties, they would realize what are the most valuable skills they can get from the jobs and which would be universally applicable.

I suspect Bohtong is one of those mastered these skills.

Successful companies don't want to employ people who can merely follow written instructions - they want people who can understand what is actually being delivered and ensure it is delivered even if it requires acting outside the written instructions.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Arghhh. Pui!!!

Anonymous said...

Do not be rude and stop spitting Moron!

5 years flying junior said...

Spit on the 2nd kpo post

Anonymous said...

5 years flying junior:

Hello to above, don't sabo me la bro..say good things never mind la , spit don't use my nick la...my reputation at stake bro haha

best regards
5 years flying junior

Anonymous said...

You cannot learn if there is nobody to point out the mistakes made in regards to people skills.

The person whom you are engaging with will react & respond but you need someone else to watch & listen to you in real time, to provide feedback.

Nobody on board has the time for that.
In the older days, some supervisors would voluntarily 'groom' a potential.
Aleem, PH, Ms Day, Lambert were some.

Too bad nowdays management cant be bothered to develop such skills... they never did. It was always voluntary, and that means taking risks as crew may not appreciate the manner in which the 'grooming' was delivered. That is why there is so much fractious relations.