In this episode Dan Tipney from VetLed shares with us his insights into human performance gained from his perspective across multiple fields; formally as Team GB athlete, sports coach, pilot instructor, commercial pilot and human factors trainer. We explore the importance of curiosity and compassion and Dan shares with us his mental model for high performance and reminder to “mind the gap”.
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About Dan Tipney:
Dan’s role at VetLed primarily involves providing insights into human performance gained from his perspective across multiple fields; formally as a semi-professional athlete, sports coach, pilot instructor, cabin crew member and currently as a commercial pilot and human factors trainer.
Across all fields Dan has consistently observed positive change as a direct result of non-technical factors such as leadership, communication, wellbeing and in particular positive organisational culture.
He has written and delivered training courses to cabin crew and pilots, combining non-technical skills with systems and processes such as checklists and safety reporting. As such, the power of a just culture and the associated growth mindset forms the basis for much of his work.
Dan greatly enjoys developing his knowledge across a wide range of subjects which he believes contribute towards human performance. He has recently completed courses in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy, Positive Psychology and Process Communication Model.