Email Password Login Reset
Professional Women Controllers Inc
Join Now
Home Agency News

Maternity Leave

Jenn Lemmon 0 83 Article rating: No rating

Ever have questions about what paperwork you needed to file, what articles help give you guidance or just how to go about planning your Maternity Leave.

Taking a Cue from Oprah and Spielberg with an Internship to Kick Off a Career

Jenn Lemmon 0 77 Article rating: No rating

Many of the nation’s leaders began as interns in their chosen field. Mary Barra was a student intern at an automotive factory and 30 years later became CEO of General Motors. Oprah Winfrey interned at a local television station and now is a media mogul and television star. Steven Spielberg got invited to do a little work at Universal Studios as a teen-ager and became an Oscar-winning filmmaker.


Join PWC!

Jenn Lemmon 0 74 Article rating: No rating
As part of the National Employee Forum, PWC leadership meets on a quarterly basis with FAA Headquarters executives, including at times the FAA Administrator, to discuss policies and issues impacting FAA employees. This avenue keeps PWC at the forefront of change and provides an opportunity to dialogue on areas that can impact the interests of PWC membership.

ATSAP - A Decade Later

Jenn Lemmon 0 54 Article rating: No rating

Ten years ago, on July 19, 2008, the ATO received a report describing how an aircraft deviated off course and over its altitude restriction after departure from Chicago Midway. What was remarkable about this detailed explanation from an air traffic controller was that it was our very first ATSAP report!


Recognize Marvelous Work and Fantastic Colleagues

Jenn Lemmon 0 105 Article rating: No rating

As I visit facilities across the NAS to meet with many of you, I’m always so impressed with the breadth and quality of our people and our work. Everywhere I go, it’s easy to spot people who are leaders, going above and beyond their daily work to solve problems and make the ATO a better place to work.


Ask the GM - There's no crying in baseball

Jenn Lemmon 0 165 Article rating: No rating

I grew up with four brothers, and we all watched and played baseball in the summer. Over time, we realized that the game was much more than whether a batter could hit or a fielder could catch. The game had layers of strategy built in and even people who didn’t take the field were instrumental in a team’s fate. The team’s manager chooses the batting order of the players, selects a pitcher and decides when to bring in a reliever. He can focus on tackling the challenges of the daily operation while the team’s general manager focuses on broader strategies that impact the future like trading players and negotiating contracts.


Severe Weather

Jenn Lemmon 0 197 Article rating: No rating

None of us will forget any time soon the 2017 weather season. We experienced several fatal hurricanes, destructive wildfires and damaging storms that disrupted our airspace, our equipment and our people. We’re still recovering in some places.

As severe weather season begins again, I want to let you know about a few of the measures we are taking this year to leverage the lessons we learned and mitigate challenges next time they occur.


4th of July

Jenn Lemmon 0 1557 Article rating: No rating
As we celebrate, let’s be sure and reflect on the freedoms that we as Americans believe in, such as the right to free speech, free enterprise and the freedom to govern ourselves. 

ABC's

Jenn Lemmon 0 1588 Article rating: No rating

Tim Arel on ACUMEN, BASICS, and COMMUNICATION - the ABC's

LTL

SuperUser Account 0 1756 Article rating: No rating
No matter what your particular position is in the organization, you can influence those positive outcomes.   In other words, it’s about personal power, not positional power.  Personal power is what drives our strategic success in the key priority areas of safety risk mitigation, NextGen implementation, integrating new users, and shaping global aviation.  This kind of leadership at all levels requires us to positively influence the people we work with – our employees, our bosses, our co-workers and our customers.   
RSS