JAL Flight Fire - Safety Briefing Saved Lives; Empathy! Concert on Jan 18th
2 Items in NOTES Today:
JAL Flight Fire - Safety Briefing Saved Lives:
When a Japan Airlines (JAL) plane collided with a coast guard aircraft and caught fire at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport on Jan. 2, five out of six people on the smaller plane died but everyone on JAL flight 516—367 passengers and 12 crew members—made it out safely.
It wasn’t luck. Everyone onboard the Japanese airliner—crew members and passengers—followed the process for a textbook 90-second evacuation. Because the public address system was damaged, flight attendants used megaphones to facilitate the escape.
Reportedly, no passengers on the JAP flight tried to take their carry-on luggage with them. JAL’s detailed safety video is very specific and different from other airlines. It showed the right and wrong way to evacuate. And, unlike some other airlines that have created big stars or humor filled messages, this one was serious, detailed and powerful.
Empathy! Concerts Return - Jan 18th at 3 PM on Zoom:
EMPATHY! Concert - January 18th - Elliott Masie & Telly Leung: Co-Hosts
We are pleased to restart our Empathy! Concert Series in 2024. Join learning and business colleagues from around the world for a one-hour, high-energy video concert & session focused on Empathy! for and with the workforce in these changing times.
This will be an uplifting and positive session, with conversations with Learning Leaders, plus a few special songs from Broadway and music stars.
* Telly Leung: Co-Host & Star of Aladdin, Allegiance & HBO's Warrior
* Courtney Reed: Currently starring as Satine in MOULIN ROUGE
* Dan Lauria: Wonder Years - and author of Just Another Day
* Wes D'Alelio: Tommy and Songwriter
* Elliott Masie: Co-Host, Chair - Masie Learning Foundation
Feel free to invite your learning colleagues and employees/managers from your organization! Reserve a space at: https://www.masie.com/empathy11824
Yours in Learning,
Chair, MASIE Learning Foundation
CEO, MASIE Productions