C4CS(TM) Launches First of Its Kind Communications Training

Strategic Communications Company Announces Lift Off of 'VIRTUALAVIATOR'



Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from C4CS

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. and MIAMI, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- C4CS(TM), a leading
 strategic communications firm, has launched a first of its kind communications
 training program, which puts executives at the controls of a Boeing 737
 training simulator used by commercial airline pilots.  "We are extremely
 excited about this cutting-edge approach to communication training," said
 C4CS(TM) managing partner, David Snepp.  "This unique program lifts an
 executive's arsenal of communication and management skills to a whole new
 level.  VIRTUALAVIATOR calls on the individual's physical abilities and
 response time, while also creating a scenario in which they need to make
 management decisions, and use excellent communication skills.  There are
 direct correlations to business management you simply won't experience
 anywhere else," said Snepp.
     With the introduction of VIRTUALAVIATOR, C4CS(TM) is spearheading an
 evolutionary approach in communication philosophy and practice, which centers
 on error management models used in the airline industry.  "Who better knows
 the value of clear, concise, and timely communication than airline pilots?"
 said Snepp.  "Through this once in a lifetime experience, we show executives
 how top-notch communications skills can translate into success for their
 companies," he added.
     VIRTUALAVIATOR training "takes flight" in Miami, Florida on May 21.  The
 daylong seminar, limited to four participants, includes highly interactive
 "Pre-Flight Briefings" on topics including error and risk management,
 effective communication skills and programs, and working as a team to manage
 potential problems in the workplace.
     Dianne L. Chase, C4CS(TM) Director of Training Services, will team up with
 Ryan Ratcliffe, an Instructor Pilot for a major U.S. airline, to take
 executives through the unique program, honing the participants' management,
 communication, and strategy skills.  "This one of a kind program will bring a
 new mind set to managers, helping them think in entirely new ways about the
 importance of communication skills in enhancing business performance," said
 Chase.
 
     C4CS(TM), based in Charlotte, NC, specializes in strategic communication,
 issue management, and training.  C4CS(TM) clients include Bank of America,
 Aventis CropScience, Inova Healthcare System, KoSa, Pratt & Whitney, and the
 USDA Forest Service.
     For more information and registration go to: http://www.virtualaviator.com
 or contact Luke Baker of C4CS, 877-503-2427.
 
 

SOURCE C4CS
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. and MIAMI, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- C4CS(TM), a leading
 strategic communications firm, has launched a first of its kind communications
 training program, which puts executives at the controls of a Boeing 737
 training simulator used by commercial airline pilots.  "We are extremely
 excited about this cutting-edge approach to communication training," said
 C4CS(TM) managing partner, David Snepp.  "This unique program lifts an
 executive's arsenal of communication and management skills to a whole new
 level.  VIRTUALAVIATOR calls on the individual's physical abilities and
 response time, while also creating a scenario in which they need to make
 management decisions, and use excellent communication skills.  There are
 direct correlations to business management you simply won't experience
 anywhere else," said Snepp.
     With the introduction of VIRTUALAVIATOR, C4CS(TM) is spearheading an
 evolutionary approach in communication philosophy and practice, which centers
 on error management models used in the airline industry.  "Who better knows
 the value of clear, concise, and timely communication than airline pilots?"
 said Snepp.  "Through this once in a lifetime experience, we show executives
 how top-notch communications skills can translate into success for their
 companies," he added.
     VIRTUALAVIATOR training "takes flight" in Miami, Florida on May 21.  The
 daylong seminar, limited to four participants, includes highly interactive
 "Pre-Flight Briefings" on topics including error and risk management,
 effective communication skills and programs, and working as a team to manage
 potential problems in the workplace.
     Dianne L. Chase, C4CS(TM) Director of Training Services, will team up with
 Ryan Ratcliffe, an Instructor Pilot for a major U.S. airline, to take
 executives through the unique program, honing the participants' management,
 communication, and strategy skills.  "This one of a kind program will bring a
 new mind set to managers, helping them think in entirely new ways about the
 importance of communication skills in enhancing business performance," said
 Chase.
 
     C4CS(TM), based in Charlotte, NC, specializes in strategic communication,
 issue management, and training.  C4CS(TM) clients include Bank of America,
 Aventis CropScience, Inova Healthcare System, KoSa, Pratt & Whitney, and the
 USDA Forest Service.
     For more information and registration go to: http://www.virtualaviator.com
 or contact Luke Baker of C4CS, 877-503-2427.
 
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