“I want my team to do better but I’m so maxed out I never have time to give them the feedback they need to help them reach their goals.”
Peak performance is the mission of every business organization today. Yet in a world where many teams find themselves trying to maximize productivity with declining resources, the pursuit of continual improvement often takes a back seat to pure survival. Many business people feel like they know their mission but suddenly find themselves flying at Mach 2, dodging bullets with no one to turn to for support.
As a United States Air Force fighter pilot, Anthony “AB” Bourke learned early in his career that the key to keeping individuals and organizations performing at their peak is a constant communication system where team members receive honest feedback on a regular basis delivered in a format that they expect. For fighter pilots, this feedback occurs after every single mission as part of a systematic ritual we call “The Debrief.”
The Debrief is a sacred learning environment where pilots of all ranks and experience levels meet as equals with the sole purpose of improving themselves and their team.