Teamwork and Employment in the Air Industry Analytical Essay by ndatshi

Looks at the dynamics involved in successful teamwork and the employment opportunities within the air transport industry.
# 145289 | 1,765 words | 11 sources | APA | 2010 | GB
Published on Nov 01, 2010 in Business (Industries) , Business (Human Resources) , Aviation, Aeronautics (General)


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Description:

This paper explains that effective teamwork is essential in the airline industry because of the need to maximize safety for the passengers and the staff. Next, the author relates the characteristics and demonstrates the process of good teamwork. The paper relates that air transportation is a recurring industry in which job opportunities fluctuate with the national economic conditions. This paper contains a table and an appendix with figures and tables.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Effective Teamwork
Characteristics of Effective Teamwork
Teamwork Imperative in the Airline Industry
Principal Findings
The Importance of Teamwork (Self-Reflection)
Employment Opportunities within the Air Transport Industry
Finding Aviation Jobs
Academic Leads
Professional Bodies and Networking
Employment Agencies
Three Examples of Jobs Requiring Teamwork Skills in the Air Transport Industry
Pilots
Flight Dispatcher
Meteorologist
Conclusions
Appendix: The Teamwork between the Airline Staff (Check-In) and the Airport Operator Staff (Security)
Appendix: Effectiveness of Teamwork
Appendix: Team Meeting Ground Rules (Code of Conduct)
Appendix: Team Work Skills Questionnaire

From the Paper:

"In summing up, the main reason to form a team is to accomplish a goal that cannot easily be achieved by just one person. People need to rely on each other sometimes and understanding that it is the start to a potentially great working relationship. When we all come together with one specific shared goal, success is that much easier to obtain. Taking the case of constructing Airbus A380 into consideration as stated in Airbus (2010), its components were built in from different countries namely U.K, Spain, and Germany and finally assembled in France."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Adair,J. (1992). Effective teambuilding, Aldershot, Gower.
  • Air transport action group (2009) [online]. Available from: http://www.atag.org/content/showstory2.asp?folderid=519&level1=1&level2=519& [accessed 01 December 2009].
  • Ashford,N. et al (1997) Airport operations, 2nd ed, New York, McGraw-hill.
  • Belbin,R.M.(2001) Team roles at work. Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann.
  • Collins, V.R. (2004) Working in aviation. Oxford, Vacation work.

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Teamwork and Employment in the Air Industry (2010, November 01) Retrieved October 05, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/teamwork-and-employment-in-the-air-industry-145289/

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