Is Failure an Option for Your Practice?

By NTSA Net Staff • December 05, 2017 • 0 Comments
Think you’re dealing with a stressful environment? It could be worse.

Astronaut Fred Haise knows something about stressful situations, based on his experience on Apollo 13.

Haise was slated to become the sixth human to walk on the Moon before circumstances interrupted that mission and created a life-and-death situation for the Apollo 13 astronauts.

At the NTSA Summit (Jan. 23-25) you’ll have a chance to hear from this American icon how competence, perseverance and leadership combine to assure ultimate victory under any circumstances.

Whether you are facing a crisis situation or a “regular” day in the office, you’ll learn about the tools necessary to cope with a variety of situations, the importance of control in communication and individual responsibility. For a man who began his career at the dawn of the technological age, success as a unit is intertwined with focused leadership, trust and values, motivation, and the ability to understand that there is no achievement without risk.

You’ll get more from the NTSA Summit than just networking, inside information and education.

You’ll gain insights from inspiring keynote speakers like Frank Haise.

The NTSA Summit — find out more and register today at http://ntsa403bsummit.org.

DNN Web Control Container