Episode 27: JV Venable – Breaking the Trust Barrier

Episode 27: JV Venable – Breaking the Trust Barrier

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Is there a secret to building trust? If anyone knows, it would be JV Venable, the author of Breaking the Trust Barrier: How Leaders Close the Gaps for High Performance. Venable led a team of fighter pilots – the ones from the school portrayed in the movie Top Gun – who flew their planes at 500 miles per hour while keeping them 2-3 feet apart. Discover his three step process for developing the kind of trust that keeps a team committed and loyal – and hear some great stories from his time in the air.

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Book: Breaking the Trust Barrier: How Leaders Close the Gaps for High Performance
Bio: JV Venable is a graduate of the USAF’s Fighter Weapons School (Top Gun) and has flown fighter aircraft all over the world. He has led individuals, teams and organizations as large as 1,100 people at the highest ends of performance and risk in both peacetime and in combat. Most notably was his time as the commander and demonstration leader of the US Air Force jet demonstration team, The Thunderbirds.


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