Former fighter pilot turned keynote speaker, Pierre-Henri Chuet, has penned his first book, which draws a parallel between the methods aviators use and those applicable to our day-to-day lives and jobs.
Having clocked up 2,500 flying hours and 200 deck landings on board the Super-Etendard and Rafale aircraft, French-Canadian Pierre-Henri Chuet, AKA “Até”, has certainly earned his military aviation stripes. He has had a distinguished career and has trained as an airliner pilot, founding a company whose purpose is to encourage osmosis between the aviation sector and the world of business.
He is currently a renowned influencer with 20 million views on social media, via his ATE CHUET YouTube channel in particular, where he has posted over 200 conferences in English and French on adapting aviation methods to situations outside the context of aircraft, or rather “beyond the cockpit”, as his book is entitled.
For work life, Até applies the methods and techniques used in naval aviation, i.e., KISS (Keep It Short and Simple), brainstorming, briefing and also check-lists, among others.
For home life, Pierre-Henri Chuet recommends methods like self-briefing and self-debriefing, which encourage reflection on planned tasks, the means available and also on how to manage the unexpected. In short, this book is perfect for anyone wanting to find out how aerospace-inspired techniques can take them onwards and upwards. Given the author’s number of online followers in France alone, there will be a lot of takers!
Book. “Au-delà du cockpit”. Author: Pierre-Henri Chuet. Edition D. Brief (self-published). ISBN: 9798410764278.
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