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S.E.A.L. AVIATION


better. We are going to handle anger and confl ict with less emotional reactivity. Obviously that makes for better managers and leaders.


But now we shift into how it aff ects the way in which we understand and create change. The conventional ways of creating change typically used sticks and carrots. We try and force and tell people to comply with what we want to do, with respect to our policies or behaviors or actions we want.


Conscious social change invokes mindfulness to address change from an entirely diff erent perspective. We start with understanding change from the inside out as we employ mindfulness in seeing how we deal with change in our day-to-day environment, how we grasp at it. We desperately want success, or we want those improved metrics, but we also avoid it. We have trouble adapting to diff erent environments. When we see how we go through that process, we


start to have a deeper level of understanding, empathy and compassion for those we are trying to change. This is critical in any sort of social impact work. First, it starts from that understanding of the human drivers of behavior. Then we work in diff erent ways rather than getting too attached to our own agenda or our own solution. We are more inclined to listen and open up to the radical wisdom that comes from unexpected sources. We collaborate in ways that allow us to diagnose issues more comprehensively and completely. We then understand and hear all views and needs and values. We discern collaboratively what is really going to work and be most eff ective, rather than create blame or use division to say they need to change their problem. We work in a way that is more comprehensive and collective in coming to a common vision, and the interventions, business models and products we choose to address that particular issue. Mindfulness changes the way in which we go through the entire social innovation process.


“Conscious social change invokes mindfulness to address change from an entirely diff erent perspective.”


Knowledge@Wharton: If company leaders follow a mindful approach, perhaps it will fi lter down to the employees. The organization as a whole will improve?


Steidle: You lead better as a manager who approaches things from a place of curiosity as opposed to judgment and blame. You are more likely to keep an open mind and grow with the things that are unfolding for you. That is


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TESTING By S.E.A.L Aviation


“The S.E.A.L Aviation NDT department emphasizes customer service and attention to detail with the highest quality and fastest turnaround times.”


S.E.A.L. AVIATION FEATURES Certified FAA/EASA Repair station


Citation NDT Program Approved


In house certified ASNT/NAS410 Level III Bilingual speaking staff – Se habla español!


WORLDWIDE 24/7 AOG DOOR TO DOOR SERVICE


S.E.A.L Aviation is a fully capable NDT lab specializing in the following inspection methods: RT – Radiographic PT – Liquid Penetrant MT – Magnetic Particle ET – Eddy Current


UT – Ultrasonic (Bond testing, Thickness evaluation) VT – Visual (Optical Prism)


S.E.A.L Aviation primarily focuses on but is not limited to: Hawker – 48/96 Month Inspections


Learjet – 12 Year, 12,000, 1,200 & 2,400 Hr. Inspections


Gulfstream – 24 Month Inspection Challenger – Wing Plank Inspections Citation – Phase/Dock Inspections


Westwind – 5 Year Flight control rod & assembly Inspection Falcon – Various tasks quoted as per request


S.E.A.L. Aviation 1011 N.W. 51ST. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33309 www.SEALaviation.com | 954-492-3522 | Sales@SEALaviation.com


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